Note: Originally published 17th Feb 2015, still a super yummy recipe
I love mango pudding and always order it when I have yum cha.
What is your favourite dessert to order? Hubby’s is Dofa fa (A soybean/curd type soup).
Now I have made mango pudding he is asking for me to make Dofa fa. I am not sure, which really means NO, as I don’t really like Dofa fa at all and love mango pudding.
Nothing finishes off a nice meal than a lovely pudding and if it is Mango Pudding it is even better. Especially when it tastes of such lovely sweet and tasty mangoes.
- 4 to 6 very ripe mangoes. I used 5. Peeled and diced, or 5 cups of frozen mango bits (make sure they are thawed before you start) you can get very fresh mangoes to make it even tastier.
- 395 grams of non-fat sweetened condensed milk
- Half a cup of water
- 4 tablespoons of lime juice
- Gelatine Powder, 4 and a half teaspoons -Use powder and you can see the reason why below
- Containers or bowls for the mixture to set in. If you wish to remove and serve on a plate for a party you can spray a little bit of oil so that the pudding comes out easily.
In my recipe I have, it listed 2 envelopes of unflavoured gelatin or say 4 and a half teaspoons. I purchase McKenzie’s Gelatine Leaves which are sheets of gelatine and therefore could not put it in a teaspoon as it was not a powder. I looked online and found that McKenzie’s website had a recipe for pannacotta which would have a similar consistency as the mango pudding and it listed using 6 sheets. I used 6 gelatine leaves and it came out very nice and firm, but I think if I used another 2, so 8 sheets in total it would have been very firm like the ones at yum cha. I should have used the powder and will do so next time.
1. I cut up my mangoes first and put all the flesh into a bowl and discarded the peel. I could not help myself but had to have a bit of some as I made this. The smell was overwhelming (the kitchen smelt devine!) and just reminded me of home, Queensland and being a kid. I love mangoes!
Make sure that you put the mangoes in a food processor and make them all smooth. I used a stick blender to zap the mangos and it worked a treat.
2. Once all the mangoes were sorted I tidied up my mess as mangoes seemed to go everywhere.
3. I added the lime juice to the mangoes
4. I got the gelatine sorted. If you have the gelatine leaves you need to soak them in half a cup of water to melt them a bit and then zap them in the microwave until they have melted. It is best to have them in a bowl that can go in the microwave and make sure that after a minute of soaking that you only put the gelatine in the microwave for 10-20secs at a time. This will make sure that you are not boiling the mixture just melting the gelatine.
5. Add the condensed milk and then the gelatine to the mango mixture.
6. Add mixture to your containers and then put in the fridge for 2 hours to set. If you are making this for a party it might be best to do it the day before, this way you will ensure that the puddings are set and there is no need to worry.
Recipes to fit for a dinner party
Entree – San Choy Bau
Main – Colourful Dumplings
Dessert – Mango Pudding
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SeanaFebruary 19, 2015
I am DROOLING just looking at these photos. I love mangos and love condensed milk so this is definitely one for us!
SuzanneFebruary 19, 2015
Yes it is super yummy and the kitchen smelt amazing with all the fresh mangoes. Make sure you get the powder gelatine as I did not put enough gelatine leaves in. It worked well but think it needed to be firmer. Enjoy.