Semolina Cream And Mango Pudding Recipe

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The Lebanese Recipes Kitchen (The home of delicious Lebanese Recipes and Middle Eastern food recipes) invites you to try Semolina Cream and Mango Pudding Recipe. Enjoy the Middle Eastern Cuisine and learn how to make Semolina Cream and Mango Pudding.

Serves: 8 persons
Preparation time :     15 minutes
Cooking time :     25 minutes

Ingredients

2½ cups water or 625 ml
1 tin NESTLÉ® Sweetened Condensed Milk or 397 g
½ cup fine semolina or 80 g
2 eggs
3 tablespoons raisins
½ cup flaked almonds or 50 g, toasted
1 tablespoon rose water
1 tablespoon blossom water
2 cups canned mango nectar or 500 ml
¼ cup sugar or 50 g
3 tablespoons corn flour

Preparation

In a medium saucepan, place water and NESTLÉ® Sweetened Condensed Milk . Stir occasionally to boil.

In a separate bowl, beat semolina and eggs together. Add this mixture to the simmering milk, stirring vigorously for 3 minutes or until the mixture thickens.

Remove the saucepan from the heat; add raisins, almonds, rose water and orange blossom water. Stir and pour over individual bowls or a large serving plate. Set aside until it cools.

In a small saucepan combine mango juice, sugar and corn flour. Bring to boil with constant stirring until the mixture boils and thickens then pour it over the cooled cream mixture and set a side to cool then place in the fridge until the serving time.

Nutritional Information:

Energy :     333.00 Kcal
Protein :     8.00 g
Carbohydrate :     57.00 g
Fats :     8.50 g

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