M for Mango Leather under Street Food / Misc. I remember some street hawker who used to sell this on our street which was totally forbidden for us. So it made it even more sweet or me when my aunt used to offer it to me when I visited her. 

Much later this Mamidi thaandra (as we call it in Telugu) was commercially packaged and sold in stores. But the thrill of eating it when the hawker comes to your door step is totally on a different plane, right??

So as soon as I saw various versions of this mango leather floating in the Blogosphere, I was tempted to make it. But the fat that it needed 3-4 hours of oven time put me off for quite some time and moreover I was not sure if my kids would like it. But then I made a small batch the other day and I hardly had a few strips left for the photo shoot!

The next time I shall make thicker ones but then it would take much longer in the oven ..lets see what can be done..any ideas??

Ingredients - 

*Mango Pulp 1 cup (I used canned sweetened pulp)
Honey 1 Tbsp (or as needed) or sugar for a vegan version
Lime/Lemon Juice 1 tsp (or as needed)

*If using fresh mangoes, cube the pieces, puree and strain. Add as much sweetener as needed.

Method Of Preparation -

Preheat the oven at the lowest temperature. I preheated it at 175 °F.

In a bowl add all ingredients and mix well.

In a parchment paper lined baking tray, pour the mixture evenly into a thin layer.

Bake it for 3-4 hours, keeping an eye every 30 min after 2 hours. It is done when the top layer is firm to touch.

Let it cool, peel it off and cut as desired. I cut them into 3 long rectangles of 1 1/2 - 2 inches in width and rolled them into logs.

Wrap in plastic covers/parchment paper and store in an airtight container. It should stay good for a week. (We finished it in 2 days) .




Logo courtesy : Preeti

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Preparation Time 5 min + Baking time 4 hours
Makes 3 rolls
Posted by Harini R on Monday, September 16, 2013

20 comments

  1. Priya Suresh Says:
  2. I always want to make fruit leathers like this,still they are in my to do list, they came out prefectly, love that u prepared this leather with canned mango pulp.

     
  3. I am a great fan of fruit leather and you have made them so perfect dear :) just tempting me !! :)

     
  4. divya Says:
  5. wow....looks sooo perfect n very tempting...

     
  6. Pavani N Says:
  7. What a coincidence, I was just talking to my mom about mamidi thaandra and here I see the recipe. Will definitely try this out sometime.

     
  8. Love them..I remember mom making these in sun...times have changed. .and we can get the instant version by baking. Lovely and delicious strips. .baking for hours has put me off the recipe too..

     
  9. Wow this is one of my favorite n u have just made it so perfect

     
  10. Sapana Behl Says:
  11. Wow ! You have tried it at home ..so cool.
    I love these leathers and call them Aam papad here..

     
  12. Padmajha PJ Says:
  13. I loved this as a child.I remember eating something similar from the store.I don't remember the name but this post really made me walk down the memory lane.

     
  14. your's came out perfectly...I have not dared to make these til now...

     
  15. Srivalli Says:
  16. Looks so good Harini. I remember eating this when we visit our granny's place..though I never particularly liked it..though I am sure my kids would love it..

     
  17. I remember these when I was a child. Here they are called fruit roll ups. I haven't had in so many many years. Much be so delicious with mango flavor.

     
  18. I haven't tried making this. It is looking good and sounds easy too...

     
  19. rajani Says:
  20. Its come out perfect Harini...but canot imagine baking for 3-4 hours..

     
  21. Lovely looking aampaapad/aambaa poli as we call it.

     
  22. Suma Gandlur Says:
  23. Wow, Harini thanks for this post.
    I got some aam ke papad from Amritsar during my India visit.

     
  24. u took 2 days, i will finish this beauty in 2 mins...wonderful recipe, bookmarking and waiting for next mango season

     
  25. Preeti Garg Says:
  26. I love this .. we call this aam papad. mouthwatering.

     
  27. OMG!!! this is looking super delicious and super simple... bookmarking it!!

    Sowmya

     
  28. Never knew that we could make this at home....looks so yumm

     
  29. This is great. I love the colour that the leather has. Must try it out.

     
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