4 Reviews

The yogurt was drained last night and sweetner added. It sat in the fridge until this evening. This is a wonderful blending of tartness from the yogurt and the sweet of the mango. DH isn't a real cardamom lover and he thought the taste was a little strong and I thought it was very good!

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PaulaG July 20, 2006

Really quite lovely and so delicately aromatic. I think toasting the saffron is imperative as there is a subtle change in flavour. I used Greek yoghurt. A keeper.

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evelyn/athens July 14, 2006

I used powdered saffron which led me to skip the toasting of it and omitting the water. I did beat but that to can get skipped for I would have liked it as it was from the fridge just fold in some sugar. It was nice and thick but once beaten it semed to thin out a bit. Very Very good and tasty! Thanks!

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Rita~ June 29, 2006

Oh, yummy. I had a surplus of mangoes on hand after making baby food and this was a perfect way to pare some of them down. There wasn’t any left for my breakfast as I had planned. LOL

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Amis September 22, 2005
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