Thursday, 11 June 2020

Mango Custard Recipe/Mango Custard/How to make Mango Custard with step by step photos

Mango Custard is a luscious, simple and easy to make dessert. Now that loads of mangoes are available in the market, you can make Mango Custard and surprise your kids and family members. Do try out this delicious Mango Custard and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Mango recipes here and Summer SpecialJuice/Milkshakes/Smoothies here.

Here’s how to make Mango Custard Recipe with step by step photos…


Ingredients
Milk [full fat]
1 ½ cup
Custard Powder
1 tbsp
Sugar
3 tbsp
Mango Pulp
½ cup of pulp
Almonds
2-3 finely chopped
Preparation Time: 10 minutes                      Recipe Category: Dessert
Cooking Time: 15 minutes                              Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Author: Priya Anandakumar


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Method
Wash and cut the mangoes. Remove the flesh part of the mango and discard the seed. 


Grind it to fine puree in a mixer without adding water.


Take 1 tbsp of custard powder in a bowl, add about 1 tbsp of milk to it.


Mix really well to make a runny paste. Make sure there are no lumps.

Heat rest of the milk for about 5-6 minutes or until it is well boiled.

Reduce the flame, add sugar and mix really well.

Slowly add the custard mixture to the simmering milk.

Cook on low flame until it becomes thick. Keep stirring continuously to avoid formation of lumps.

At one stage the custard will become thick.

At this stage add the mango pulp.

Mix really well and cook for about 2 minutes until everything is well combined. Do not cook for very long time or else it will start to split.

Switch off the stove. Slowly pour it into serving glasses or bowls.

Then, close it and refrigerate it for at least 30 minutes or until it is to be served.

Sprinkle chopped almonds just before serving.

Yummy, luscious and delectable Mango Custard to ready to be enjoyed.

Suggestions:
Do not cook for very long time after adding the mango pulp.
The cutard should be cooked until it becomes thicks or else the custard will not set properly.
Garnishing is totally up to you, you can top it with tutti frutti, or chocolate shavings or any dry fruits [chopped].

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