Saturday, June 1, 2013

Thai Sticky Rice Mango Pudding

During my childhood days, I heard that Brahmins from Konkan region of Maharashtra used to eat Aamras-Bhaat, i.e. Mango Pulp with Cooked rice. This seemed like a very unusual combination to me. But when I recently visited Tamnak Thai Restaurant in Mumbai, I tasted this recipe and to my surprise, I liked it. I tried this at home and it turned out well. This is an extremely easy and quick recipe that looks like a Five Star Recipe.


Servings: 4 people

Time: Approx. 45 min

Ingredients:
1 cup Japanese Sushi Rice / Jasmine Rice
3-4 cups water
4 tbspns Sugar
3/4 cup Thick Coconut Milk
1/2 tspn Vanilla Essence
1 cup Alphonso Mango Cubes

Additional Ingredients:
Mango Puree (Aamras)
Honey

For Garnishing:
Almond Pistachio Flakes
Mint Leaves

Method:
To make Pudding:
Take water in a pan and boil it. Once it starts boiling add the Sushi Rice into it and allow it to cook. When the rice is cooked upto 80% add Sugar and Coconut Milk to it. Further cook it for 10-15 minutes.Check the sweetness and add Sugar if required. Transfer it into a bowl and allow it to cool.

After cooling, add Vanilla Essence and Alphonso Mango cubes and mix. The pudding is ready.

To Assemble
Take a tall glass and pour Alphonso Mango Puree at the bottom. Then add a layer of Rice Pudding into the glass. Then pour some honey over it. Then repeat the layers till the glass is full. 

Garnish it with Almond-Pistachio Flakes and Mint leaf. Refrigerate it and serve chilled.

Notes:
If Japanese Sushi Rice is not available, then you may use regular rice.
The quantity of Sugar has to be adjusted according to the sweetness of Mangoes.

Stepwise Pictures:

















Sending this entry to  Indiblogger contest, Borosil-My beautiful food.

7 comments:

  1. Such a lovely dessert, IT LOOKS SO TASTY.
    Please send it to Taste of Tropics -Mango event.

    http://www.simplysensationalfood.com/2013/06/announcing-event-taste-of-tropics-mango.html

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  2. Nice and delcious.loved this rice and mango combo!

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  3. Perfect recipe thanks for linking it to taste of tropics mango event.

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  4. Incredible and terrific dessert,cant resist.

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  5. LOVED THE STEP BY STEP PICS...IT MAKES ALL SO SIMPLE AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND:)
    YUMMY DISH...:) THANKS FOR SHARING AT MY EVENT :) MEANS A LOT :)

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