Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Mango Bhapa Doi - Mango Curd Dessert

  Long long ago I made a few mango desserts out of a big tin of mango pulp.I posted the other ones ,but this one's been lying in my drafts for quite some time.If you asked me why I made this dessert there are two reason,firstly it's extremely easy to make and secondly,I fell for it's name.I have this weakness for dishes with fancy names :) This is a simple Bengali dessert that can be prepared in no time.I love all kinds of Bengali milk sweets and this one's no exception.So off to the recipe !

You'll Need:
Condensed milk - 350 g( I used unsweetened condensed milk)
Quark -Hung Yoghurt - Greek Yoghurt - 250 g
Whole Milk - 100 ml
Mango Pulp - 1 1 /2 cups
Nuts (mixed) - 2 -3 tbsp
Sugar - 1 tbsp or as needed (Depends upon the sweetness of the mango)
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp


Quicker Version:
Condensed Milk - 400g (sweetened) - one tin
Quark - 250 g
Milk- 125 ml
Mango Puree- 125 ml
Any chopped nuts - 2 -4 tbsp
Almond powder - 1 tbsp(optional)


-In a blender,blend the condensed milk,the yoghur,milk,mango pulp,sugar and cardamon powder.
-.Add the nuts and mix well.Check for sugar.
-This can be steamed in pressure cooker(without the whistle) or baked in an oven:
   -In a steamer or pressure cooker:
     Fill the vessel with a little water .Add the contents of the blender to another vessel and cover a lid        or aluminium foil.Place the vessel in the steamer and cover  and steam for 30 - 40 minutes or until      it's set.
 -In an oven:
     -Preheat the oven to 350°F/162.5°C

      -Fill small ramekins with the mixture until they are almost full.Place them in an oven tray half        filled with water.
    -Bake in the oven for 25 to 35 minutes.Check after the 25th minute to see if it is set,a knife inserted comes out almost clean,the mixture would be harder and not wobbly.Done !

Thanks for stopping by !Have a nice day !

1 comment:

  1. I must try. You bet its the easy to make yet so good. On my list for sure.


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