The summer months are here. The rising temperatures can make a lot many things look bland. But worry not. Add a burst of flavours to your daily diet. And, that's how summers are going to turn into heaven for food lovers. Since we are talking about flavours, let's not forget the desserts that we can indulge in this season. Yes, we are talking about recipes related to mangoes. Why go for some other ingredient when you can make a number of desserts using this fruit? Add a dash of sweetness to your summer food diaries with these mango dessert recipes. Worry not. These recipes are simple to make. Take a look:
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1. Mango Phirni
This delicious and creamy Indian dessert will send you drooling. You'll need rice, sugar, full-fat milk and mango pulp. Add cardamom powder for better taste.
2. Mango Kalakand
For a simple yet delicious sweet treat, dive into a plate of kalakand. Make the most of the summer season by adding mango pulp to this recipe. Full fat milk, saffron, ghee and cream are also required for this recipe.
3. Aam Doi
If you are fond of Bengali sweets, you can't get over this dessert. Add a mango twist to the regular mishit doi. The sweetened curd preparation tastes even more amazing after the addition of mango pulp.
4. Mango and Mint Kheer
We all love to indulge in kheer, no matter what season it is. Add the flavour of mango to the classic kheer recipe. Mint leaves further accentuate the taste.
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5. Mango Kulfi
It's difficult to find someone who doesn't enjoy kulfi. Many of us are fond of the regular kesar badam kulfi. But why not try this mango version for a change. You will need sweetened condensed milk, cream, almonds, ark leaves and mango pulp.
6. Mango Amrakhand
Amrakhand, a popular dish in Maharashtra, is a different version of the classic shrikhand. You can make mango amrakhand with mango pulp, hung curd, nutmeg, cardamom powder and sugar.
7. Mango Rabri
Rabri is a creamy concoction made with thickened milk, sugar and nuts. The deep layers of creamy malai can drive anyone crazy. Add the goodness of mango, pistachios, almonds and saffron to it and it's outright heavenly.