BM #116 Day 10 - 

Today is the 6th thali in the category of Simple everyday thalis. This is a very special thali as I have used our freshly harvested raw tomatoes to make Raw Tomato Chutney, Raw Tomato Curry With Moong, and Raw Tomato Dal. Also in the picture are Rice, Yogurt, Mango Fruit Salad, and Uppu Mirapakai (Mor Milagai).

This Mango Fruit Salad is a perfect recipe for a make ahead dessert for a party. Thanks to Sandhya for helping me with the recipe and giving me tips which helped me rest easy.

The measurement for each of the ingredients given in the recipe is just a rough guideline. Feel free to play around the quantities of each of them. It is a simple, no-nonsense recipe. I have since referred this dessert to so many of my friends and family.

We will take a break for Saturday and come back on Sunday with yet another theme for week 3.

Before we go on to the easy peasy recipe, here is a recap of all the posts in week 1 and 2.

Week 1 - Platters

Week 2 - Simple Everyday Mini Thalis

Recipe Source Sandhya
Ingredients - 

Mixed Fruits 3-4 cups (I used apple, banana and grapes)
Mango Pulp about 2 cups (I used the unsweetened Mango Pulp)
Condensed Milk about 1/2 cup
Whipped Cream about a cup

Note - Freel free to adjust the ingredients as per taste. There is no rule for the proportions.

Method Of Preparation -

In a large mixing bowl, whisk together gently the mango pulp, condensed milk and whipped cream until they are combined well and they appear creamy.

Wash and chop all the fruits into bite size pieces.

Toss in the fruits and mix gently. We like to have more fruits with a light coating of the creamy mixture. So adjust accordingly.

Cover and refrigerate for a few hours before serving. It stays good for upto 3-4 days when stored properly in the refrigerator.

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Preparation Time 15 minutes ; Resting time 1 hour +
Serves 10-15 approximately
Posted by Harini R on Friday, September 11, 2020


  1. Narmadha Says:
  2. Mango fruit salad is so delicious and perfect dessert. We usually use mixed fruits to make it. Whole platter is amazing

  3. Suma Gandlur Says:
  4. It seems so fulfilling when we harvest the home grown crops and cook with it, right? You have used the raw tomatoes to cook the whole meal, great. That curry is new to me.

    I make fruit salad sometimes with mango puree but the addition of condensed milk and whipped cream take this dish to a new level. Must have been yummy.

  5. Wow ! Fresh home grown raw tomatoes to make a meal ! Many of these dishes are new to me as I hardly use Green tomatoes .
    The Fruit custard sounds very creamy , like Suma even I have used Mango puree , but never condensed milk and cream ! Noted down ! Will be trying it soon.
    The custard looks fabulous !

  6. Srivalli Says:
  7. That's one delicious thali with the homegrown tomato Harini. And all the dishes sound fantastic...will surely want to make these when I get hold of it. The mango fruit salad looks so yummy!...enjoyed all your thalis..

  8. Srividhya Says:
  9. That's one sinful fruit salad with condensed milk. Love it and cooking with homegrown produce adds its magic touch naa. Love these simple thalis. Nothing can beat them.

  10. cookwithrenu Says:
  11. I love mango in all forms and this salad is perfect dessert.

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