Fajeto - Spiced Gujarati Mango Beverage

How to make Fajeto | Fajeto is an authentic Gujarati beverage that is prepared with ripe mango pulp, yogurt and topped with an aromatic tempering.

Fajeto is an authentic Gujarati beverage that is prepared with ripe mango pulp, yogurt and topped with an aromatic tempering.

Usually, Fajeto is prepared during the summer season and served the end of a meal to help calm down the stomach after a spicy meal in a Gujarati household. Basically, this recipe was invented to save the waste anything from the mango as mango is an expensive fruit so really you want to make sure that you don't waste any part of it.

For Gujaratis Mango is just not the fruit, it's an emotion.  We love mangoes handle it with so much care. I have numerous memories of those summer holidays which I spent in India while growing up.  When there were no mixer or blenders entered our homes in India, the older generation had their own technic to juice the mangoes. yes, most of the Gujarati families enjoy keri No ( Mango) ras ( ras translates pulp).

Fajeto is an authentic Gujarati beverage that is prepared with ripe mango pulp, yogurt and topped with an aromatic tempering.

More Mango recipes:- Mango & Coconut Tapioca Pudding | Mango and Mixed Nuts Eggless Biscotti | Coconut, cardamom and Mango Buckwheat porridge | Badami Methi Mango Paneer | Gujarati Mango kadhi

Fajeto is an authentic Gujarati beverage that is prepared with ripe mango pulp, yogurt and topped with an aromatic tempering.

Fajeto, made with mango pulp, nowadays you can prepare from the readymade mango pulp too, but in that old age it was made from the Mango skin and seeds which were already squeezed out then washed them in the water..added some spices, sweetener such as jaggery or sugar and yogurt, then very mild tempering added on the top. So how do I make fajeto, do I use all those mango skins and seeds in the water, no I use fresh Mango pulp which I prepare in a mixer or blender then thin it out with the water and prepare it.


If you can't find fresh mango, use canned mango pulp.

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  • 1 cup mango pulp thick
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup beaten mild yogurt
  • salt to taste
  • 1/2 tsp. crushed green chillies and ginger
  • 2 Tbsp. sugar or jaggery
  • Pinch hing ( asafoetida ) 
  • Pinch Dry ginger powder ( Soonth no powder )
  • 1 tsp. oil
  • Pinch mustard seeds
  • Dried red chilli
  • Few curry leaves
  • Fresh coriander leaves for garnishing

In a big saucepan mix mango pulp, water, salt, jaggery and crushed chilli ginger.
Heat this mixture on a medium heat for 4-5 minutes.
Turn off the heat and leave it to cool for a bit.
Then add beaten yogurt and mix well.
Now prepare the tempering by heating oil in a small pan, add mustard seeds, hing, curry leaves and dried red chilli. Once it crackles add it into the prepared fajeto.
Add dried ginger powder, mix well and let it cool at the room temperature.
Serve in a glass, garnish it with the coriander leaves.


  1. I love anything and everything made with mango.. too good.

    1. Thanks Shobha, I too love mango and mango dishes.

  2. First time encountering this recipe. The combination of spices and mango pulp. Sounds so interesting. Thanks for sharing :)

    1. Thanks Malini, glad you like this recipe.

  3. Hi Jagruti, I am touched by your this post. Yes, there are people who always stay special in our heart.
    This is new for me. Seeing the title, Fisrt I thought it's some continental dish.
    I can feel the sweet, spicy and tangy fajeta. And I can see your happiness with this glass in your hand.

    1. Thanks Nive, you know me so well don't you :) yep, whenever I have fajeto I thought of 'Jasi Baa'

  4. First of all, gorgeous clicks as usual!! I love the combo of mangoes with spices...especially chillies! Beautiful share!

  5. Very touchy post dear. So true , some people leaves such good impression on our heart.
    Fajeto , love it. Beautiful clicks..

  6. You say mango any day, I'm in...this drink looks droolworthy and love to try it out

  7. Wow, the humble fajeto looks so exotic, love the presentation!!

  8. The drink sounds so unique with tempering on top and so flavourful! That's a lovely new recipe I've learnt today for a mango drink.

  9. Sometimes, certain dishes are associated with the memory of some special persons or moments. Wherever we make them, memories come alive. Nice to read your post and everything about Fajeto and Jasi Bai. This combo of sweet and spicy must be wondrous

  10. Loved reading your post Jagruti..coming to the dish , I have never had a chance to taste Fajeto..but your pics makes me crave for it..simple recipe but full of flavors !

  11. Reading this post I too went in my old days. Beautiful writeup with memories. Now for the recipe I find it very interesting, will try for sure, mango juice with such spices surely gonna taste great.

  12. I have never tried Fajeto and always thought it was mango kadhi. Love reading your nostalgic memories and the pics takes it to a whole new kevel.


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