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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe | Eggless Desserts


Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe
After making strawberry cheese cake, I very badly wanted to try the mango version but had to wait for the mango season. And finally last week sat, I made the cream cheese ready and made the mango cheese cake on sunday. I didnt have the springform pan and have no plans of getting it too......as I make cheesecakes only once in a bluemoon so dont want the pan to sleep like the other baking pans which I got :D You can either make it in a springform pan or in individual glasses which is easier for serving too.It was a delicious after meal dessert, we enjoyed to the core and the lil one loved it too.

Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheese Cake Recipe  Ingredients
Recipe Reference : Edible Garden
  • Cream cheese - 250gm
  • Cream - 170 gm
  • Unsalted butter - 75 gm(melted)
  • Sugar - 1/2 cup
  • Mango puree - 3/4 to 1 cup
  • China Grass - 15gms (1 tbsp) - You can substitute with gelatine too
  • Water - 1/4 cup
  • Biscuit crumbs - 1.5 cup
  • Toasted Nuts - 2 tbsp(optional)
I halved the recipe and got 4 individual servings of the cheese cake.So here is the ingredients in cup measures for individual servings:
  • Cream cheese - 3/4 cup
  • Cream - 1/4 cup
  • Unsalted butter - 1/4 cup
  • Sugar - 1/4 cup
  • Mango puree - 1/2 cup + 2 tbsp
  • China Grass - 3/4 tbsp (You can substitute with gelatine too)
  • Water - 1/8 cup
  • Biscuit crumbs - 3/4 cup
  • Toasted Nuts - 1 tbsp (optional)
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe
Method:
1.Take the crackers(I used Britannia cream crackers) and powder it coarsely. Add melted butter to it and mix well till its slightly moist.
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe - Step1
2.The biscuit base is ready. Now its your choice to set the cheese cake in a  8" springform pan else in individual glasses as I did. Spoon the mixture into each individual glasses, press it firmly with the back of a spoon.Refrigerate it...meanwhile we can make the other 2 layers ready. Add china grass in water and heat it up.
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe - Step2
3.The china grass starts dissolving, once its completely dissolved, switch off and keep aside. Chop the mango pieces roughly and puree it until smooth.
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe - Step3
4.Add the puree to the china grass water mixture and mix well. Then add half of the mango china mixture(reserve the other half for the 3rd layer) to a bowl containing cream, cream cheese and sugar. Mix it up until it is evenly distributed.
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe - Step4
5.Take the glass and fill it up the cheese mango layer till 3/4th of the glass. Return it back to the fridge and let is rest there for atleast 1.5 hrs. Then pour the reserved mango puree and allow it to set for 4-5 hours or preferably overnight.
Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe - Step5
Just dry toast the nuts(or with little ghee) until slightly crispy and Serve chilled with chopped nuts of your choice. 

Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe
My Notes:
  • Once the cream cheese is refrigerated...before pouring the mango puree layer - Check whether the cheese layer is firm enoug before you pour the mango puree else it will get mixed with the 2nd layer.
  • If you use gelatine, then use hot water to dissolve gelatine.
  • The layer quantity in each glass is purely your choice.Usually the top layer is very thin in the cheese cake but we liked it this way too.
  • Incase if you dont get fresh mango puree, you can use canned mango pulp too.
  • This suits best for getogethers or partys as you can make it in advance the previous day and serve the delicious after meal dessert in no minutes.
  • You can also use hung curd as I did for my strawberry cheese cake.
  • Eggless No Bake Mango Cheesecake Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

47 comments:

  1. Thats a colorful wonderful Dessert....

    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  2. Yeh. you forgot to mention the sugar, in which part to which layer we have to add that?. Also, I did tried Mango one after looking at your Strawberry ones and it turned up to be very tasty. I did boiled sugar to one string and added the puree and boiled for a few mins and then topped it up over my creamy layer.

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  3. I have tried this as well and been posted on my blog.. this is an absolutely graceful dessert!!! Love it to the core!!

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  4. very delicious dessert...looks perfect..

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  5. That looks awesome and nicely explained too

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  6. @Anandhi : Thanks for noting down, just now updated it...:)

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  7. Sooooooo tempting..Love anything with mango. Lovely.

