As you may be aware that I am running a Blogging Marathon with a few of my blogger friends initiated by Srivalli, I am bound by certain rules and this time around, I have chosen to blog about recipes which fall under the  falling categories. 
1. Seven Days of shelf stable goodies for Kids 
2. Recipe less picture posts
3. Seven Days of Regional Specials 
4. Seven Days of Picnic food 
5. Seven different ways to use an Ingredient  (Irrelevant)
6. Seven different ways to replace Egg in Baking 
(Irrelevant)
7. Seven days of Mini Bites



So for the next week, I shall blog one recipe from each of the categories.
For the first day of this BM #6 session 2, I have chosen to blog under the Mini Bites series. 


I agree that making this version of Kulfis is a little time taking. But I promise I shall soon post the easier version of enjoying these Kulfis which is just as delectable. This Mango Rabdi was originally prepared for general consumption [served in mini cups :)]. But I converted them into mini versions later on for the kids. But I must say the adults of our house enjoyed these mini versions just as much!! Take a look at the pictures and decide for yourself which versions each of you prefer!!


Mango Rabdi


Ingredients - 


Milk 8 cups
Milk Powder 2 cups
Mango pulp from 2 big mangoes or about 3 cups
Sugar 2 cups (Adjust according to the sweetness of the mangoes)
Cardamom powder
For Garnish - 
Crushed Almonds 3 Tbsp 
Saffron strands a pinch


Method Of Preparation - 


Mix the milk powder in the milk and boil the milk while constantly stirring. [To avoid stirring for a long time, I chose to boil 3 cups milk + milk powder separately in the microwave for about 10 min and mixed it to the milk boiling on the stove top - Totally optional.] This step is likely to take about 30 min or more depending on what method you use. I had to do this for about 30 min.


Add sugar to the simmering milk about half way through and continue stirring.


Meanwhile extract the mango pulp from the mangoes (peel, discard the seed and blend the mango pieces smooth with adding any water). Keep aside.


Mango Rabdi


When the milk condenses to half the quantity, add the cardamom powder, saffron soaked in milk (optional), mix well and remove from fire. Let the Rabdi cool down completely. Refrigerate if needed.


Just before serving mix the mango pulp into the Rabdi and garnish with crushed almonds and saffron strands.


I made this for a party of 6 and had some leftover Rabdi. I tried freezing it in small popsicle moulds for the kids and we enjoyed the mango rabdi kulfis too!!


Mango Rabdi Kulfi


Passing on these kulfis to Champa's 'Kid's Delight - Mini Bites' started by Srivalli and to Reva's 'Only-Icecreams' started by Pari.






Preparation Time 45 min
Makes 12 servings (4 oz each)
Posted by Harini on Thursday, June 23, 2011

30 comments

  1. Sounds like a Super creamy and delicious dessert..

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  2. v tempting indeed...lovely clicks and presentation:)

     
  3. v tempting indeed...lovely clicks and presentation:)

     
  4. Jayashree Says:
  5. Looks beautifully creamy.

     
  6. Aarthi Says:
  7. wow..creamy

     
  8. Never tried rabri with mango and love the idea of freezing it like an icecream

     
  9. Degchi Says:
  10. Perfect for summer party. Nice click.

     
  11. Mélange Says:
  12. Rabdi is perfect for the season..Perfect presentation as always !

     
  13. Champa Says:
  14. Lovely pictures Harini.

     
  15. Absolutely mouth watering. I am looking forward for next 6 days :)

     
  16. Sobha Shyam Says:
  17. Mango rabdi looks awesome..love the kulfi too..excellent clicks, perfect for summer..!!
    Thanx for sending 3 lovely entries for the event. Liked all the recipes, really wonderful ones..Hope to see more recipes from u for the event :)
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  18. Vardhini Says:
  19. Lovely dessert .. pictures rock.

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  20. Usha Says:
  21. Nice pictures and yummy kulfi!

     
  22. divya Says:
  23. Seriously am drooling over here, makes me hungry..incredible rabdi...wonderful clicks..

     
  24. Suma Gandlur Says:
  25. Oh my! Chala bagundhi!

     
  26. Priya Says:
  27. Omg, incredible and super irresistible rabri and kulfi, feel like relishing them..

     
  28. Kulfi is what I want right now! They look fantastic!

     
  29. Saras Says:
  30. Omg!!!packka treat for both eyes & tongue !!

     
  31. That's hummmm suuuuuper your pucture makes me droool Harini

     
  32. Pavani Says:
  33. Mango rabdi looks soooo delicious. Loved the Popsicles too.

     
  34. PJ Says:
  35. Delicious!!!Tempting clicks Harini :)

     
  36. You are tempting me a lot Harini. Looks delicious
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  37. Rekha shoban Says:
  38. tempting n delicious!!nice click dear!

     
  39. Rinku Naveen Says:
  40. Looks so tempting!

     
  41. Archana Says:
  42. Superb looks absolutely something to die for.

     
  43. Divya Vikram Says:
  44. This looks like a perfect summer treat!

     
  45. jayasree Says:
  46. Delicious mouthwatering rabadi. Loved the kulfis too.

     
  47. that looks very yummy specially the kulfi

     
  48. Srivalli Says:
  49. Very tempting dessert with beautiful pictures Harini..I am sure kids will love this!

     
  50. web Says:
  51. very nice..lovely pictures..yumm
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