Mango rabri recipe, an easy to make, traditional Indian dessert prepared with reduced milk, mango puree and fragrant saffron that is bursting with fruity summer flavors
Mango rabri recipe is a simple dish with minimal ingredients yet high on flavor. A rich, creamy, fruity, tradtional Indian dessert with a soft pudding like texture. A heavenly combination of creamy rabri, fruity mango and aromatic saffron.
I have a lot of ripe mangoes waiting to be finished. I spent early hours in the morning making mango puree to prepare summer desserts including mango lassi, milkshake, and smoothie. While preparing the puree, the milk was simmering away for rabri preparation. It is a time-consuming mango dish but worth the effort since its a royal dessert in the making. 🙂
An easy, summertime dessert that puts the season’s best fruit to good use. The traditional way of making rabri does take time as milk has to cook on slow fire till it reduces to one-third of its original quantity and becomes a thick mixture. The mango puree once blended into the reduced milk gives an impressive texture. Rabri is versatile as you can add a variety of fruity flavors as add-ins. Mango rabri has the right amount of sweetness, creamy with fragrant mango tones providing a comforting goodness that only the king of fruits can. It makes for a top class mango dessert garnished with flaked almonds, chopped pistachios and chopped mangoes. A perfect party dessert too.
You can follow the quicker route to make aam ki rabri by using condensed milk which is equally delicious. Use good quality sweet mangoes and not the ones which have a sweet-tart flavor. Since mangoes are sweet, use of sugar is minimal. I wouldn’t advise using canned mango pulp. Use freshly pureed mangoes. I like it chilled, so the longer it sits in the fridge, the better the flavor.
A vibrant, tropical refreshing mango dessert that brings a smile on your face. Do give mango rabri recipe a try this summer and share your feedback here. 🙂
How to make mango rabri or aam ki rabri