Monday, June 13, 2016

Mango Souffle (Eggless)

My friend shared this recipe with me few months back and i tried it out recently. The outcome was really delicious and fluffy. Texture was very nice. All the kids will love it.
This Souffle can be made with any fruit. I tried with Mango. Today is the third day of Blogging Marathon under the topic Holiday dishes. Mango Souffle fits totally into Holiday dishes for kids.
It is fast, easy and simple to make.



Here goes the recipe:

Ingredients

1 cup Mango pulp chilled
1 tea spoon Agar Agar (Increase the amount based on how thick you need)
1/2 cup Fresh cream sweetened and whipped
Mango pieces for decoration
1 table spoon Condensed milk (Optional)
Little water

Method

Boil the Mango pulp, water and Agar agar, Once boiled cool it on the Ice water till thick.
Mix condensed milk with the cream and fold it with the mango mixture. Do not mix too hard.
Set it in a souffle cups and refrigerate for couple of hours until it sets. Decorate it fresh cream and mango pieces.
Variations: Use any other fruits like Strawberry or any berries instead of Mango.



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9 comments:

Srivalli said...

I am sure this tastes awesome!..can't wait to make it myself!

Priya Suresh said...

Omg, makes me drool, irresistible dessert..

Smruti Shah said...

That is such an irresistible dessert. Lovely!

vaishali sabnani said...

Must try the dessert while mangoes are still in season.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

WOnderful recipe with mangoes :)

Archana Potdar said...

Sounds delicious and yum.

Annu Swamy said...

Mango in any form. Irresistible.

Chef Mireille said...

wow - must be a great summer dessert for sure!

Usha said...

I have a similar recipe on my to try list. Seeing yours, I tempted to make it sooner.

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