Thursday, June 17, 2010

Mango Shrikand aka Amrakhand

Hello! Hello! Hello!



Koi Hai? Itna sannata kyon hai, bhai! (Translation - Anyone out there? Why is there so much silence, buddy?) - A popular dialogue from a all-time superhit Hindi movie Sholay and very much indicative of my feelings as I try to revive my cooking blog.

Let's start my comeback with one of the easiest desserts I have ever had to date (ofcourse, apart from eating away plain sugar to address the sugar craving! :) ). It's easy to make but very delicious to taste. Have fun! With the mango season aka summer upon us, this is one of the uses of mango as well keep us cooled down for a while! :) Enjoy!





Ingredients (Makes 5 cups as shown in the pics):


2 cup Greek Yogurt
1 cup Mango Pulp
1/8 tsp Nutmeg Powder
2-3 pinches Cardamom Powder
5 tbsp Splenda sugar (any other Sugar, as per your taste)


To garnish : 1/2 cup walnuts (or any other nut such as pecan, almond)


Mix together all the ingredients except the walnuts. You can use the blender or a spatula - everything mixes together without requiring much effort. Once everything is mixed, serve them into bowls and keep in the fridge till ready to eat. Garnish with the nuts of choice.


One of the easiest dessert I have made to date and very delicious.


Additional tidbit about nutmeg: Health Benefits of Nutmeg: Nutmeg cures stomach ache, diarrhea and helps to detoxify the body, reduces blood pressure and increases blood circulation. It is also good for digestion, reducing acidity, relieving vomiting, flatulence and is used as a medicine for respiratory problems. (Source: http://www.organicfacts.net/nutrition-facts/herbs-and-spices/nutritional-value-of-cinnamon-and-nutmeg.html)

8 comments:

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

amazingly easy and yum dish!

Guna's kitchen said...

yummy.. luks delicious
first time here .. u have a lovely space and good collection of recipes.. happy to follow u ...if u find time do visit my blog

joven said...

beautiful blog..pls visit mine and be a follower.. thanks and God bless..

http://forlots.blogspot.com/

Sanjeeta kk said...

Lovely Srikhand. Nice to be here. Best wishes.

Sharmi said...

never tasted amarkand before:) looks yum!

Satrupa said...

Thanks Pragyan for visiting and following my site. Good to know about Sorisa .... me being an Odiya can totally relate to it.
The desert looks drool worthy ..... you have tickled my sweet tooth.
Cheers n Happy Cooking,
Satrupa

http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

Shanthi said...

Nice recipe. Post often

n33ma said...

simple and tasty.