8 Mango Desserts People Make Around The World
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Summers come with many delicious fruits, making our summers bearable and taking the heat down a notch. Among those fruits, Mango is one of the most loved ones ever. The alleged uncrowned king of the fruits comes in a lot of varieties. Mango is a delicacy that you can use to make delicious desserts. People worldwide enjoy mangoes in the form of puddings, shakes, tarts, and cheesecakes. So make the most of this summer season by enjoying some delicious mango dessert.

Here is a list of all the mango desserts which you can enjoy this summer.

1. Mango custard vanilla slice 

A popular three-layered puff pastry and mango vanilla slice originally originated in France. This recipe comes with or without puff pastry on top.

2. Mango Panna Cotta

Panna cotta is a traditional Italian dessert that translates as ‘cooked cream.’ This dessert only sounds complicated but is not difficult to make at all. A mixture of gelation and cream topped with digestive biscuits. This french inspired dessert with a twist of mango is a must-try this season.

3. White Chocolate Mango Mousse

Who does not love cheesecakes? It is rumored that a Roman politician in the first century B.C. is credited with recording the oldest known Roman cheesecake recipe. As the Romans expanded their empire, they brought cheesecake recipes to the Europeans. This season try a no-bake cheesecake from the comfort of your home. This recipe is delicious and easy to make, which is perfect for a mango lover.

4. Mexican Mango habanero hot sauce

This Mexican recipe is a favorite for its fruity sweetness and balanced spice level.

5. Thai Mango Sticky Rice

This is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango, and coconut milk. The type of rice used is jasmine rice. Named after the sweet-smelling jasmine flower, the rice is grown in Thailand, and its key characteristics are a slightly sweet, fragrant flavor and sticky glutinous texture.

6. Mango Phirni Recipe

South Asia’s two most precious items are combined to create a traditional dessert. This phirni recipe is a must-have for any conventional awaits you are planning this summer.

7. Mango and Thai Basil Ice Cream

Originated in Thailand, it is a mixture of flavors from south Asia and that basil.

8. Mango Salsa

Salsas originated in Central and South America in pre-Columbian times with the Aztec, Incan, and Mayan cuisines. A combination of two flavors, mango salsa with a kick of chilies and spices.

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