Top 10 No-Bake, Magnificent Mango Desserts

June 14th, 2012 Madhuram Posted in Frozen Treats, No Bake Sweets, Other Desserts 7 Comments »

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?

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“Christmas in Hawaii” Fruitcake Cookies

May 27th, 2011 Madhuram Posted in Cookies, Kid Pleaser Recipes, Kid's Baking, Other Desserts 11 Comments »

Are you a fan of coconut macaroons? If yes, I’m sure that you will love these vibrant coconut cookies studded with nuts and candied fruit. Unlike the usual macaroons, these cookies are baked in miniature muffin tins. See if its a good idea or not in My Notes section.

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Brown Rice Pudding

November 26th, 2008 Madhuram Posted in Food Blog Events, Other Desserts, Vegan Sweets 13 Comments »

Brown Rice Pudding

Rice Pudding is the western version of our own Indian Rice Kheer (Paal Payasam) but in the consistency of Sweet (Sarkarai) Pongal. We add saffron threads and cardamom in the Indian pudding. Here they add vanilla extract and cinnamon to flavor the pudding.

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Tofu Mango Pudding

September 8th, 2008 Madhuram Posted in Other Desserts, Vegan Sweets 21 Comments »

Tofu Mango Pudding

After baking the Eggless Chocolate Cake using silken tofu, I was wondering what to do with the remaining tofu. I didn’t want to prepare the same old berry-banana smoothie and found this. I always have the Kesar Mango Pulp from the Indian store in my pantry to prepare my favorite drink Mango Milkshake. So I decided to use it instead of fresh/frozen mangoes. I had to add the tofu and mango puree little by little to suit our taste and finally found the ratio.

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