Friday, 28 October 2011

Mango & Milk Pudding



This Mango & Milk Pudding is very easy to prepare. A simple dessert that we can prepare by keeping the rich flavour of mango in it. 




Ingredients

3 cups pureed mangoes
1 cup condensed milk
2 tbspn unflavored gelatin
¾ cup sugar
1 cup hot water

Method

Add gelatin & sugar to hot water & mix well.
Easiest method is , first mix sugar & gelatin together. Then dissolve this sugar & gelatin mix using hot water.
Now gelatin & sugar is dissolved in water, & keep aside.

In a bowl mix mango puree & evaporated milk together.
Then add gelatin mix to it & mix well.

Pour this mixture into a mould or a bowl or few serving bowls, chill until it is set.
It will take about 3 hrs to set completely.


If you want to remove the pudding from the mould or bowl, first dip the bowl in hot water slightly, then turn it into a plate.


Garnish with some mango slices or fruit.
Serve & enjoy!!



Shared with Church Supper #16

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Link with all Monday Events 02/01/2012


Link with Mango Mania 99

26 comments:

  1. The pudding looks so so delicious...Happy Diwali.....

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  2. super tempting pudding,Amy!!

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  3. Lovely pudding. Sounds delicious.

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  4. Just drooling over that super tempting pudding..

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  5. wow, yum yum pudding, love the clicks and presentation..

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  6. looks delicious, nice clicks!

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  7. Pudding looks delicious... yummy..

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  8. pudding looks delicious ...........

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  9. First time here - love your blog and the mango pudding

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  10. Thanks a lot friends for all these nice comments.....

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  11. This looks delicious and so pretty. I've noticed you cook w/ mangoes a lot. Are they in abundance in Sri Lanka? Thanks for sharing at Church Supper. Have a great week!

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  12. Thanks Krista,yes In Sri Lanka,it is abundance.We love its taste.Anyway currently I am residing in Singapore,but when I see Mangoes,I dont think twice to buy them :)

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  13. Thanks for linking to my event!!!
    This looks Delicious.

    Ongoing Events:
    Foodies Nest
    Milk Shake~Event
    Friday Special~Week1

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  14. Mangoes are my favorite fruit. Your pictures are making my mouth water! I'm sure that tastes delicious. New follower.

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  15. Sounds and looks great,Thanks for linking up to Creative Mondays :)

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  16. Totally different. Such a unique twist on the mango. So glad you shared this on Motivated Monday at BeColorful
    Pam

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  17. That is so cool! I had no idea you could make this with mango and it looks pretty too! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Delicious Amy, i got my answer for eggless pudding, thanks for linking

    Pradnya
    http://pumpkinfarmfood.blogspot.in/2012/03/99-day-festival-mango-mania-event-2012.html

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  19. Love the pudding Amy, gonna try soon.
    Easy to make and i'm sure guests are gonna go gaga over it.

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  20. hi there from Paris, France :-)

    this simple recipe looks gorgeous, but I am a vegetarian and won't eat gelatin...

    anyone could tell me how many grams of agar agar are equal to 2 tbspn of gelatin ? (or correct qty so that it be slightly jellied like we prefer over here whereas anglo-saxons generally prefer thicker jellies ^^) ???

    thanks and hugs to all, life is beautiful whatever :)

    Pierre

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    1. Hi,
      Thanks for the comment.
      I found that gelatin can be substituted with Agar Agar of equal amount.That is, 2 tbspn Agar Agar replaces 2 tbspn gelatin.
      Hope you will prepare this pudding and enjoy it.
      Have a nice day!
      Amy

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  21. thanks for thé quick answer


    I use agar agar powder, which is pure... considering that 2grams only of agar agar make a thick jelly with half a litter of liquid like water or milk, I am very much afraid that 2tbspns would make concrete hahahaha

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    1. oh! :) Anyway just check the package directions before using it... :)

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