Mango Bread Pastry - No Bake Dessert

I made this with Alphonso mangoes so often because it is easy, delicious and yummy.  My friends too make this pastry , when I explained to them how to make it and it is a instant hit in their home too.  Make this for your guest and they will shower praises after enjoying this pastry.


4 Slices Bread - white or brown any will do

As Required Slices Mango - cut in the size of the bread slice
3/4 Cup Vanilla Ice Cream

For Mango Glaze
2 Tablespoon Sugar
1/2 Cup Mango Puree
1 Teaspoon Gelatin or Agar Agar powder
2 Tablespoon Water

For the Glaze

Soak the gelatin in water for 5 minutes. 

Take a another pan, mix together  mango puree and sugar, mix well and soaked gelatin . Now switch on the gas and cook the mixture on low heat, stirring continuously, so that it doesn't stick to the bottom. Cook until it becomes translucent and thick 
 ( do not bring it to a boil). It's is ready. Take off flame, take it out on a bowl, keep aside to cool .

For Assembling
Take the bread slices . Take out the ice cream and let it becomes a little soft so that it becomes easy to spread. 

First take one slice and spread a tablespoon ice cream nicely all over. 

Then place the slices of mango. 

Spread a little mango glaze on top. 

Then  spread little ice cream on it.  Take second slice of bread and place it on top then again continue the same process ...first spread ice cream and in this way repeat the process until the fourth slice of bread finally is placed on top . 

Then apply layer of of ice cream and pour mango glaze on the top.   Its summer and so hot as you can see as I am assembling it the ice cream is melting.

Now place  this pastry  in an airtight box and keep it in the freezer for half an hour or more to set . 

When ready to serve take it out, trim the sides and cut from the center  - into two parts. So two pastries are ready , garnish with glazed cherries or mango pieces and serve chilled. Enjoy.. yum...

Labels : Mango, Pastry, Sweets & Desserts, Vegetarian
Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

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