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Mango Kheer Recipe

Updated on February 20, 2014
Mango Pudding Recipe - Ingredients and Method of preparation of Mango Kheer.
Mango Pudding Recipe - Ingredients and Method of preparation of Mango Kheer.

How to prepare Mango Pudding

I love desserts especially those ones having a mango flavor. I normally prepare this yummy Mango Kheer Recipe during the mango season. However, if Mangoes are not available you may also use the tinned variety of mango pulp which is available on shops throughout the year. This Kheer or Pudding is best served chilled.

How to prepare Mango Kheer? Given are the ingredients and method of preparation of this delicious pudding.

Ingredients of Mango Kheer

  • 4 Cups Mango Puree

  • 1 liter milk

  • 150g basmati rice washed and stained

  • 100g Sugar

  • 50g raisins

  • 50g chopped Cashew Nuts

  • 50g finely chopped almonds

  • 1 tsp rose water

  • 1 pinch of saffron dissolved in a tsp of milk

  • 1 tsp powdered cardamom

  • 1 pinch salt

  • 1 tsp chopped pistachio for Garnish

  • ½ a Mango peeled and finely chopped for Garnish

Method of Preparation of Mango Pudding

Boil the milk in a large pan and once the milk starts rising lower the flame and add the rice and cook till soft by stirring regularly so that the rice does not stick to the bottom. After around 30 minutes or so add the sugar, salt, cardamom and saffron and remove from flame. Allow cooling. Once the rice is cool run the rice in a blender. Remove and Add mango pulp and the rest of the ingredients except those for garnish and mix well. Keep the mixture in the refrigerator. Serve this pudding chilled and garnished with chopped fresh mango and chopped pistachio. You may also use fresh cream if you wish.

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    Sandy Mertens 6 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

    Yum! I have never had mango pudding.

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    Hummingbird5356 6 years ago

    This sounds very tasty. I often make Vermicelli kheer pudding, too.

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    David Russell 6 years ago

    I love Mango and the recipe sounds marvellous, but a Type 2 Diabetic can only look and wish. David Russell

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    Sanjay Sapre 6 years ago from India

    i am thinking about the taste that will be with different mango types. which is the best flavor and mango type for mango kheer?

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    Sonia Sood 6 years ago from Mumbai

    Thanks for the visit Sandyspider,Hummingbird5356,David Russell and multifunctions for the visit.

    @multifunctions I normally use Alphonso Mango or Pulp. But you can use any variety.

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    Lita C. Malicdem 6 years ago from Philippines

    Haha! I'm type 2 like David Russell, but this rice-mango pudding looks pretty delicious. I'll try this one, a little slice will do little harm. I'll substitute some hard-to-find ingredients like the almond with cashew nuts for the garnish. I love cashew nuts! Thank you.

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    Peter 6 years ago from Australia

    indian cooking. lol I'm also Type 2. We love Mango, they have just come into season over here.

    This Mango Pudding Recipe looks delicious and easy to make.

    Love the idea of putting the Nuts in it. Can almost taste the wonderful flavor it must have.

    Thank you for sharing this great Recipe with us :-)

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    Sasha Kim 4 years ago

    This sounds so yummy!! Mango is so refreshing I bet this is great during the summer. Voting a bunch!!

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    Susan 4 years ago from India

    This looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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