We love desserts. It simply defies age, mood, and time. Everybody has a way or a sweet dish to indulge in.
Now eating dessert does not intend you have little or no self-control. It only indicates that you have a good insight into what you want (sometimes it is simply a sinful blueberry cheesecake) and that you have what it feels to acknowledge these cravings.
And to further imply on how important it is to give in to the dessert craving I have compiled a list for you as to why you should have desserts.
- It simply puts you in a good mood. Nothing can give you more pleasure than biting into your favorite pudding or pie, it is vital to your well being!
- Researchers at the Tel Aviv University’s Wolfson Medical Centre have insisted that consuming desserts for breakfast can assist non-diabetic obese people to lower their weight.
- Learn to share and care through making desserts and sharing with your loved ones guarantees satisfaction with the goal of consuming low calories.
Today’s recipe is dedicated to summery vibes and making the post of the season while it lasts. Presenting to you the very delectable, silky and soft Mango Pudding. Since it relies on mango for its sweetness and little use of sugar makes it a great indulgence
Let’s get started with the recipe!
Mango Pudding Recipe and Text Recipe Below
- 500ml Milk
- 1 Cup Thick Mango Puree
- 1/3 Cup Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Corn Flour
- 4 Cardamom
- 1 tsp Vanilla essence
- In a steel-vessel pour in 300 ml of milk and cook it on low flame.
- Add cardamom, sugar, vanilla essence.
- Let the milk come to a boil on low flame.
- Next, in the container with 200 ml milk, add corn flour and whisk it properly to avoid any lumps.
- Add mango pulp and mix well.
- Now pour the mixture from step 4 & 5 into the steel vessel stirring simultaneously.
- Cook on low flame continuously stirring to avoid it from sticking to the base. When you achieve the desired consistency switch off the flame.
- Now grease two small bowls or molds with butter, add pudding to these bowls.
- Tap the bottom of the bowls to release air bubbles if any.
- Bring it to room temperature first and then refrigerate it.
- One it is chilled, flip it over onto a plate and serve.
Serve it and dig into the silky textures and everybody is going to absolutely enjoy it. Do make it your kitchen and let me know your experience in the comments below.
Siddhi Panchal is a food blogger at CookingwithSiddhi and food aficionado who loves to cook. Her cooking skills cover a range of Indian and international cuisines. Her aim is to enable other food enthusiasts explore their love for food by helping them cook delectable dishes from India and around the world.