Mango, which is the king of fruits and fruit which slipped to earth from heaven, is just hard to miss. These fruits are favourite for their magical taste and as well for their nutrients. Here are a few tasty and simple desserts which you can do without fail and savour until the last spoon.
- Dry roast 1 cup sooji/semolina in a Kadai adding a spoon of ghee.
- Once the aroma of the roasted sooji/semolina starts.
- Add sugar as per your taste or 3/4th cup suffice, and this also depends on the sweetness of the mango.
- Now add in 1. 5 cups of water and cook the sooji/semolina on low flame.
- Once the sooji/semolina gets cooked, add the mango puree and saffron soaked milk to it.
- Cover the lid and cook for another 10 minutes.
- As you start smelling a yummy aroma and decent sweet, add 3 spoons of ghee and off the flame after mixing it thoroughly.
Mango Smoothie Bowl:
- Add half banana and small ripe mango pieces into the blender.
- Also, add two spoons of oats and one tablespoon honey.
- Blend the above mixture well and pour it into the bowl
- Now garnish the dish with banana and mango pieces.
- For the extra crunch add granola or corn flakes and pumpkin seeds
This smoothie bowl makes a healthy breakfast or meal, which is wonderfully tasty and perfectly packed in nutrients.
- Boil one litre of milk to a creamy or thick consistency.
- Add a bread slice to the boiling milk to get the right consistency of thickness.
- For the right flavour and colour, add a pinch of cardamom powder and milk soaked in saffron strands for a couple of minutes.
- As the milk gets boiled and reduced to just a small-medium serving bowl, reduce the flame and add mango puree to it. Boil it for 2 minutes and switch off the flame.
- Serve this mouth-watering basundi with some chopped nuts like almonds, pistachios.
Ensure to use the mangoes that are not rich in fibre, so that you could enjoy the taste of the desserts.