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Mango Custard Lassi

Written By Srimathi Mani on Thursday, July 31, 2008 | 1:27 PM

Yes! this sounds crazy but this is what i came up with. At last weeks dinner party I made custard and added mangoes to it. The next day I was finishing up the remaining mango custard( which was just mostly the custard as all the mangoes were drained and gobbled) and I thought of this recipe. I am going to try this one today and serve it for our friend who is going to have dinner with us. But, before I try doing anything I wanted to find out what "lassi" meant. The important ingredient in the Lassi is yogurt/curd apart from salt/sugar and spices. With that knowledge I shall write up my recipe and will promise to report if I did anything different from the recipe I posted. My entry to Summer Splash Event hosted by From the kitchen, WYF Event hosted by Simple Indian Food and to Sweet Series : Cool Desserts hosted by Paajaka for the month of July.




Gadgets:

Blender/Mixie
Cutting Board
Tin Opener
Knife
Heavy bottomed Saucepan
Whisk
Ladle
Measuring cups and spoons
Bowl



Ingredients:


Mango Puree - 1 tin
Mangoes fresh - 1
Yogurt plain - 1/2 cup
Salt - one pinch
Custard Powder - 5 tbsp
Milk - 2 cups (USED 3 CUPS FOR CUSTARD AND 1 cup AFTER THAT)
Sugar = 2 tbsp
Water - 1/4Th cup

Note: I had to increase the milk quantity because I had to fill my Jug.

Preparation:

1. Add milk to a heavy bottom saucepan and heat it up.

2. Mix the custard powder with 1/4Th cup water and keep aside.

3. Blend yogurt and mango puree and set it aside.

4. When the milk boils add the custard mix and keep stirring till the liquid starts to thicken.

5. Add sugar turn off flame and allow to cool completely. ( DID NOT ADD ANY SUGAR)

6. Mix the two liquids and add a pinch of salt. (FORGOT TO DO THIS ONE)

7. Peal the mango, remove skin and add it on the side of the glass as garnish.

8. Voila! let me see how this whole thing tasted after I prepared.





My Review : I liked it a lot. Perfect sugar, very filling, rich and creamy. Maybe very economical too if you have to feed a lot of people and mangoes are not in season.

3 comments:

  1. Wow...so delicious..thanks for sending it to the event

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  2. Hi! At a nearby Indian restaurant, they have what has turned out to be my FAVORITE dessert of all time: Mango Custard. It is basically an orange-colored custard with chunks of pineapple and papaya. I've tried making it myself, but cannot get it right. Do you know the recipe? I've tried 5 times now!

    Thanks!

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  3. Hi M, Could you please tell me if it was kind of creamy or a little more liquid. I can work on it if I know what it is supposed to look like. Please do email me. Thanks

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