It’s the season of mangoes, time to indulge and try recipes with it. Sheera or rawa kesari is often made in all homes. Do give a try with mango, it’s tasty. Mango Sheera is soft and smooth pudding like sweet delicacy made with mango pulp and semolina.

One can also make it using pineapple and banana.

This is vegan recipe.

mango sheera
mango sheera

My other mango recipes are here

 

mango and coconut burfi, virgin mango mojito, mango parfait

Instant mango pickle recipe was a big hit last time.

Let’s get to the recipe of Mango Sheera

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup semolina (bombay rawa)
  • 1 cup mango pulp (2 medium mangoes)
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tbsp ghee
  • a few strands saffron
  • 4 cardamom powdered

Method:

  1. Extract the pulp of mango and whisk it.
  2. Take a spoon of ghee and roast the semolina along with dry fruits. It should be light brown in colour and give a good aroma. Remove the roasted semolina and put it aside.
  3. Put water along with sugar and saffron strands and put it to boil. Once the water boils, put the mango pulp and give a stir.
  4. Now, add the roasted semolina slowly. Keep stirring in between, lest lumps are formed.
  5. Let cook for sometime. The consistency should be thick.
  6. Finally, add cardamom powder to it.
mango sheera
mango sheera
mango sheera
mango sheera

Mango sheera, mango kesari

Mango sheera is a sweet delicacy made of semolina and mango pulp. It is tasty and makes a good choice for breakfast or lunch.

Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 people
Author jayashree

Ingredients

  • 1 cup semolina (bombay rawa)
  • 1 cup mango pulp 2 medium sized mangoes
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp ghee
  • 8 cashew broken into pieces
  • 4 cardamom powdered
  • few strands saffron
  • 1 1/2 cup water

Instructions

  1. Extract the mango pulp and whisk it.

  2. Take a spoon of ghee in a pan, add semolina and cashew pieces to it. Roast it gently for three to four minutes. It should be light brown in colour and give a good aroma. Put it aside.

  3. In the same pan, add water, sugar, ghee and saffron strands. Put it to boil. Once it boils, add mango pulp and give a stir. Now, add the roasted semolina to it. Keep stirring in between, lest lumps are formed.

  4. Let cook for sometime. The consistency should be thick. 

  5. Finally, add cardamom powder and mix it well. Mango sheera is ready to serve.

Recipe Notes

  • You can use other dry fruits.
  • Oil should not be used, it imparts a different flavour and smell.
  • Mangoes should be ripe and non fibrous.ย 
  • Use fresh mango pulp.

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32 COMMENTS

  1. An amazing summer treat!! A stunning vegan recipe which could tantalise anybodys taste buds. I am a real fan of your vegetarian recipes. And will soon get your book handy hints. Thanks for this beautiful share Jayashree.

  2. I love mangoes. That is one of the joys of Indian summer. every year i think I should try this and this mango recipe. But, I end up enjoying mangoes as it is. Mango sheera is something new for me. I have heard mango semolina cake, but this sheera looks interesting.

  3. So So delicious and tempting. Sheera is an absolute fav at home and I make it with bananas and nuts during the year but when its summers, it has to be mango, just like you have done. Also, we can always control the amount of sugar when its home made as the pulp lends a sweet taste. Looking at your post, I am now waiting for the fresh batch of mangoes to arrive for making some recipes soon.

  4. Surely its taste would be delicious. In summer anything with mangi taste amazing. I loved this recipe. Bookmarking. will try soon.

  5. Mangoes havent arrived here yet. I love the regular sheera and kiddo is crazy about mangoes. Will make this for her this season as she has already made a list of mango based dishes that I must cook for her!!

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