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Mamidi tandra is made of
A. Raw mango
B. Ripe mango
C. Mango leaf
D. Mango seeds

Last updated date: 13th Jun 2024
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Hint: Mamidi tandra also known as a Aam Papad can be consumed in any season as it can be preserved for a long period of time. It is a mixture of mango pulp and concentrated sugar solution.

Complete Answer:
Mamidi tandra is an Indian fruit leather made out of mango pulp mixed with concentrated sugar solution and sun dried. It is also called amba sadha (Odia), Aamta (Assamese), amawat (Hindi) etc. Traditional Aam Papad is sweet, although it is available in different varieties. It can be preserved for months making it popular in the off season of mangoes.

Now, let us find the solution from the option.
- Things made from raw mangoes are pickle, chutney, amchoor.
- Mamidi Tandra is also known as Aam papad in India. It is the tastiest thing which is produced from ripe mangoes it needs four weeks of making. Things made from ripe mangoes are - juice, jams, jellies, mamidi tandra, chikky.
 - Mango leaves are used for medicinal purposes; these are also used for crafting purposes.
 - Mango seeds are used for crafting paper, feathers and making glue etc.

Thus, the correct option is B. i.e. Ripe mango.

Note: Mango pulp is mixed with potassium metabisulfite and spread on trays to dry in the sun. After the first layer dries, another layer is spread over it and allowed to dry. The method is continuous till the expected density is obtained. The density is different relying on the quality of mango pulp used. When this density is obtained the aam papad is separated into pieces and covered in oiled paper or into other packages.