Top 10 Delicious Mango Dessert Recipes From Kulfi To Burfi
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Mango is the reason why summers can be bearable. As the extreme heat of the summer months sets in, the mango trees start bearing their delicious fruit. The alphonso mango, known as the 'King of Mangoes', is especially beloved.    

With so many refreshing mango options, it's easy to see why these desserts are an essential part of an Indian summer. Here are 10 easy and tasty mango dessert recipes.  

Mango Kulfi  

Mango kulfi is a smooth and creamy frozen dessert. To make it, you blend together ripe mangoes, condensed milk, cream, and spices like cardamom. It takes about 10 minutes to prepare before freezing. All together, these few ingredients create an easy homemade treat for hot days.   

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Aamras is an absolute must-try for mango lovers during the hot Indian summers. This refreshing drink is made from sweet mangoes blended into a smooth puree with milk, cardamom or saffron. Chill the aamras for an hour.   

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Mango Kheer  

To make this dessert, cook rice in milk with sugar and cardamom until creamy. Then mix in mango pulp to add a fruity flavour. The mangoes make the kheer extra smooth and give it a pretty colour too. Chill before serving. It's the perfect refreshing treat on a hot day.  

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Mango Phirni  

Mango phirni is a dessert that comes together in no time. All you need is some rawa, fresh mango pulp, condensed milk, and regular milk. Start by cooking the semolina and milk mixture until thickened. Let it cool slightly, then stir in the condensed milk and mango pulp. Pour into dishes and chill before serving.   

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Mango Kesari  

Mango Kesari is a dessert made with semolina, sugar, ghee and mangoes. It's a smooth pudding-like dish that is very popular in the summer months when mangoes are in season. Toppings like roasted nuts or golden raisins add crunch. Mango kesari is served chilled, making it the perfect sweet treat for hot summer days.  

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Mango Pudding With Coconut Milk  

This dessert is made with coconut milk, fresh mango, and agar-agar. The pudding has a velvety texture and tropical flavours from the mango and coconut. It's the perfect refreshing treat for a hot summer day. It's easy to make and a great way to cool down on a hot day.  

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Mango Shrikhand  

To make it, yoghurt is drained overnight to thicken it up. The next day, sugar is beaten into the thick yoghurt until smooth and creamy. Sweet mango pulp is added to the yoghurt. Chilled before serving, the cool Shrikhand is the perfect way to beat the heat.   

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Mango Kalakand  

Mango kalakand is a delicious twist on traditional Indian milk cake. Ghee, milk powder, and cardamom are stirred into mango and cottage cheese. The mixture is chilled until firm, then sliced into small squares and topped with crunchy pistachios.  

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Mango Panna Cotta  

Mango Panna Cotta with Seviyaan Kheer is a fusion of sweet and creamy desserts. 

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The base is a velvety smooth panna cotta infused with the sweet tropical taste of ripe mangoes.   

Mango Burfi  

This simple, sweet treat comes together quickly with just a few ingredients. Starting by melting butter in a pan, add mango pulp and sugar. Next goes the milk powder. Transfer the mango burfi mixture into a parchment-lined baking pan. Top with sliced almonds for extra crunch. 

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Let it set at room temperature for a few hours before chilling in the fridge. Finally, cut into small squares.