4 Steps to an Easy Mango Dessert

4 Steps to an Easy Mango Dessert

11 May 2015 | 2 min Read

Umaima Abdulally

Author | 75 Articles

Mangoes are clearly not Nabeel’s favourite! Recently, I served him Aam ras (sweetened mango pulp popularly enjoyed as a dessert in India during the mango season) for the first time and he instantaneously showed excitement in savouring the “mango soup”….duh, both of us were disappointed 🙁 . He definitely prefers savoury over sweet and this new “sweet” dish let him down. Since then, mangoes have been chalked out of his food list.

On the other hand, Husband and I love mangoes and Nabeel’s disapproval of the same didn’t dissuade me from making this lip-smacking dessert which is made in a jiffy in 4 simple steps. The aromatic mango is paired with a sweet and subtle flavour of cardamom to bring out the best of both worlds. Do try it out.

I plan to come up with some more mango recipes and make the best of this season. And remember, Keep Calm and Eat Aam (mangoes) 🙂

4 Steps to an Easy Mango Dessert

This light milky dessert made using Alphonso mangoes is going to be the favourite thing to dish up this mango season!

Recipe can serve 3 to 4 dessert lovers 🙂

1. 3 Alphonso mangoes

2. 400ml milk

3. ½ cup cream

4. 1 cup vanilla ice cream

5. 3 tablespoons sugar (please adjust sugar quantity as per sweetness of the mangoes)

6. 1 teaspoon freshly ground cardamom powder / elaichi powder

7. Chocolate Chips for garnish

Step 1 – Peel 2 mangoes and cut into chunks.

Step 2 – Blend the cut mangoes, milk, cream, ice cream, sugar and cardamom powder till smooth.

Taste for sugar and cardamom. Add more, if required.

Step 3 – Peel & cut the 3rd mango into bite-sized pieces and add to the smooth mango based milk.

Step 4 – Chill for 2 hours and serve in a bowl, topped with chocolate chips.

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