Mango Pudding: A Traditional Chinese Specialty

Want to enjoy a taste of Chinese culture? Join us on a culinary journey to China! This mango pudding is a real Chinese speciality, with a melt-in-the-mouth, creamy flavour that makes it a refreshing, delicious dessert for summer. Enjoy with a lovely cup of tea and some Asian music.

Preparation time

15 min (+ cool down for 2h)


4-6 servings





For 4-6 servings

250 g mango (blended into a puree)

250 ml coconut milk

4 gelatine sheets

2 tbsp Zùsto

A pinch of salt

Preparation method



Dissolve the gelatine sheets in cold water.


Heat the pureed mango, coconut milk, Zùsto and the salt over a low heat. Do not boil, but do ensure that everything is dissolved.


Squeeze the water out of the gelatine sheets and add them one by one to the mixture. Stir well until everything is dissolved.


Pour into individual bowls or ramekins. Cool, then cover with cling film.


Refrigerate for at least two hours. Decorate with mint leaves, fresh fruit or edible flowers.

Nutritional values

Nutrition per serving Per 100 g Per serving
Energy (KJ/kcal) 560.8 / 133.9 548.5 / 131
Fats (g) 9.0 8.8
Of which saturates (g) 8.0 7.85
Carbohydrate (g) 10.0 9.8
Sugar (g) 7.3 7.1
Fibre (g) 4.8 4.7
Protein (g) 3.1 3.0
Salt (g) 0.343 0.335
Nutri-score C