Shimmery Wiggly Mango Pudding

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What’s a party without some glimmer and shimmer. Just add some sparkle and shine to your delicious food and set the festive mood going. Holidays mean parties, get togethers and visits from family and friends. How about making these velvety smooth and luscious mini mango puddings for your family and friends. Smear  them with edible glitter and your love and watch the gleaming faces of your near and dear ones as they enjoy the delicious dessert.

I made this dessert last weekend for my son(who is studying in a business school) and my sweet sis-in-law who were visiting us. My son is a mango lover and my doctor brother-in-law is a food connoisseur and has always been very encouraging about my food experiments and the blog. So…the mango pudding had to be made for all of them.Needless to say,everyone enjoyed it. The pudding can be made in advance and can be stored in the refrigerator for more than a week. I served it with mango jelly strips which I rolled up and sprinkled with some edible gold dust.

Don’t think. Go ahead and make this yummy dessert and store it in the fridge for the coming holidays. I set the pudding in individual silicon moulds and it was very convenient to serve.

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Mango Pudding

  • Servings: 16
  • Difficulty: medium
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Ingredients:

  • 1 tin mango pulp (800g)
  • 1/2 litre whipping cream
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 packets vegetable gelatine (75g)
  • 1 cup hot water
  • edible gold dust for sprinkling on top

Method:

  1. Dissolve gelatine in hot water.
  2. Add sugar to it,mix and leave to cool.
  3. Whip cream well.
  4. Add mango pulp to the gelatine and sugar mixture and put on heat for a couple of minutes so that they gel well. Leave to cool for a few minutes.
  5. Pour in the cream and mix well with a spoon or electric hand blender.
  6. Pour into silicon cupcake moulds and keep in the fridge to set.
  7. Sprinkle some edible gold dust to add some sparkle.
  8. Serve with rolled mango jelly sheets and a mint leaf.
  9. You can also serve some whipped cream with it if you like.

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68 thoughts on “Shimmery Wiggly Mango Pudding

    1. We are a family of mango lovers. Thanks to food technology if not for the fruit itself atleast we get a taste of mangoes in the form of Alphonso pulp though it can never be compared to the experience of eating the fruit in the season. Thank you for liking it Vidya☺

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      1. Thanks to you dear for being so kind. Coming from someone who whips up delicacies like a ‘Ladyfinger Mousse Pie’ or a ‘Mocha Cookie Mousse’ is a big compliment for me ❤ ❤

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      2. haha you are too kind. I have followed you several times but in my reader I do not see you and now the follow button once again says to follow! I don’t know why this happens so I once again will hit follow! 🙂 You also have very lovely and different recipes dear!

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      3. Thank you so much for the follow and for the likes. It is very encouraging. WordPress has some technical glitches time and again. I face the same problem with some of the blogs I follow.

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    1. Thank you Malar. It should work just as well but i think the texture will be slightly different maybe like china grass though the taste should be the same. Please do let me know when you try.

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    1. Thank you dear Judi. It stays long in the fridge. So makes a delicious ready to serve dessert for holidays. Gold dust really looks good on desserts especially chocolate ones. It just stands out beautifully.

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    1. If Star Treks’ Scotty were for real I would have beamed it up for all your family. I wouldn’t be impressed with technology until I can download food .
      Thank you for the kind words.

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  1. oh, a great thing to do with our newly ripening papayas!!! Thanks for this!!! (of course edible gold dust sounds awesome, but I have no doubt it’s impossible to find here in Egypt, boo hoo) Now if I could just figure out how to turn real cream into whipped cream… I did a great job of turning it into butter in my mixer… I felt pretty dumb,lol! ;^) ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Papaya pudding sounds super interesting. Please do let me know when you try. Is it not possible that you can order it online. Amazon or some other shopping website.
      Cream behaves just like a sulking teenager 😉 Splits so easily at the drop of a hat . Especially in hot and humid weather.
      One tip is to chill it well and whip it on a bowl of ice. And the bowl can be placed in the fridge too.
      Thank you so much for stopping by ☺

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    1. Wow! Thanks for the feedback Sophie. I am so glad you liked it. I will make a note of your cardamom tip. Sounds interesting. Thank you so very much for sharing. Have an amazing new year💕🎉🎊🎇

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