Monday, 17 June 2019

Stuffed Mango Sandesh



Summer means Mango is on full-fledged. Anywhere one can surely notice mango, that may be in roadside stalls, supermarkets, backyards and even on roadside trees. Hence noone should miss the chance to enjoy this king fruit, Mango. And being a huge lover of Mango, my pantry always is loaded with varieties of mangoes. Also I never mind to have this fruit at any time of the day 😋



This year, I have already prepared and posted some dishes in my blog using either raw or ripe mangoes are 
And also many other before are there too, do check. So before the mango season goes away, one should definitely make use of this fruit.



Well, today's post is a sweet dessert using mango that too from Bengali cuisine as 'Stuffed Mango Sandesh'. Doesn't it sound interesting ? oh yes, it is. Some days before, we were at a party and there I came across a dessert similar to this where some chocolate sandeshes are rolled with pineapple slices. Oh my goodness, i was just in love with that, they had so beautifully presented those cute sandeshes. As the mango season is going on, so I prepared some mango sandeshes rolled with thinly slices of mangoes. Completely gluten free dessert is this.



The process is quite simple and easy. One can within a few times, prepare these cute looking sandeshes. I always prefer to use homemade chhena rather than store bought ones. Instead of chhena, some paneer can be opted here. As I am using chhena so I just mash with heels of my hand to get a soft texture so that all other ingredients'll easily incorporated with that. If paneer is used, then i will suggest to take all the ingredients along with paneer in a blender jar and just blend to get a smooth paste. 



Rest other procedure is same for both chhena as well as paneer. Mango essence if possible do add in the sandesh, I don't have so added cardamom powder. These stuffed mango sandeshes are perfect eye-catchy dessert option in any party or gathering celebration. After preparing, these can be stored in refrigerator and also taste great if served cold ! Some more sandesh from my blog are Pista Sandesh, Strawberry Sandesh. Do check.



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Dessert, Gluten free, Mango, Sandesh, Bengali Cuisine, Vegetarian Dessert, Sondesh
Dessert, Gluten free, Mango, Sandesh
Bengali
Author: sasmita

Stuffed Mango Sandesh

a most popular Bengali dessert flavored with Mango and stuffed with thin mango slices
prep time: 15 Mcook time: 15 Mtotal time: 30 M

ingredients:

  • Chenna 250 gram
  • Mango 1 no.
  • Mango pulp 2-3 tbsp
  • Sugar (powdered) 7 tbsp
  • Cardamom powder 1/2 tsp
  • Saffron few strands
  • Pistachio (finely chopped)   for garnishing

instructions:

How to cook Stuffed Mango Sandesh

  1. Wash and peel the mango.
  2. Cut thin slices of mango lengthwise and keep over a plate lined with paper towel.
  3. Then take the chenna in a plate and mash it with heels of the hand till it becomes soft & you start feeling the oil in the palm.
  4. Then stop mashing and add powdered sugar, cardamom powder and mango pulp. Mix well.
  5. Take this mixture in a heavy bottom pan and cook over low heat.
  6. Stir continuously, till the mixture starts leaving the pan and is thickened like a soft dough consistency.
  7. Turn off the heat and keep aside to cool completely.
  8. Make small balls from the soft dough, give 2-2.5 inch long cylindrical shape.
  9. Now take one mango slice, place one mango sandesh on the center and roll gently so that the mango slice cover the sandesh.
  10. Similarly roll all the sandeshes.
  11. Sprinkle some finely chopped pistachios and saffron strands on the top of each stuffed mango sandesh.
  12. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve !!

NOTES:

Mango essence if available then add instead of cardamom powder here. Always preferred to serve chilled. Sweetness is as desired.




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This Stuffed Mango Sandesh is contributed for 200th theme of the Foodie Monday Blog Hop foodie group. It is such a proud moment for all the very cooperative members of this group who are continuously contributing to the group which is reached at its 200th no of post. As you must be known that this is a Facebook group which focuses to make a new post as a per a theme decided earlier by the members of the group. This time for the celebration, we decided to cook recipes from our fellow members blog following the Robin Round method. And for me, after my name alphabetically Sujata Roy di's name comes. While searching through out her blog, many Bengali sweets came to knowledge and from those I opted the Mango Sandesh, but with some variation.

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8 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! These Stuffed Mango Sandesh look so tempting! Gorgeous pics!

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  2. The mango sandesh are too adorable and cute to eat Sasmita ! Perfect treat for mango lover like me. The recipe also sounds quiet easy.

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  3. I just feel like looking at them. How did you manage to cut the mango slices so perfectly so that you can roll them up. They are just divine and an absolute treat. Yum

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  4. Loved the idea of rolling sandesh in mango slices. You made my beautiful sandesh gorgeous by modifying it 😀
    Loved it.

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  5. Mango Sandesh itself looking juicy nd very tempting,idea of wrapping it with mango is very innovative thought. Can feel the taste of it with Mango, super delicious 👌

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  6. Sasmita, such a beautiful looking mithai. I simply could not stop ogling at it. An apt dish for the important celebration. How did you manage to keep the mango slices rolled, without it opening up? Did you have to secure it with a toothpick?

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    1. thank you di ! well, the mango has to be neither too much ripe (otherwise cant make slices from the mangoes) or too much unripe (otherwise the slices wont fold easily). After slicing just place over a paper towel so that the liquid that oozes out from the slices get absorbed. And after that it becomes so easy to fold around the sandeshes.

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  7. Congrats on 200th Post!! You have simply killed it Sasmita. These stuffed mango sandesh looks absolutely gorgeous. Beautifully recreated.

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