When mangoes are plenty here is a yummy pudding to have on sunny hot days. A light dessert after a nice lunch or brunch.
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Ingredients: (yields 5 small servings )
Sugar — 3 tbsp
Whole milk – 2 cup
Heavy cream – 1 cup
Water — 1 cup
Arrowroot powder – 2 tbsp
Cardamom powder – 2 pods powdered freshly
Mango pulp from 1/2 of one large (sweet,ripe)
Mango pieces – from other half of the mango
Candied fruit (any) – chopped (Agra petha used here)
Thyme sprigs to decorate
Add 1 cup cold water to the arrowroot powder and mix well until there are no lumps
To a wide pan add 3 tbsp sugar, arrowroot powder mixture (stir well again before pouring)
Add 2 cups milk and 1 cup of heavy cream
On a low heat keep stirring until it starts to thicken a bit.
Do not leave it unattended as the arrowroot powder will settle at the bottom and clump up.
Add the mango pulp keep stirring well.
Now add the cardamom powder.
Keep stirring until the mixture thickens well it should still be in pour able consistency.
Keep the bowls or ramekins ready and pour the hot mixture straight from stove to it quickly. Fill to only just more than half so there is room to put toppings.
Allow this to cool down completely and come to room temperature.
Then refrigerate for two hours for the pudding to set well.
The top firms up. Keep the pudding refrigerated until served.
Keep the toppings ready. Decorate on top of the pudding as desired just before serving.
Unlike gelatin or agar agar pudding this will not set firm up like jelly.
Reduce sugar if using candied fruits