Friday, November 2, 2007

Mango Pudding

My friends in Multiply must be glad that I am finally posting this recipe. You see I usually post my new dishes here and here. The former acts as a photo search for the recipe link. I find it easier to search for recipe by looking at the photos rather than the name. I thought regular visitors here might find this useful. The latter is a reminder for me on the outstanding recipes I have yet to post and the order of posting. Sometimes, I do jump post certain recipe first though.

If you didn't know this before, now you know where to go if you want an easier way searching for my recipes here or to see what I'll be posting soon.

Okay, back to this recipe. Sorry guys I took so long to post this. Other than I had many other long overdue recipes to post, the other reason was I forgotten to take the measurements when I did. Then I couldn't find mangoes the next day. *giggle*

Anyway, this is a cheat recipe. It's different from the mango pudding we eat in restaurants which contains milk but it's really easy to make.

  • 200ml Mango Juice (I use Marigold Peel Fresh Mango Juice ... cheat!!)
  • 100g Diced Mango (about 1/2 a mango, the remaining can be used for deco)
  • 1 tablespoon Gelatine
  • 1 tablespoon Sugar
  • 4 tablespoon (Warm) Water
How to do it:
  1. Melt the sugar and gelatine in the water.
  2. Gradually stir in the sugar content to the mango juice.
  3. Stir in the diced mango.
  4. Pour into moulds or cups.
  5. Refrigerate till the jelly sets.
Adjust the amount of gelatine used for the firmness of jelly you like. Likewise for sugar.
  • Click HERE for printer-friendly version of an original recipe.


  1. Elaine,

    I visited your Food Gallery. Your food looks more and more professional. Can open restaurant hehe

  2. Mmm...I love mango pudding. Always buy but never know how to make it. Thanks for the recipe.

  3. LOOKS SO GOOD! *droolss...* Thanksss for recipe... in fact i already bought gelatine and mango juice to try making it. thanks WM! :)

  4. wahhh i luv mangoes! this looks really good & pretty!

  5. wahhh ur mango pudding looks so good la.
    btw how come u dun start a restaurant since u can cook so well.

  6. Linda,
    Aww ... thanks! It's the camera lah. ;) Open resturant ah? No lah. It will be too presurizing. I prefer to cook for family and friends.

    This is not the authentic way of making mango pudding but something different.

    Hope you like recipe.

    Thanks! We love mangoes too!

    Thank you!
    No lah. I never like to be in the food biz. I have read too much food critics liao plus I don't think I'm good enough to be in food biz but thanks for the compliments.