If you love mangos, try these dessert recipes
The world, especially the Indians are well aware as to who the king of fruits is – Mango. There is no pure sweeter joy in life than relishing on a Mango that Mother Nature could have given us. Nothing, literally nothing, compares to slurping into a pulpy, soft, juicy, and luscious mango. And with summers come a huge influx of mangos and that is precisely the time one should consume mangos. So while mango is hugely considered to be just a fruit, it also has many nutrient values as it is filled with vitamin A and C, besides being rich in calcium, potassium, and phosphorus. So here are a few easy-to-make mango recipes for you.
Mango Panna Cotta
For this you need is you need agar, mango pulp, milk, cream, sugar, and vanilla essence. Begin by chopping the agar into small in small pieces, soak them in warm water for 10 mins and make sure that all the strands are completely dissolved. Meanwhile, mix cream, milk, and sugar in a pan. Keep stirring till the sugar dissolves completely and the mixture comes to a gentle boil. Switch off the flame for mixture and slowly start mix the hot agar solution into the hot mixture and stir well. After five minutes, when this mixture has cooled down a bit, add the mango puree and vanilla extract. Mix well, pour in serving bowls, cover with a lid or aluminum foil and let it cool down.
Mango ice cream
This is just a three-ingredient mango ice cream recipe made using fresh cream, honey, vanilla extract, and of course mangoes. In a mixer add mango pulp, honey and blend till it forms a smoothie. Meanwhile, beat or whip up the heavy cream – it has to be chilled – and beat till about it is stiff. Then add the mango mixture to the whipped heavy cream along with the vanilla extract. Now blend all these things together well. Keep in the fridge to cool down and then scoop out the ice cream.
For this, all you need is flour –either wheat or all-purpose – vanilla extract, milk, sugar or honey, baking soda, and mango pulp. In a bowl add flour of your choice, milk, honey, mango pulp, and baking soda. Whisk the mixture well, and if needed add more milk depending upon the kind of consistency you want. Once you find the consistency, make sure it is not a watery texture, heat a pan rub some butter, and pour the batter in small batches. Let it cook on one side properly before you flip it. Drizzle coconut flakes or chocolate chips, and enjoy!