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Chia Coconut Mango Pudding | Playful Cooking #chia #mango #breakfast #pudding #coconutlink to Chia Mango Pudding

Chia Mango Pudding

Chia Coconut Mango Pudding is a creamy chia pudding. I prepared it with coconut milk layered with mango bites and topped with more coconut flakes. It's smooth and deliciously sweet at every bite with a mild crunch from the coconut flakes. You can make this chia pudding with any variety of seasonal fruits you like. But I have to say that mangoes it extra tasty.

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Soba Noodles with Mango

Soba noodles, tossed with thin strips of mango and cucumber, dressed in spicy chili soy vinaigrette! This Soba noodles Mango Salad  makes for a great summer meal because it takes only a few minutes to prepare while giving you all the time to enjoy the season. And the best part is that it tastes delicious, warm or cold.

Mango Cardamom No-Churn Ice Cream | Playful Cookinglink to Mango Cardamom No-Churn Ice Cream

Mango Cardamom No-Churn Ice Cream

Creamy mango with aromatic cardamom is a foolproof flavor pairing combination. When you add sweet dairy to this combination, it becomes an absolute indulgence! This Mango Cardamom No-Churn Ice Cream made three kids and four adults very happy on the Memorial Day weekend barbecue party. The best thing about this ice cream is that it is very simple to make. You don’t need an ice cream machine and still get the luscious smooth texture.

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Aam Daal (Green Mango Lentil Stew)

Aam Daal is a quintessential Bengali daal (lentil stew) prepared throughout the mango season. It's mildly sour from using the green mango and utterly comforting when paired with steamed white rice. It is most commonly prepared using red lentil (masoor daal) but you can use your choice of daal too.

Mango Panna Cotta | Playful Cooking #mango #dessert #sweets #pannacotta #cream #creamlink to Mango Panna Cotta

Mango Panna Cotta

If you are ever in doubt of what dessert to make for a party or for random mid-week indulgence, go for a Panna Cotta. It’s the easiest thing that one can pull off with absolutely minimal effort. Every time I make something as simple as a panna cotta, I wonder why don’t I make it more often! I made Mango Panna Cotta last week. It was absolutely luscious, velvety and so smooth to the palate.

Green Mango Mustard Kashundi | Playful Cookinglink to Green Mango Mustard Kashundi

Green Mango Mustard Kashundi

Mustard seeds and mustard oil are quite essential components in Bengali kitchen. It’s widely used in several dishes for everyday cooking. Past few years or so, people are trying to avoid mustard oil and switch to vegetable oil instead. However, there are still some dishes that are incomplete without that the distinctive sharp taste that only mustard oil can give. There are countless dishes where mustard seed paste is used along with mustard oil. Yellow mustard to be precise! As a kid, it was a flavor I couldn’t embrace but now, it’s a totally different story. I enjoy cooking with…

Mango Mini Pies | Playful Cookinglink to Mango Mini Pies

Mango Mini Pies

The idea of baking a pie is daunting, at least to me! I did bake tart a few times in the past but I never tried to make a pie. That golden crust, flaky texture and making sure it won’t go all droopy at the end, it’s a little intimidating! Few weeks back, I finally gave it a go. I was panicking the entire time and kept a low expectation. All I could hear in my head is ‘cold cold, everything should be cold!’. With some effort and Arvind’s help, I managed to bring it all together and crossed my…

Raw Mango Cooler (Aam Pana) | Playful Cookinglink to Raw Mango Cooler (Aam Panna)

Raw Mango Cooler (Aam Panna)

Some journeys you just can’t forget. I was going home on a short holiday, eager and cheerful, when I boarded the flight. It’s a short 2-½ hour journey from Bangalore to Kolkata. The time usually zooms by even before you realize. However, that journey felt like never ending! Almost immediately after taking off, it started. Turbulence! Bad ones, most of us were freaking out and some even screamed. I am always terrified of it. I was scared, sick to the stomach and desperately waiting to get out of that flight. A very fine crewmember came towards me, sat down, held…

Mango Chili Chicken Lollipop | Playful Cookinglink to Mango Chili Chicken Lollipop

Mango Chili Chicken Lollipop

I don’t recall how and when I fell in love with chicken wings but for as long as I can remember, a plate of sticky chicken wings makes my belly dance a happy tune. That’s one thing I can possibly eat daily, keeping guilt far far away. Back in California, when we noticed this shop called Wingstop, I went bonkers and several nights throughout my pregnancy days, it was our dinner. The madness didn’t stop even after the baby arrived. The variety they offer is just incredible and quite creative. Although chicken wings are available in India, it’s not very common…