May 28, 2011

Eggless Mango Souffle

Regular readers of this blog might have noticed that I have been posting summer coolers for the past 5 days. As part of the blogging marathon, I have been making various frozen desserts to suit the Summer Cooler theme. For today, its mango souffle. I adapted this recipe from Nita Mehta's Eggless Desserts. In the original recipe, mango drink (Fruity) in tetra pack is used. I have used fresh mango pulp and also scaled down the ingredients to make two servings.



You need

  • Mango pulp - 1 cup
  • Sugar -1/2 cup
  • Fresh cream - 1/2 cup
  • China grass/Agar agar - 5 gms
  • Hot Water - 1/2 cup

Method
Take a big mango, which is not fibrous.  De-skin and chop into pieces.  Pulse the pieces and add the sugar to it and blend once.  Take the mango pulp and sugar mixture to a bowl and heat it to get a saucy consistency.  Take half cup of  water and add the agar agar to it. Heat on slow fire to dissolve the agar agar. Gradually add the dissolved agar agar to the mango mix. Make sure you add the solution while hot. Else the china grass will start to set.  Leave the mix to cool. 

Take the cream in a bowl and beat till fluffy. Fold in the whipped cream to the mango mix. Beat well till smooth. Transfer to a serving dish or individual serving glasses. Refrigerate for 3 hours. Garnish with chopped mango pieces and serve.


This mango souffle is joining the event- Kids Delight-Cool Comforts, hosted by PJ, an event started by Srivalli


Check out the Blogging Marathoners doing BM#5 along with me 

Curry in a hurry under 30 min: Aarthi, Divya, Jayashree, Kaveri, Pavani,
Seven Days of Indian Sweets:Gayathri, Priya Suresh,
Seven Days of Microwave Meals: Monika,
Seven Days of Regional Specials:Harini, Vaishali, Suma, PJ
Seven Days of Colorful Dishes Kid's Special: Kalyani
Summer Coolers: Jayasree, Kamalika, Srivalli










12 comments:

  1. sounds exotic and refreshing too! I bet the kids will love this!

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  3. Super delicious souffle, makes me drool...

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  4. Yummy souffle .. thx for sharing.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  5. THis is super good. Another mango dessert to relish. thanks for sharing dear.

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  6. This is awesome and looks coooool.

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  7. Sounds so easy to make, J. Will try this out before the mango season ends.

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  8. This is one super mango souffle...so tempting..I can eat both the bowls.

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