Thursday, January 15, 2009

Mango N Tapioca Pearls Kheer

Need a easy n tasty kheer!!! here comes the mango n tapioca pearls kheer, they need just few minutes n they will turn the most favourite kheer to everyone as they have superb mango flavour, its just a real feast for mango lovers n also for dessert lovers...i prepared this mango kheer with tinned mango kesar pulp, i just want to give a trial for pongal and also bit worried as i used tinned mango pulp, for my surprise they were really more tasty n delicious as we prepare with fresh ripe mangoes...they hardly need few minutes n ur kheer will be very tasty even if they r served hot r chilled...This Kheer goes to Garnishing tips n Techniques for Indian Foods by Food Fanatic

1cup Mango pulp
1/4cup Tapioca Pearls
1/2cup Almond milk
1/2cup Sugar
Few Cashew nuts
1tbsp Ghee
Almond Flakes for garnishing

Cook tapioca pearls with enough water until they get cooked..add the mango pulp, almond milk, sugar n stir them continously until the sugar get dissolved...meanwhile heat the ghee n fry the cashew nuts, add this to the hot kheer..i didnt add cardamom powder n mango essence to this kheer...garnish the kheer with few almond flakes...

Serve hot r chilled as per ur wish!!!

This delicious kheer goes to FIC - Yellow by Sunshinemom of Tongueticklers..
                                           Festive Food - Makar Sankranti by Priti of Indian Khana
                                           Recipes For The Rest Of Us - Desserts host by Varsha , event started by Ramki ...


Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

looks delicious..nice recipe..

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

Woooo mango! what a delicious thing to eat. Beautiful color too.

Varsha Vipins said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely easy dish..Thanks for sending to my event..:)

CurryLeaf said... Reply To This Comment

Looks delish.and definitely easy.Perfect entry to both the event.Never used this combo.

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Sunshinemom said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely recipe! You come up with some great and unusual combos!! Thanks for sending so many entries, dear:)