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RIPE MANGO KHEER WITH COCONUT MILK

This is a signature dessert from Kerala, also known as ‘MambazaPradamun’ It is a bit time consuming and laborious but totally worth the labour and worth the calories too!

Ingredients:

  • Ripe mangoes: 2 large
  • Jaggery: 2 cups powdered coarsely
  • Nuts (cashew and raisins): chopped fine ¼ cup
  • Pure ghee: 5 tbsp
  • Fresh coconut: 2 or 3, depending on the size.
  • Cardamom: 4-5. Powder fine

Note: You can use readymade coconut milk, but the freshly squeezed one always tastes better.

Method:

  1. Break 2 coconuts and save ¼ of one coconut. Chop the ¼ coconut into very tiny pieces. Keep aside.

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  1. Grate the remaining coconut and strain through a sieve. This is the first milk. Press down to get as much as possible. Keep aside this first milk.
  1. Add a little water to the strained coconut, mix well and again strain through a sieve, this is the second milk. Keep aside.

Note: You will get a small bowl of first milk and a larger bowl of second milk.
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  1. Peel and chop the mangoes into large pieces and make a puree. Keep aside.
  2. Heat the jaggery in one cup of water till it is completely dissolved. Keep aside to cool.

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  1. After it is cooled, strain the jaggery water to remove any dirt particles. Keep aside
  2. In a wok, heat 2tbsp ghee and add the mango puree. Cook on a gentle flame stirring constantly till it starts thickening.

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  1. Add the jaggery water slowly and keep stirring on a gentle flame. When the mixture starts thickening add 2 more tbsp ghee and keep stirring till it   becomes jam- like in consistency.

Note: It takes a while to reach this stage so you have to be patient.

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  1. Add the second coconut milk and stir gently. Take care that the flame has to be very low.
  2. Simmer for 2-3 minutes, take off the fire, and add the first coconut milk and the cardamom. Stir gently and keep aside to cool.

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  1. In a wok heat 1 tbsp ghee and fry the nuts and the finely chopped coconut and transfer into the kheer.
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  2. This kheer tastes delicious both hot and cold.

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