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Ingredients: Mango - 1 small size(should yield 100g. pulp) Vanilla custard powder-15g Sugar - 50g Milk - 240ml Cherries or nuts or choco chips - As required for garnishing Instructions: 1. Peel off the skin from the mango and take the flesh. Discard the seed. Grind it in a mixie and make a smooth paste. If the mango is not sweet, add required sugar while grinding. Place the mango pulp in the bottom of the dessert glasses. Refrigerate them till we get ready with the vanilla layer. Refrigerate the remaining pulp too for later use. 2. Take 30ml boiled milk…

MANGO CUSTARD PUDDING

MANGO CUSTARD PUDDING

MANGO CUSTARD PUDDING BY Samar Sahu kitchen of odisha

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Ingredients:
Mango – 1 small size(should yield 100g. pulp)
Vanilla custard powder-15g
Sugar – 50g
Milk – 240ml
Cherries or nuts or choco chips – As required for garnishing
Instructions:
1. Peel off the skin from the mango and take the flesh. Discard the seed. Grind it in a mixie and make a smooth paste. If the mango is not sweet, add required sugar while grinding. Place the mango pulp in the bottom of the dessert glasses. Refrigerate them till we get ready with the vanilla layer.
Refrigerate the remaining pulp too for later use.
2. Take 30ml boiled milk in a bowl. Add the custard powder and sugar to the bowl. Mix well and make sure that there are no lumps. Heat the remaining 210 ml milk. Add the milk and custard mixture to the boiling milk. Mix well till the mixture gets thickened. Do it in low flame and ensure that there are no lumps formed. Stir it continuously. Once the mixture is thickened, switch off the flame and allow itto cool.
3. Take out the refrigerated dessert glasses and pour the custard mixture and spread it evenly. Refrigerate the glasses again for another 30 minutes and pour the remaining mango pulp again till the brim of the glasses. Refrigerate again at least for 30 minutes

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