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Mango Custard




Mango Custard is a delectable and easy dessert which can be served on any occasion. The rich creamy custard with the flavor of mangoes ..it is a real treat to serve after dinner. It was quick to make with simple ingredients and my family relished every spoon of this tasty custard.


Ingredients
Milk- 2 1/2 cups
Thick Mango pulp- 1 1/2 cup
Egg yolk-2
Sugar- 1/2 cup
condensed milk- 1/2 tin
Vanilla essence-1/2 tsp
 Corn starch- 2 tsp


Peel and puree the mangoes, stir in condensed milk and set aside. Bring milk to a boil and add half of the sugar and stir till it dissolves and switch off  the flame. Whisk together egg yolks and rest of the sugar until light and fluffy. Now add  1/2 cup of hot milk little by little and mix well. Add this to the rest of the milk and cook in low flame till it thickens . Mix corn starch with water and make a thin paste and stir into the custard mixture. Stir constantly for one minute and switch off the flame . Add vanilla essence and when it cools down the mango pulp. Cover and chill in refrigerator for two to three hours. Garnish and serve.


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy.
 

Comments

  1. wow mango custard looks yummilicoius .... beautiful clicks !

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa
    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  2. wow.. luks delicious and very tmpting mango pudding.

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  3. thank you for sending this delicious dessert
    looks like a custard and colourful

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  4. wow mango custard looks gorgeous ....yummy ..never made custard without custard mix ...thanks fro sharing suja ...i will surely try this soon

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  5. Hi. I normally avoid adding eggs as I do not like it so much and add a little whipped cream at the end.
    Beautifully presented.Custard is an all time favorite. Looks really nice.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  6. Oh yummyy!enne kothipichu kollunnee:)Beautiful color and presentation!

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  7. Beautiful custard recipe..nice one

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  8. looks bful..lovely n gorgeous color and wonderful presentation...awaiting ur entries for my event A VISUAL TREAT

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  9. Beautiful custard suja.Loving your awesome presentation!!

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  10. Yummy dessert and beautifully presented...

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  11. Oh my god.. looks soooo yummy :) I'm drooling for a custard now :) love the first pic.

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  12. i had this recently at a cousins place and loved it a lot...

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  13. Anything with mangoes is my fav..Custard looks scrumptious chehcs...Kandittu sahikunilla tto...

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  14. looks so cute, loved that mango colour, yum yum

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  15. Love this..as a matter of fact I love all mango desserts :-)drool drool...

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  16. love anything with mangoes..looks yummie.

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  17. Really tempting pictures of the fabulous mango custard!!

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  18. Thats such a beautiful custard, really loved your presentation...

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  19. Suja I am surely going to try it....book marked....lovely dish with a lovely presentation....

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  20. looks grt dear. thanks for sharing the recipe

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  21. Yummy custard. I avoid eggs but this is tempting.

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  22. Wow...this looks too good...mmm. I don't mind eating this the whole day :D

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  23. Wow that looks fabulous!! Lovely pictures

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  24. looks so yummy dear. Really amazing!

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  25. Mango is my weekness....And your yummy preparation is asking me to finish it off :-)Looks superb.
    Depa
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    Hamaree Rasoi

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  26. Droolworthy and gorgeous custard, makes me drool..

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  27. Address onnu paranjal njan ippo thanne angu vannekkam....bakki vallom undo??? kothiyayittu vayya

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  28. mango is my weakness too and a dessert with it..i am there at you place..plz serve me :)

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  29. Ha! so this how custard is made from scratch! Wonderful.

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  30. adipoli suja..love anything with mango..sherikum kothiyavunu..feeling like having rite now.:)

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  31. Thanks all for the encouraging comments..so sweet of you all..do visit often

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  32. ooo,I cant resist the temptation,,too yummy to look at and i'm sure it is gonna marvelous,
    cheers,
    Nikki,
    http://titilating-tastebuds.blogspot.com/

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  33. Soo easy...will surely try it this season...

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