Mango Peda


Peda is a very popular traditional styled Indian milk-based sweet made with khoya/mawa/evaporated milk solids. However, Mango Peda Recipe here is the instant version using milk powder and mango pulp. This is an easy flavored sweet requiring very little ingredients. In this recipe no extra sugar has been added. It requires very little time and effort. It can be made in just under 15-20 minutes. As the milk powder already has sugar there is no need to add sugar. Sugar is required if using unsweetened milk powder. Always use non-fibrous, sweet mangoes while making any sweet or beverage. These mango sweets could be easily stored for a week if refrigerated in an airtight container. Mango Peda Recipe can be served as dessert after a grand feast or can even be shared with friends. Pedas are very popular in Indian Cuisine and is the most popularly shared sweet during festive occasions. There are a wide range of flavoring options like elaichi, vanilla. chocolate or any other tropical fruit pulp.

I am basically a great fan of mangoes. Mangoes grow in plenty in India and during summers we enjoy a pretty good harvest. Almost all houses have a mango tree in their backyard. Preparing Mango Peda was the easiest and most tastiest option that came to my mind. Moreover, if you are already bored with the same old mango based desserts, then this is the best possible option for a change. You kids will enjoy a lot. Both young and old as well will enjoy the dessert. You will never get Mango Peda for storing purposes, it will be finished by then. Keep in mind and check for quality of mangoes. Soft, juicy mangoes make a good deal. Mangoes are nutritious, rich in vital nutrients required for body. Now lets go through Mango Peda Recipe here….Enjoy the favorite with your family.

Mango Peda Recipe

Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Cuisine North Indian
Servings 7 People



  • Blend the chopped mangoes into fine puree and set aside. Heat a nonstick pan with ghee. Once the ghee starts melting add mango puree.
  • Stir continuously for 2 minutes. Then add milk powder and cardamom powder. Stir continuously until all the moisture evaporates and the mixture thickens. Make sure not to overcook.
  • Once done, turn off the flame and set aside to cool down. Grease your palms with ghee, divide the peda dough into equal portions. Take a portion, roll with your palm and make a round crack free ball shape. Now gently press a finger on the top and put some chopped pistachio or any dry fruits.
  • Mango pedas are ready. Refrigerate and serve.


You can visit this link Mango Ice Cream. You can also visit this link Tasty Mango Jelly Pudding.
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