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Mango Pudding



A popular restaurant in Ipoh has recently introduced Mango Pudding as dessert in their menu.  It has received very encouraging response from its customers.  This dessert has to be pre-ordered as it's not readily available daily.  Much depends on the availability and quality of this tropical fruit from their suppliers.

This is my second attempt as the first time, the pudding didn't set at all even after being chilled overnight.  Fortunately, I stumbled upon this recipe from  redcook  and I'm very satisfied with the result.  I tweaked it somewhat and substituted evaporated milk with soymilk.










Recipe for Mango Pudding

Ingredients
1 cup hot water
1 cup evaporated milk/soymilk  ( I used this)
3/4 oz gelatine
1.1/2 cups mango puree
(from 2 to 3 medium size mangoes)
2 oz granulated sugar
1/4 cup fresh mangoes  -  optional
(cut into 1/4 inch cubes)

Preparation
Skin the mango, cut the flesh about 1 inch sq.
put in blender to puree
Heat up the cup of water
sprinkle in gelatine, let stand for 3 mins.
Add in sugar and stir till dissolved
Add evaporated milk/soymilk, stir
Add mango puree and stir well
Strain the mango mixture into ramekin
Discard the residue
Chill overnight
Serve as it is or with fruits as desired

To unmould
Submerge moulds in hot water for about 30 secs.
Turn moulds over and unmould out onto a shallow dish
Serve

Comments

  1. Simple and delicious, I love the picks great job:)

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  2. ohhh!! looks great and fresh fruits. yummoo

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  3. Hi
    Laura
    Yes it's very refreshing, especially on a hot day.

    Penny
    Thanks. It's yummy.

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  4. Looks yummy and refreshing. Nice pics too!

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  5. Hi Anncoo
    Thanks, refreshing, not too sweet.

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  6. That looks refreshing and delicious.

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  7. this looks so sweet and creamy - delicious!

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  8. Hi
    Divina
    It's refreshing and not heavy.

    Brie:Le Grand Fromage
    Thanks, not too sweet, just nice for me.

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  9. How delicious! I like the idea of using soya milk!

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  10. Hi Angie
    I use soymilk because I'm not a milk fan, ha, ha!

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  11. I love your food blog. I look forward to it everyday for the delightful surprises. Mango pudding is one of my favorites

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  12. I love mangoes and your pudding sounds amazing! Thanks for sharing :)

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  13. Hi
    Sonia
    Thanks. No need to crack your head thinking of what to cook for dinner, ha..ha

    Karine
    You are most welcome. Thanks for dropping by.

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  14. I make mango pudding using fresh milk instead of soymilk and no sugar added. After tasting it, I was surprised that there was no mango flavor smell and no sweet at all. Why? Should I add sugar to enhance the flavor?

    Joe

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  15. Me again, about mango pudding, what is possibly go wrong? Any idea to fix it? Thanks! Joe

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    1. You mean you expected the sweetness to come from the mangoes? You added water and milk, so even if the mangoes are very sweet, the sweetness will be diluted. You must add in sugar as stated in the recipe.

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    2. Ok. I will try to add sugar. I worry about the mango flavour and the fragrant. Wondering if sugar help if added?

      Joe

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    3. My mango pudding was slightly firm. How to make it softer?

      Thanks.
      Joe

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