Jun 26, 2017

Mango Rava Kesari | Mango Semolina Pudding | Indian Pudding


Mango Kesari or Mango Halwa is one of the simplest mango vegan sweet pudding that you can make anytime. Right now mango season going on and lots of mango varieties available in market. I love this recipe especially prepared for vegan sweets theme.






For this recipe, I used kesar mango, first clean and blend the mango pulp in mixer till to smooth texture, after that cooked with roasted semolina in clarified butter or desi ghee.  Without using any food color, its look so pretty, glossy and flavorful. 






Mango Rava Kesari | Mango Semolina Pudding | Indian Pudding


Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15-18 Minutes
Servings: 3
Category: Sweets
Cuisine: Indian
Cooking Method: Stir Fry


Ingredients

1/4 Cup Ripe Mango Pulp
1/4 Cup Semolina
3 Tbsp. Clarifying Butter/ Desi Ghee (optional for vegan)
3/4 Cup Water
1/2 Cup Sugar
1/2 Tsp. Cardamom Powder
Few Strands Saffron
Cashews, for garnishing


Instructions
Heat the ghee in non-stick pan and side by side boil the water in separate sauce pan, If you are vegan just dry roast the semolina in non-stick pan. 
Add the semolina and broken cashew in ghee and roast till to light brown color.
Blend the mango in mixer till to smooth consistency.
Now add this puree in boiling water with few strands of saffron. 
Add the boiling water into semolina and stir continuously to avoid lumps.
Stir till to semolina becomes fluffy and absorbs whole water.
Add sugar and cardamom powder, mix again. Now it’s look alike glossy and shiny.
Garnish with fried cashew halves and serve hot.


Note: You can add 2-3 drops of yellow or orange color in water, optional.
You can reduce the sugar quantity as per taste.


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11 comments:

  1. Such a tempting rava Kesari and the colour is truly beautiful.

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  2. Very tempting kesari. I was confused seeing that ghee is an ingredient in this kesari and it was categorized as Vegan.

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  3. You need to substitute ghee to make it vegan Preeti , though the Kesari looks super .

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  4. That is such a delicious looking mango kesari. Looks amazing.

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  5. That kesari looks so sinful Preeti..very inviting!

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  6. Preeti the kesri is delicious but for vegan sweets no ghee is used.

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  7. The color looks lovely.. very inviting

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  8. Same pinch... I posted kesari too last week. very nice.

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  9. Just drooling here, how delicious this kesari looks.

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  10. I am a mango fanatic and know I would love this!

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