Sunday, May 17, 2009

Mango Pudding

After my last effort at Mandarin Orange Pudding, I have been looking out for opportunity to make some mango pudding.

As you know, mangoes are usually quite expensive here... so I would rather eat them fresh then to use them for all the processings.

But recently, thanks or no thanks to the soaring temperature, its mango harvet time! I am paying less for sweeter & bigger mangoes now!


Mango Pudding
adapted from here

300g milk
80g sugar
2 ¼ tsp konnyaku powder

300g mango puree
20g custard powder
2 egg yolk

1 tbsp butter

1. Mix konnyaku powder with sugar evenly before adding milk. Again, stir to make sure they are well mixed before putting it over low fire. Boil until konnyaku powder dissolved.
2. Mix (B) together until well combined.
3. Pour mixture (A) into mixture (B) and stir until well combined.
4. Stir Step no.3 over low fire until mixture thicken.
5. Remove from fire and stir in butter and colouring.
6. Pour into mould and leave to cool.
7. Chill in the fridge, unmould and serve.



Anonymous said...


May I know where did you buy those flower moulds. they are lovely.


Cookie said...

Hi Esther,
I bought thes moulds from Pantry Magic at Holland Village. The same stretch as Phoon Huat. You know where?

Pantry Magic have very vibrantly coloured and pretty silicon mould!
I can never walk out of the store empty handed =p