Apr 19, 2012

Mango Masti


Mango, the king of fruits has finally made its appearance in our home.. Though not have been able to welcome “Hapus” , the king of mangoes we were blessed by presence of Payari Mango yesterday..



Payari is ideal choice for aam-ras and mango juices. The mango is one of the most versatile fruits, it can be pickled,made into jams and ice creams, make amazing desserts and can be even added to curries. 

 
             You can also call mango a superfruit, the one being appealing to look at and tasty is also full of nutrients and antioxidants that help fight disease and make you look young..

           “ A mango a day makes you look young forever”



                  Wanted to try something simple but different with mango pulp. Hence came up with an eggless dessert which is not only low cal but tasty and easy to make..

Ingredients:
  • 1 ½ cup mango puree
  • 1 1.2 cup milk
  • 4 tbsp fine sugar
  • 3 tbsp corn flour
  • mango slices
  • grated chocolate
Method:
  • Heat a large sauce pan over medium heat and add mango puree, 1 cup milk and sugar and cook for 4-5 min till all the sugar dissolves
  • Mix cornflour with remaining ½ cup of milk ensuring there are no lumps.
  • Stir in cornflour mixture in the sauce pan and cook for further 5 min, till the mixture starts thickening.
  • Now let the pudding cool.
  • Arrange few mango slices in serving glasses/ bowls.
  • Add the pudding to the glasses and top with some grated chocolate and cherry...
  • Chill the pudding for 3-4 hours..
  • Serves 6 

I also added some chopped mangoes to smaller cups for Neil, which he enjoyed throughly. I am so glad to know that he loves Mangoes.. The consistency is like a thick shake. To make it even more rich, you can substitute milk with cream.
Enjoy this Mango Masti with all you loved ones....


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