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Rich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices

Rich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices

This post is a part of Blogchatter Half Marathon. Rich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices is as easy as it gets. The custard was an indulgence way back when I was a kid. My mom would make all Indian desserts and Custard was the only English dessert that she could make. Being the youngest I used to get a bowl full of custard topped with chopped bananas or mangoes in summer and the privilege of licking the bowl dry. Although the custard had a vanilla flavour, mom would generously add some cardamom powder to it. She used to make it for me especially in strawberry flavour as I liked the colour pink.

First Dessert That I MadeRich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices

I learned to make custard when I was a kid and felt very proud of the fact. One day we had guests over for lunch and I said I would make the dessert. I was actually showing off my culinary skills. I served the custard in the bowls and was waiting for the praise but instead, when I served it I was so mortified when it was pointed out that I had forgotten to add sugar; a sugarless dessert! I think that was my first major culinary faux pas. When I think about it now I can only laugh!

What is custard powder?

Custard Powder

Custard powder is mainly made up of thickeners that give the pudding its thick texture. Cornstarch is the major ingredient, since it is good for thickening liquids, and dissolves easily. The powder is available in different flavours; classic vanilla is the most popular and others are, raspberry, strawberry, pineapple and mango flavours. It is available in different colours too; yellow is for the vanilla and pink for raspberry, strawberry and pale yellow for pineapple and mango. Milk and eggs can make really good custard but as the majority of Indians are vegetarian this off the shelf custard powder is an easy and tasty option.

Custard is like potato or bread; it can be combined with many ingredients and served in different ways. In winter’s hot runny custard with some almonds, tastes great. In summer, it is served chilled with assorted fruits, layered with cake, biscuits or jelly or with fried bread dunked in syrup.

This dessert tastes creamy with a hint of vanilla and lots of mango flavour. I love the bite of fresh, juicy mangoes on the top. It is summer and mangos are abundantly available…when you get lemons you make lemonade and I say that when you get mangos make juice, pickle, desserts, aam panna, or just eat it!

Recipe for Creamy Custard with Mango slices

INGREDIENTS

4 heaped tbsp. Custard Powder

1 litre Milk

5 heaped tbsp sugar

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

For Mango Puree:

Mangoes – 2 medium size peeled and chopped

Sugar – 1/2 cup

Rich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices

METHOD

Firstly, boil the milk in a pan.

Next, take 4 tbsps of milk in a bowl and mix the custard powder in it. Make sure that there are no lumps.

Once the milk is boiled, add the sugar.

Now, add in the custard mix and keep stirring till it gets thick. Take it off the heat.

Subsequently, make mango puree with one mango and half cup sugar and add to the custard.

Later, pour the mango custard into a wet bowl or individual bowls. 

Tip to prevent the custard from forming a thick layer of cream while cooling; sprinkle a little sugar over the custard to avoid thickening of the surface.

Then place in the refrigerator to chill.  If you want to unmold the custard from the Cake ring mould, dunk the bottom of the mould in warm water and overturn gently on a plate.

It will slide out easily if you wet the mould before pouring in the custard.

Finally, top with mango slices and almond slivers.

Rich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices is ready; dive in and feel the mango rhapsody!

For added taste for kids, add strawberry jelly.

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Previous blogs in the Half Marathon are-Tambola Theme Games and 6 steps to become stronger Inside Out, Luscious Lychee Fool, Andhra style Moringa leaves stir fry, Easy Mango Sago Pearl PuddingTravelogue on Srinagar Part IIMango Kulfi Falooda, How to make Mango Popsicles6 best hair oils for a lustrous mane. and Mango Phirni.

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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Firstly, boil the milk in a pan.
  2. Next, take 4 tbsps of milk in a bowl and mix the custard powder in it. Make sure that there are no lumps.
  3. Once the milk is boiled, add the sugar.
  4. Now, add in the custard mix and keep stirring till it gets thick. Take it off the heat.
  5. Subsequently, make mango puree with one mango and half cup sugar and add to the custard.
  6. Later, pour the mango custard into a wet bowl or individual bowls.
  7. Tip to prevent the custard from forming a thick layer of cream while cooling; sprinkle a little sugar over the custard to avoid thickening of the surface.
  8. Then place in the refrigerator to chill. If you want to unmold the custard from the Cake ring mould, dunk the bottom of the mould in warm water and overturn gently on a plate.
  9. It will slide out easily if you wet the mould before pouring in the custard.
  10. Finally, top with mango slices and almond slivers.
  11. Rich Creamy Custard with mango slices is ready; dive in and feel the mango rhapsody!
Recipe Notes
  1. Make a thick custard to unmould
  2. Sprinkle sugar while custard is cooling
  3. Add jelly for  kidsRich Creamy Custard with Mango Slices and Jelly
Harjeet Kaur

Harjeet Kaur

My writing was limited to school essays and projects for my kids and out of the blue, my writing career began with writing articles for the magazine section of a reputed national newspaper. I rediscovered my best subject at school and began writing with gusto. I had a weekend column in the newspaper which was well appreciated. I started off writing about Interiors and Gardens and later diverse topics like Fashion, trends, food and events in the city. Juggling my time between various jobs down the years and my writing, I have written content for fliers, brochures for colleges, speeches, social media content and also website content. I love writing and I am open to writing on a plethora of topics. My blog has some interesting insights into my life and travels but now it is mainly a food blog as I am growing organic vegetables and cooking my own produce is very therapeutic. Read my blogs to know me better. I write from my heart and what I write is what I feel... I feel a feel, A funny feel A funny feel, feel I! If you feel the feel I feel You'll feel the same as I!!

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Comments 4

  1. Brinda Vijay says:

    I like the way you have sued the seasonal mango in so many delicious looking desserts!

  2. It’s the mango season and your preparations are always with easily available ingredients. it looks delicious

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