Mango Pudding

Mango Pudding

By NamakShamak
  • Serves: 2
  • Prep Time: 15 Minute
  • Cooking:
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Mango pudding is a very popular Dim Sum dessert , famous in China , Thailand , Singapore , Malaysia , though , its surprising to know that the dessert has its origin in India.. Traditionally made with mango pulp sugar and milk , this dessert now  incorporates gelatine and at times coconut milk for enhanced flavours and textures.For me , its the most simple gourmet dessert made with a handful ingredients. Made with the best quality Alphonso Mangoes, this dessert is a sure winner. And can be made in advance, especially when you have guests coming over.



  1. Dissolve the gelatine in 1/4 cup hot but not boiling water,stirring continuously.Now add vanilla ice cream to the gelatine mixture and fold gently till the ice cream melts and mixes with the gelatine mix. Now add this mixture to the mango pulp and fo
  2. Add sugar and condensed milk and mix. Take individual serving glass bowls , and rinse them with warm water and add some cubes of mango in each bowl. Fill the bowls with mango pulp mix and add some more mango cubes to it. Let the mixture set for 15 -

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