Top 10 No-Bake, Magnificent Mango Desserts
A couple of days back my husband came home with a big box of mangoes to which I had a mixed reaction. I love mangoes but what was I going to do with so many of those? Also it was not quite ripe so I had some time to figure it out. That’s when I started looking for interesting recipes using mangoes. I stumbled upon a lot of mango breads and mango cakes. But I wanted to make dishes that truly brought out the mango-ness. I decided that I’m not going to bake anything which uses a lot of flour and other ingredients which will mask the natural mango flavor. So I decided to go for “no-bake” mango desserts. Also who wants to use an oven in an already hot kitchen?
I started bookmarking recipes when I finally realized that the list was getting too long and I was sure that I will never be able to try all of it. So I down-sized the list to 10 recipes and thought that it will be a good idea to share it my dear readers too! I was not particularly looking for vegan recipes but when I was done with the list I was happy to see that I had a couple of vegan recipes and other recipes which can be veganized quite easily. So folks there’s something for everyone. I think with a list like this, I would have to grab another box of mangoes!
Some of the ice-cream, sorbet recipes in the list call for an ice cream machine. But you really don’t have to buy one. Just follow the steps I have mentioned in this eggless banana ice cream recipe to make ice cream without an ice cream machine.
Now sit back, relax and enjoy a mango cocktail while you go through this list of the top 10 magnificent mango dessert recipes (listed in no particular order).
From: Closet Cooking
Sometimes the simplest things in life tends to satisfy us the most. This mango shrikhand recipe is one such simple pleasure for me. Kevin uses juicy Alphonso mangoes from India and mildly sweetened Greek yogurt in this recipe. Dessert in a minute! He has given other interesting variations to the recipe too.
For the full recipe and instructions, visit Closet Cooking.
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