A delicious and easy dish to prepare, this Mango Pudding dessert will cool you down on a hot summer day and is sure to be a refreshing crowd-pleaser!
Mango has always been the fruit I love, and enjoys the title of “King of Tropical Fruits.”
And in the summer when the temperature goes up, this hong kong style mango pudding recipe makes a refreshing treat.
As one of the best mango pudding recipes I have ever made, it contains not only a lot of carotene and a variety of vitamins, but also a rich and sweet taste.
One of the great things about this dessert is that there are only 6 steps!
So let us take a look at how to make this delicious dessert together.
Ingredients: (150 ML – Makes 4 servings)
- 1) 50 grams of milk
- 2) 50 grams of fine sugar
- 3) 5 grams of gelatin tablets
- 4) 250 grams of mango puree
- 5) 50 grams of yogurt
- 6) 125 grams of whipped cream
Decoration: diced mango, condensed milk, mint leaves, sugar beads.
How To Make Mango Pudding:
First, put the gelatin in ice water to start to soften.
Step 1. Put the milk into a pot with sugar and bring to a boil. Stir the sugar until it melts. After cooling, add the soft gelatin tablets and stir until completely dissolved.
Step 2. Puree the mango with a food processor and add to the yogurt, stir well.
Step 3. Pour the mixed mango and yogurt into the milk and mix well.
Step 4. Whip cream.
Step 5. Add mango and milk to the whipped cream and mix well.
Step 6. Pour into the container, put it in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. Once they have set, put the cut mango on the top, pour a small spoon of condensed milk, decorate with sugar beads and mint leaves., and ENJOY!
1: The containers I use are small glass cups. A small bowl, or a plastic container can also be used.
2: If you like mousse, the amount of gelatin can be increased for more solid texture.
3: Refrigeration takes at least 4 hours to set the dessert. I usually refrigerate overnight to make sure it fully sets.
The vitamin C content of mango is higher than that of most other fruits, and can lower cholesterol and triglycerides. Regular mango consumption has the effect of preventing and treating cardiovascular diseases.