Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Mango Delight / Mango Fool

Mango Delight  is a delectable soft and creamy frozen dessert made of ripe mango specially Alphonso. This is one of the quick soul filling dessert for the summer.  My version of 'Mango Delight' can also be called as 'Mango Fool' is a simple frozen dessert that combine mango with cream in different layers. So, for those of you who always crave for a creamy, soft, chilled and yummy mango dessert, you must give this recipe a go.

Ingredients:

Mango puree                                          1 cup(prepared by blending
                                                               fresh mango pulp).
Vanilla/ Mango custard powder               2 tbsp.
Milk                                                       1 cup
Sugar                                                     4 tbsp
Heavy whipping cream                           1 cup
Icing sugar                                             3 tbsp


Method:

 1. To make custard, take a bowl and add about 1/4 cup of cold milk and then add vanilla/mango custard powder and mix it properly. Heat a pan and boil milk in that. Now add custard powder dissolved in milk and stir well. Add sugar and 1/2 cup of mango puree. Stir again to get a smooth mixture. Switch off the flame and pour the mixture in a bow l and keep it in the fridge.

2. Beat the fresh cream until it forms very soft peaks.Whisk icing sugar also with the cream. Keep he cream in the fridge and take it out just before serving.

3. Take  serving glass and start by layering with chilled mango custard at the bottom and then chilled whipped  cream, now add a layer of mango puree above the cream layer and  then finish off with another layer of cream on the top.

You can garnish with small mango pieces  and fresh mint leaves on the top. Serve this dessert chilled and enjoy this perfect summer delight.





26 comments:

Reshmi Mahesh said...

A very beautiful and yummy dessert...loved the captures

julie said...

Mouthwatering mango dessert..liked the layering!!

Swathi said...

Mango fool looks delicious, thanks for stopping at my blog. You have a nice blog too.

M D said...

That looks gerat. love mangoes and since they are in season, they cant get any better than this.

divya said...

This looks inviting and delicious...

Nisha said...

Anything with mango is always mouthwatering . And pics are very tempting.

Torviewtoronto said...

this delight looks wonderful delicious dessert

Priya said...

Fantastic mango fool, delicious and refreshing..

KParthasarathi said...

Eye catching blog and a nice post on Mango delight with matching pics

Kalyani said...

looks delicious .... tempting pictures .....

Sobha Shyam said...

Great idea during the mango season..looks absolutely delicious..!!

sowmya's creative saga said...

that looks awesome..yumm

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Wow yummy dessert,loved it...

SouthIndianHome said...

Yummy and delicious dessert
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Kurinji said...

hmm lovely and mouthwatering recipe...
Kurinjikathambam

Raji said...

Love the name Mango Fool...and this is one delightful dessert...wonderful layering.

Prathima Rao said...

A delicate, simple & elegant dessert!!
Prathima Rao
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Hamaree Rasoi said...

I can have mango in any form :-) this dessert looks delicious...

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Suja said...

Wonderful dessert and beautiful layering..delicious.

Radhika said...

love the dessert. mouthwatering.

Santosh Bangar said...

yummy and invitng drink

Sweet Artichoke said...

A perfect treat for the summer, with gorgeous colour! Love Alfonso mangoes :-)

Sunanda said...

Thanks to all of you for those wonderful and inspiring comment on my favorite post..

Pari said...

Looks absolutely yummm! Alphonso tastes great surely.

FOODELICIOUS

Ms.Chitchat said...

You have a lovely space and enjoyed browsing through ur wonderful recipes. Glad to follow u :):)

Chitchat

soshina said...

Yummy! This dessert looks really beautiful. My mum used to make it for us when we were kids and I was just looking for the recipe. I think urs is similar to what my mum used to make. Ill have to ask her about the custard though. Thanks for sharing!

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