Soft, wobbly, and creamy mango pudding with an amazing aroma of mango is a perfect dessert that feels light and luscious at the same time. The mango pudding is very easy to put together and no cooking is needed.
Combine sugar and gelatin powder. Pour the hot water in and keep stirring until dissolves. Set aside
Combine mango, evaporated milk, milk in a blender or a food processor and blend until smooth. Alternatively, you can also use a hand blender to puree the mango and then combine with milk and evaporated milk. Strain the mixture to make sure it's smooth. Stir in the melted gelatin mixture and stir to combine
I use silicone cup molds, so I don't need to coat the cups with some oil. If you use ceramic cups, I recommend lightly oiling them for easier release if you plan to unmold the pudding. If you going to eat straight from the cup, don't worry about oiling the cups. Transfer the pudding mixture into a spouted cup for easier pouring if you have one
Ladle or pour the pudding mixture into the cups you use. Chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours or overnight for the best result
Cut some mango into cubes. Unmold the pudding into a plate if you choose to do so, otherwise, it can be served in a cup. Top with some mango cubes. Drizzle with more evaporated milk if you want