May 05, 2009


The summer here is very severe this year and with the onset of Agni Natchathiram the mercury touched 40 C yesterday .Food has taken its backseat and more of cooled preparation is voted for.The mango season is also in its full swing and mango recipes too.I tried this mango pudding without egg and milkmaid for the first time and was really happy with the result.It would be my entry for some blog events this month.

Ripe mango pulp-1 cup
Milk-1/2 litre +1/4 cup
Sugar-1/4 cup
Cornflour-3 tbsp
Gelatin-4 tsp

Boil milk with sugar
Dissolve the cornflour in 1/4 cup milk
Simmer and add to the boiling milk
Stir till it thickens
Soak gelatin in hot water for 5 min
Dissolve it in double boiler completely
Add to the thickened milk and stir for 5 min
Remove and allow to cool
Now add the blended mango pulp to the cooled mixture and mix well
Pour in a pudding mould
Refrigerate for min 2-3 hours/till it sets
Loosen the sides with a blunt knife
Take a bowl/plate,place on the mould and invert it
Shake the bowl a little so that the pudding settles on the plate
Remove the mould and serve with cut mango pieces


Parita said...

Mango pudding looks delicious

Divya Kudua said...

Delicious pudding..and it looks so pretty!!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow looks very yummy and tempting... I wanted to make this, havent made it yet, shall take your recipe...

Poornima Nair said...

Thats come out perfect. The pudding looks really delicious and tempting.

Bharathy said...

Renuka I should say your pics are improving!....great work!...keep it up!!!Lovely lovely recipes...
Blogging daily..still???!!!!;)

Malar Gandhi said...

Looks so delicious...nice one. Love ur kool!:)