Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Marie Biscuit Custard Pudding With Mangoes – No Bake – Eggless Marie Biscuit Pudding

Hello friends,

Are you looking to make an easy and luscious dessert for kid’s party or get -togethers? Ok, then you are at the right place. You need not sweat yourself on the day of the party; just make this Biscuit custard pudding with fresh mangoes and slide it into your refrigerator and forget about it. You want to know the best part of this dish, it can be made in a jiffy, no baking and extremely flavourful and delectable. I made this pudding for my girl's birthday party, believe it or not the moment I took it out of the refrigerator, all the girls got excited and jumped. The instant I cut the pudding it was all gone, so I totally forgot to get a click of individual pieces, it happens sometimes. All the girls loved it and had second serving also, I was so happy. Now I have said enough of it friends, it’s your turn to try it out. Do try this lovely dessert and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out Biscuit Pudding made with Cocoa Powder.

Here’s how to make Marie Biscuit Custard Pudding with step by step photos…



Ingredients

Marie Biscuits
1 Packet
Milk
500 ml
Sugar
½ cup
Vanilla Custard Powder
3 tbsp
Mango
1 or 2 just the flesh
Fresh Cream
200 ml
Vanilla Essence
1 tsp
Milk
½ cup for dipping the biscuits
Nuts or Chocolates
Finely chopped for garnishing
Preparation Time: 25 minutes     
Resting Time: 8 hours       
Serves: 8-10

Method

Now let’s make the custard.

Combine custard powder and ¼ cup of milk in a bowl; make sure there are no lumps.


Boil the rest of the milk in another sauce pan, add sugar to it and mix it really well.


Now add the custard mixture, slowly to the milk, keep stirring on medium low heat.


Stir constantly until custard comes to boil and thickens. Simmer, stirring for about a minute and switch off the stove.


Preparation of Cream

Wash the mango and get the flesh part out. Blend the mangoes with 2 tsp of sugar in a mixer and keep it aside.


Pour the fresh cream to a deep bowl. I used the full fat cream so that the ice cream will have creamy texture.


Beat it well with a hand blender for about 2-3 minutes or until it becomes creamy.


Now add the mango puree, vanilla essence, fold and mix well. Check the sugar at this point and add more if needed. My mangoes were really sweet so I did not add sugar.


Now dip the marie biscuits in milk very lightly and arrange them in square bowl.


Pour a layer of prepared custard over the arranged biscuits using a ladle. Spread it over all the biscuits to make an even layer.


Now spread a layer of prepared mango fresh cream over the custard layer and spread it evenly.

Arrange another layer of biscuits [dipped in milk]. Pour the rest of prepared vanilla custard over the biscuits and spread it evenly. Then pour rest of fresh cream and spread it evenly.

Finally sprinkle crushed chocolate or chopped nuts all over the top.


Cover it with cling film and keep it in the refrigerator to set completely.

After it is set completely, cut the pudding into pieces and serve immediately.

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5 comments:

  1. Wow thats a delicious pudding with my fav marie biscuits :) looks very delicious priya :)

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  2. that is so simple and yummy as well :)

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  3. That is a really delicious pudding...

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  4. Delicious looking pudding...I want some right now

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