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Mango Pudding

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When there was more and more mangoes, I love to try out some delicious recipes with those. This time it was Mango pudding. Just like that whenever I get irritated with something may be people, things, so and so, I enter kitchen and try to innovative a dish which struck my mind at that time. Got to prepare this on Last Friday night, which resulted with the smell of mango all over the kitchen.

Mango Pudding was heavenly, delicious with perfect texture and flavor. It would say this would be the favorite for everyone right from kids till the elder ones. Let me share the recipe…

Taking this to Fiesta Friday #124 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

Ingredients:

  • Mangoes – 2 nos
  • Egg yolks – 3 nos
  • Sugar – 5 tbsp
  • Milk – 1 ½ cups
  • Saffron – few strands

Preparation:

  • Peel and roughly chop the mangoes into pieces.
  • Take the egg yolks to a wide mouth bowl, beat it well.
  • Boil the milk with 4 tbsp of sugar, remove it from the fire, keep it aside and bring it to room temperature.
  • Now pour in the milk to the egg yolks and mix it well.
  • Pour it the mixture to the heavy bottomed kadai, keep in medium flame and keep on stirring until it thickens. Remove from fire, leave it aside and bring it to room temperature.
  • Blend the mangoes together to a fine paste, pour in the milk mixture to the mango paste, and stir it well. Whip it for few seconds.
  • Take 3 to 4 bowls, add in 2 strands of saffron, few pieces of finely chopped mangoes and then pour in the bowls.
  • Steam it in a steamer for almost 30 mins or until the spoon pierced in the center comes out clean.
  • Transfer it to a plate.

Serve at room temperature or refrigerate for 30 mins and serve chilled.

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Mango Squash

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Mango is known as the “King of Fruits”, even though most of us hates summer there is a reason where everyone expects for summer – It’s none other than these Mangoes. Not only kids, most of us love mangoes because of its sweetness. As its seasonal fruit and we get only on summers, we can prepare squash, jam, chutney and refrigerate it for our future use.

Mango squash is a golden, pulpy and sweet liquid prepared very easily at our home. The only thing here is refrigerate them in a sterilized bottle and store them for long life. Let me share the recipe…

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Mango Squash

Mango Squash

Ingredients:

  • Mangoes – 2 nos (medium size)
  • Sugar – 5 tbsp
  • Lemon juice – 2 tbsp.

Preparation:

  • Peel and chop the mangoes roughly to small pieces.
  • Blend them well to a fine paste with ¼ cup of water.
  • Bring a litre of water to boil in a sauce pan.
  • Add in the sugar, stir well until it dissolves and cook for 10 mins.
  • Pour in the lemon juice and cook in medium flame for 10 mins.
  • Meanwhile, filter the mango juice in a bowl.
  • Pour in the mango juice and cook in medium flame for 15 mins or until it reaches thick or squash consistency.
  • Remove from the fire, leave it aside and bring it to room temperature.
  • Transfer the squash to a sterilized bottle and refrigerate for months.

How to serve: Mix equal quantity of squash and chilled water and serve chilled or Soak 1 tsp falooda seeds or sharbhat seeds in ½ cup of water and top it with the juice (squash mixed with water) and serve chilled.

Mango Poori

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I would say that now I am going mango maniac, who doesn’t love Mangoes – King of Fruits. Even though it’s very hot in summer, these mangoes are the only reason I like summer. Usually my kids like poori to the core and they want me to try it with mangoes and so here comes my today’s brekkie – Mango Poori. Let me share the recipe…

Taking it to the fiesta Friday #120 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

Ingredients:

  • Mango – 1 no
  • Wheat flour – 1 cup
  • Salt – ½ tsp
  • Sugar – 2 tsp (optional)
  • Oil – for deep frying

Preparation:

  • Peel, chop the mangoes. Take it in a blender and grind them to a fine paste with 2 tsp of sugar by sprinkling little water.
  • In a wide mouth bowl, take the wheat flour, salt, pour in ¼ cup of grounded mango pulp and mix them well with your hands.
  • Roll them all together to a big ball, if needed you can add in mango pulp few more while rolling.
  • Pour in a tsp of oil and roll them over the oil, let it rest for 5 mins.
  • Divide the dough to small portions and flatten them using rolling pin.
  • Heat oil in a kadai, when the oil is hot, gently drop in the flatten dough and cook both sides until they turn golden brown.
  • Drain the oil and transfer to a plate.

Serve hot. Goes out well as breakfast or tea time snack. We had it for breakfast with Mango Chutney and Mango Pulp.