4 Steps to an Easy Mango Dessert

indian mango sweet

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) 🙂

aam recipe

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!

alphonso mango dessert

Recipe can serve 3 to 4 dessert lovers 🙂

3 Alphonso mangoes
400ml milk
½ cup cream
1 cup vanilla ice cream
3 tablespoons sugar (please adjust sugar quantity as per sweetness of the mangoes)
1 teaspoon freshly ground cardamom powder / elaichi powder
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.

easy mango dessert

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