Sunday 20 June 2021

Mango Pudding Recipe/Mango Pudding without AgarAgar or Gelatin/Mango Pudding Recipe with step by step photos

Mango Pudding is a delightful and heavenly tasting pudding that can be made with very few basic ingredients at home and ripe mangoes. This mango pudding is very easy, tasty and can be made without Agar Agar or Gelatin in a jiffy. Do try out this delectable and tempting Mango Pudding and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Pudding Recipes/Ice Creams/Milkshakes/Smoothies etc here.

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





½ cup


1 cup + ¼ cup


One small pinch

Corn Flour

3 tbsp or ¼ cup

Preparation Time: 10-12 minutes                   Recipe Category: Dessert

Cooking Time: 10 minutes                                Recipe Cuisine: Indian

Author: Priya Anandakumar

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Wash the mangoes thoroughly. Cut them to pieces.

Scoop out the flesh part using a spoon and transfer it to a bowl.

Now the mango pulp is ready.

Transfer the mango pulp to the mixer jar.

Then add ½ cup sugar, 1 cup milk and one pinch of salt.

Grind everything to fine paste and keep it ready.

In a bowl add 3 tbsp of corn flour and ¼ cup of milk.

Mix everything really well to make a slurry. Now the corn flour slurry is ready.

Transfer the ground mango puree to a sauce pan and heat it. Keep stirring; let it come to a boil.

At this stage add the corn flour slurry and keep mixing really well.

The mango mixture will start to thicken, now switch off the stove.

Pour the mango mixture to glass bowls and let it cool down completely.

After they cool down, keep them in the refrigerator for about 2-3 hours.

Delectable, tempting and tasty Mango Pudding is ready to be enjoyed.

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