Monday, 14 September 2009

Mango Pudding



Remember this post when I told hubby came home with abudence of Mangoes there were so manyand I do wish I still had them.

This was a creamy dessert, but for me it was a bit too eggy. Hubby and daughter didn't had not trouble, they said they only taste a delcious dessert no eggy taste is there. But then I think my tastebuds and theirs are totally different.

You can find the recipe in Cooking Pleasures blog here

I am sending this to Barbara of Winos and Foodies, she is is very remarkable woman, she herself celebrated in jully and the lady really know how to celebrate as she celebrated with a big glass of Veuve Cliquot champagne.....her favourite non vintage champagne after she finished her chemo.

she is celebrating LiveSTRONG With A Taste Of Yellow in support of the Lance Armstrong Foundation to raise awareness about cancer issues worldwide and she has extended the date till 18th september.
And I am sure you will all join as , especially in our Indian kitchen there are lots of yellow dishes.


49 comments:

Priya said...

Wow, gorgeous pudding...am ready to relish the bowl..yummm!

Helene said...

What a great way to use Mangoes. I love mangoes. I am always looking for new ideas to use them :)

pigpigscorner said...

Gorgeous colour! Love mango pudding!

Shaista Tabrez said...

I m loving the custard, superb click

Juliana said...

Lovely dessert :-) I'll definitely try since there still lots and lots of mangoes at the groceries :-)

Elra said...

What a great idea, I never made mango pudding before. This is truly awesome!

Cakelaw said...

This looks delicious Happy Cook - I adore mangoes, and can't wait til the new season.

Gloria said...

Happy Cook I REALLY LOVE MANGOES! is one of my favorites fruits and this pidding look awesome, gloria

Barbara said...

I love mangoes. Our season has just started. Thank you for your entry Happy Cook.

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

I love pudding - but mango pudding really makes it all the more special! Love the color!

Sanghi said...

Yummmmy delight! You can send this to my FIL-Milk event by today!!:)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

That looks great! Yum!

5 Star Foodie said...

Mango pudding sounds delightful! Gorgeous presentation!

Rachel said...

Mango season is done with in India and you just got me craving now.

Cynthia said...

Adopt me! I wanna come live with you :)

Cham said...

Very pretty and of course delish!

Lavi said...

KF..You are tempting us after the mango season gets over(:

Love the strawberry sliced on top!

LG said...

I think we can substitute eggs for some other ingredient. Pudding looks tempting :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

HC,first of all sorry for replying late to ur Q in my Jangri post,I dint saw...

Mango pudding picture looks amazing!

Superchef said...

OMG HC!! I can totally kill for mangoes and especially such a delicious looking pudding.

Vibaas said...

i came here after a break and now you have me drooling. i love mango and it looks YUM! :-)

Prathibha said...

mangoes in september..hmmmm..the pudding looks lovely

Chitra said...

Looks yummy yum.wish to have tat bowl rite now ;)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Simple and indulging.....

Aps said...

Pudding luks gorgeous....nething vth mango tastes diveine for me :)

my kitchen said...

I love Mangoes in any form,Excellent one.you can visit my blog,view recipes & post ur comments

sowmya.s said...

yummy dessert...i have tasted a similar kind of pudding readilly available at supermarkets here..

Aparna said...

Looks very good. I personally think you can never have too many mangoes. :)
If you weren't so far away, I'd be there helping you finish them!

notyet100 said...

yummy pudding,..

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks lovely, pass it on please.

Ivy said...

The pudding sounds delicious and lovely picture as well.

Soma said...

So beautiful HC!! Who can say no mango?

Sudeshna said...

Mangoes are off the market, and here you are making us salivate with your wondeerful clicks.

Mallugirl said...

hmm.. i always feel yellow determines the indian cooking.. the tell tale signs of turneric on the counter after i cook..

Talita said...

How beautiful your blog! This pudding looks and sounds great!

Chef Jeena said...

If mango and pudding are in the same sentence then I am there! This looks amazing I really love the yellow colour. :-)

Yasmeen said...

luscious pudding ..looks so pretty with the berries :)

Mandira said...

gorgeous pudding!

Varsha Vipins said...

woahhhh..I love that straberry decor on top HC!

Dibs said...

Looks really yummy --- but like you , even I am sensitive to eggy smells! Prefer deserts withpout eggs!

Rajee said...

Thanks for visiting my blog :-) Lovely dessert you have here....

Nags said...

how do you still get mangoes to cook with?!

My Experiments with Cooking said...

I like the color contrast in picture no. 1.Yumm!

Varunavi said...

Lovely dessert :)

Happy cook said...

Nags that is the best or bad thing about living here, we get out of season fruits and veg, which they import from differnt countries

Rina said...

Love the color dear..not to mention about the wonderful taste of mangoes..irrestible..

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

i love mangos...fst snap is amazing Hc....and the way you garnished it with strawberry...awesome....

Lone Acorn said...

Thanks !! I am glad your family liked the mango pudding so much. If you want you can make it eggless.

Raje said...

Hi,
First time here. Nice blog. I love this pudding its lip smacking.