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Mango Cheese Cake / No Bake Mango Cheese Cake

Mango Cheese Cake / No Bake Mango Cheese Cake

Mango Cheese Cake is a rich, creamy dessert prepared with Mangoes. Mango cheese cake can be prepared in two forms, one with paneer and condensed milk whereas the other with milk, cream cheese and sugar. I have prepared this with paneer and condensed milk, as it was very easy and took less time to prepare.

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Mango Cheese Cake / Mango Cheese Cake with Condensed Milk

Usually I like cheese cakes, but thought it would be a big process to prepare and due to my laziness never tried it. But this time when my son’s birthday was nearing and on the other hand my mango mania – resulted in this process. The result was best and when my kids had this, my son wanted me to prepare it for his Birthday party ?

Mango cheese cake is an easy, simple and delicious dessert, also using condensed milk and cottage cheese/paneer saves time in the making and just takes 2 to 3 hrs to get chilled. Easy and simple dessert for parties, recently it was my son’s Birthday last Monday, I was requested to prepare around 40 mini cheese cakes by him. Let me share the recipe…

CLICK HERE for 15+ Mango recipes. Taking it to FiestaFriday#175 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

Ingredients:

  • Mango – 3 medium size (mangoes) or ½ kg
  • Grated Paneer – 250 gms
  • Condensed milk – 1 tin (quantity depends on the sweetness of the mangoes)
  • Agar-Agar – 15 gms or Gelatin – 5 to 6 tbsp
  • Water – ½ cup
  • Britannia Marie Biscuits or Milk Bikis – 15 to 20 nos
  • Butter – 5 tbsp

Preparation:

  • Bring the butter to room temperature, break the biscuits to pieces.
  • Take the broken biscuit pieces, cinnamon powder and butter in a mixier and grind it to a fine powder.
  • Transfer it to a bowl, mix it all together and keep it aside.
  • Boil ½ cup of water in a sauce pan, add the agar-agar or gelatin and stir well until it dissolves.
  • Remove it from fire once it dissolves, let it come to room temperature.
  • Peel and roughly chop the mangoes, meanwhile grate the paneer.
  • Blend mangoes and paneer together in blender by drizzling little water, to a fine paste.
  • Pour in the condensed milk and grind it well.
  • Pour the ground mixture to a mixing bowl.
  • Pour in the agar-agar or gelatin mixture to the ground mango and mix it well.
  • Take baking tray, add the biscuit mixture, make it as a bed on the tray.
  • Pour the ground mixture over the biscuit layer.
  • Refrigerate for 2 to 3 hrs.

Slice and serve chilled by topping it with finely chopped mangoes and cherries.

 

Madraasi featured in Deccan Herald for Mango Mania

Madraasi featured in Deccan Herald for Mango Mania

Life is full of ups and downs and so you can’t expect what is going to happen the other second, but all is you should and try to take everything positive, so that you can move forward. But when all happens to be too bad, there will something happening right (unexpected) to boost you and that is what happened to me right know – It was yesterday I Got Featured in Bangalore’s Top Daily Magazine – Deccan Herald for my Mango Mania ?

CLICK HERE for 15+ mango recipes (both raw mango and ripe mangoes), still few more to be uploaded.

Usually I don’t believe in luck (coz it never ever works out for me ?), but the only thing I hardly believe if my hard work and passion. Being a moody person, there are few things that I must want when before I start to work, the cleanliness of the workspace and its surroundings, perfect mood, confidence and all the most my passion, love for the work – this is the only reason for most of my happenings.

Feeling very happy to share this with you all. Thanks for your support and encourgament, also do follow me in my Instagram – ImMadraasi (I share my regular stuffs like lunchbox, at times dinner, fun at home) and subscribe with me in my youtube channel – Madraasi.

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Madraasi Featured in Deccan Herald for Mango Mania

Nungu Sharbhat / Ice-Apple cooler / Toddy Palm Cooler – Summer Recipes

Nungu Sharbhat / Ice-Apple cooler / Toddy Palm Cooler – Summer Recipes

Recently during our trip to Kanyakumari, after a long walk and site seeing, we wanted to have something refreshing and thought of having soda, but the shopkeeper recommended us to have their nungu sharbhat.

Also do check out my Nungu Milkshake, Nungu Payasam (kheer) with Video, Nungu Crumble prepared by my son, Pistachios Nungu Mousse.

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Nungu Sharbhat / Ice-Apple cooler / Toddy Palm Cooler – Summer Recipes

Nungu Sharbhat is a natural coolant, which refreshes people during summer and also helps in digestion after a long day work. Also it’s very tasty and healthy to have, as nungu is a seasonal fruit and summer is about to go, give a try to this nungu sharbhat as soon as possible. I have prepared two versions of this sharbath both with soda/sparkling water and the regular one.

Taking it to Fiesta Friday #173 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

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Ingredients:

  • Nungu (hard – 4 no’s, soft – 3 no’s) – 7 no’s
  • Nannari / Sarsaparilla Syrup – 5 tbsp
  • Lemon juice – 3 tbsp
  • Sugar (optional) – 3 tsp
  • Sabja / Falooda seeds – 4 tbsp

Making of Nungu Sharbath / Ice-Apple cooler / Toddy palm cooler –

Preparation:

  • Soak falooda/sabja seeds in water for 20 mins.
  • Peel the hard nungu’s and grind it to fine paste by sprinkling little water.
  • Peel and finely chop the soft nungu’s to fine pieces and keep it aside for topping.
  • For regular version – Take a glass, add 2 to 3 tsps of nungu paste, pour 2 tbsp of nannari syrup, a tbsp of lemon juice and water. Mix it well, so that the nungu paste blends well with the juice, add a tbsp of soaked sabja / falooda seeds. Top it with finely chopped nungu pieces, refrigerate and serve chilled.
  • For Soda version – Take a glass, add 2 to 3 tsps of nungu paste, pour 2 tbsp of nannari syrup, a tbsp of lemon juice and sparkling water. Mix it well, so that the nungu paste blends well with the juice, add a tbsp of soaked sabja / falooda seeds. Top it with finely chopped nungu pieces and serve chilled.