The fruit basket is always full of Mangoes this year. Anyone who goes to the market never fails to pick up a few kilos of Mangoes! Though I am not so fond Mangoes, my family seems to love this fruit! The benefit for me is preparing loads of dishes with Mangoes and thanks to them, I now have almost a dozen Mango based recipes ready to be posted.

A couple of days back Hubby came home with 3 huge Mangoes, the Imam Pasand variety. This variety is more aromatic [that’s what I feel] and I heard it is best suited for preparing desserts.Anyways, we finished off one of them and the same evening my neighbor dropped in to share Mangoes from her garden!There was a Mango over load at home.
So while every one was enjoying the fruit, I enjoyed preparing this dessert today.And this is my recipe for cooking with colors, for this week’s theme of Blogging Marathon #29.

I used:

Mango pulp / puree- 1 cup [See note]
Vermicelli- 1/4 cup
Milk- 2 cups
Condensed milk – a little less than 1/4 cup
Fried cashews- a few
Mango pieces to garnish

  1. If the vermicelli is not pre roasted, roast it with a little ghee.
  2. In the same pan , add the milk and simmer till the vermicelli is cooked.
  3. Once it is cooked, add the condensed milk, mango pulp and bring to a boil.
  4. Switch off the flame.
  5. While ready to serve, garnish each bowl of kheer with a few mango pieces and fried cashew.
Tastes best when served chilled.

Note :

  • The Mango was very ripe, I mashed the pulp lightly with a fork. This gave an excellent texture to the kheer.
  • You can add sago instead of vermicelli.Soak and cook the sago in milk.
  • Cardamom powder can be added but i think it will mask the flavor of Mango which should be the high light of this kheer.
  • You can also add raisins fried in ghee for garnishing.
  • Increase or decrease the quantity of mango puree and vermicelli to suit your taste.
  • The condensed milk and mango both added to the sweetness so I did not add sugar.
  • You can skip condensed milk and use 3 cups of milk and simmer till it reduces a bit.

Take a look at the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#29

Sending this to Nanyna who is hosting Mireille’s Taste of Tropics with the theme – Mango

Bon Appetit…

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