mango custard

Mango Custard Recipe | How to Make Mango Custard

What is Mango Custard?

Smooth, rich and think custard with the juicy mangoes, a must-try delight during summers, is mango custard. I can’t really think of anyone who would not relish mango custard. After all, the custard is such a crowd pleaser and mango is something which is liked by one and all, right? So when the two will be combined it will be a dessert to be liked by all. The best part about the custard recipe is that it is so simple to make and hardly takes any time or involvement. I love to make custard using the leftover milk I have. Custard can easily be prepared on the weekends or as a party dessert.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Mango Custard Recipe

Custard Powder: This guy makes this recipe so simple, easy and quick. Use Vanilla flavored custard powder for this recipe.

Milk: Certainly for milk-based desserts, full-fat milk works the best. But since custard is a thickening agent even low fat or skimmed milk will work.

Mangoes: Chopped as well as pureed mango are added to the custard. You can choose any variety; just pick good mangoes, sweet and juicy.

Tips to make the perfect custard:

With a good custard powder, your job is already half done. Now just keep the following things in mind:

  1. Always use a heavy bottom pan or saucepan to make the custard.
  2. Always mix custard powder in cold milk. Keep aside the required quantity of milk out of the total milk used in the recipe and use it later to mix the custard powder.
  3. Always switch off the flame while adding custard mix and sugar.
  4. Stir continuously while adding custard powder and sugar.
  5. After adding custard mixture and sugar cook for just 5-7 minutes. Do not overcook.
  6. This recipe gives thick custard which thickens on being refrigerated. Therefore blending is essential. But do not overdo it.
  7. Do not add fruits too much before time. At times fruits release the water, making custard very runny.

Similar recipes on the blog

We have a collection of cold dessert recipes wherein you can find fruit custard. Also, there is a very quick and interesting recipe you should try i.e. fruit curd.

How to serve Mango Custard?

Make it for dessert on a weekend.

How to make Mango Custard?

1.This recipe serves 6-8 persons.

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2. In a pan heat 4 cups of milk. Let it boil and then simmer it for 7-10 minutes.

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3.In 6 tbsp of cold milk set aside add in 6 tbsp of custard powder. Mix to make a lump free mixture.

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4.Switch off the flame of milk. Add in the custard powder mixture.

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5.Next goes in ½ cup of sugar.

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6.Switch on the flame and cook on a low flame for 2-3 minutes. Or till the sugar dissolves and custard thickens.

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7.Let it cool to room temperature. Thereafter refrigerate it till cold. Add in ¼ cup mango puree and blend well.

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8.Add in 2 mangoes cut into small cubes. Mix well and let it sit in fridge for 15-20 minutes.

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9.Serve cold. Bon appétit!

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