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  8. yummy....one.......... :) wellpresented

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  9. Lovely cheese cake with mango.going to try it.

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  10. Lovely one sharmi. I have same post in mine too.

    http://foodoverip.blogspot.in/2012/02/super-easy-no-bake-mango-cheesecake.html

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  11. Beautiful Cheesecake, totally in love with your pics!

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  12. Wow, they look amazing, beautiful color

    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com

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  13. such a delicious cheesecake cake...love all ur mango recipe collection...

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  14. Wow...cute and yummy cheese cake....Love with this...Beautiful clicks too..

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  15. Have never tried a cheese cake, this one looks so tempting with my fav fruit, I have to try this soon :)

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  16. so beautiful and tempting dessert :) yummo !!

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  17. awesome..
    sharmi, i tried ur eggless sponge cake.. it is really good. u know i tried it with a pressure cooker. no mess.. it came out very nice. enjoyed on our wedding day. v loved it very much. tons of thanks.

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  18. Wow Sharmi its too tempting!Love the step by step pics.

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  19. What a wonderful pics of eggless no bake mango cheesecake you have here.
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  20. wow, looks lovely. i must try this sometime. u made me drooll..

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  21. Sharmi..Same pinch,This week I made this dessert n is in my drafts now..I used PAneer..Wow..Ur's look way too tempting dear

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  22. i have never made a cheesecake. bookmarked this recipe to make it soon hopefully before the mangoes are gone.

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  23. This is a must in the mango season.. love ur pics:)) Drooolllinnng!!

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  24. Yummmm!!!! Loved this easy & light version :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  25. hi i had a doubt. i'm still new to cooking/baking/making anything edible.

    just wanted to know why you use cream cheese for mango cheesecake and hung curd for strawberry cheesecake can i use hung curd for mango also ?

    thanks

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    1. There is no specific reason for it....just that I wanted to try variations in my cheese cake I tried both with hung curd and homemade cream cheese....Though cream cheese is best for cheesecakes, hung curd is a low fat alternate.

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    2. thanks.
      can i use the normal curd cups which we get in market or should i buy that and drain the water from that ?

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  26. If you are using set curd then no need to hang it...if you buy normal curd you need to make the curd thick for it to set well

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    1. thanks . hoping to try it this weekend :)

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  27. Hi.thanks alot for such a wonderful recipe.I have been thinking of making cheese cake for long but couldn't because of the cream cheese.

    I have a question....tried this recipe today...but the cream cheese mix came out to be really less. I filled it into 4 glasses, could fill 1/4 only...can I thin it down next time

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  28. I found this website through "Cook like a Bong" site. And I must say that am glad I found it. The recipe is yummy and easy to make. Since I have a crate of mangoes, I now know what to do with it. Thanks.

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  29. Hi Sharmi
    Iam a silent visitor and this is my first post to you. I made this but had a few problems hope you would have time to answer them.
    1. The cream cheese(Milky Mist) was very thick after combining it with fresh cream and half mango purée it tasted different not sweet, not the type we eat in restaurant but very rich and a bit sour. It fun mix properly had few tiny baby lumps seen (in short rather coarse)
    2.The top layer was perfect.
    3. The biscuit crumbs refused to come in the spoon along with the other 2 layers. I had to literally break it.
    4. Overall i felt satiated even before after eating half.
    Iam not complaining but I want to make this right. I definitely want to do it again, and make it perfect.
    so I request you to tell me where I had gone wrong.
    Had used canned Alphonse mango pulp, the pulp itself wasn't rather sweet.(would the canned mangoes be sweet?)
    Used china grass.
    J.Ebe

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    1. 1.As far as I know there is no cream cheese in milkymist.I think you might have used cheese instead.Try brittania cream cheese / philadelphia cream cheese or homemade.
      3.The biscuits crumble is slightly moist but after refrigerating, it slightly hardens up.
      I used fresh mangoes and am really not sure of the sweetness of canned mangoes.

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  30. Also I saw in your comments about using curd. So can I replace cream cheese with curd. Would it taste good?
    J.Ebe

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    1. You can replace cream cheese with hung curd(refer strawberry cheese cake recipe) and not plain curd.

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