In case you thought that Sangeeta ‘desserted’ us – she has! My mouth is watering even as I share her delightful recipe with you. I hope you get mangoes in your part of the world – if you don’t, you seriously need to consider moving!! 😉
May you be inspired – everyday!
Hello everyone at Everyday Gyaan! It appears that I need another dose of gyaan (read ‘bashing’ ) to bring myself to discipline and be on time for something as important as a dessert! I apologize for the delay but this fruit of the season (summer in India) will surely bring a smile, a bright sunshine smile!
This is what happens when you combine the three things you love…. Absolute ambrosia ….. Mangoes and a rich yogurt made with reduced milk (called mishti doi ), topped with thin slivers of aam paapad (a mango fruit leather).
If you get good quality mishti doi in your part of the world ready on the shelves, there’s nothing like it . In Delhi, we get a nice mishti doi at Mother Dairy outlets.But don’t worry if this luxury is unknown to you . I have posted a recipe of rich and creamy mishti doi here. After setting the yogurt and chilling it , you just have to assemble this gorgeous dessert in pretty glasses.
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Corinne writes at Everyday Gyaan, reviews fiction at CorinneRodrigues.com and encourages writers and bloggers at Write Tribe and offers offline coaching to writers and bloggers at The Frangipani Creative, located in Secunderabad, India.