Fancy Dessert Recipe: Mango Cake with Cardamom Cream Recipe
Often, we all love indulging ourselves in some fancy dessert options without thinking about the calories and the push-ups it would bring along later. And, how about if I say that this fancy Mango cake is probably one of the easiest centerpiece dessert option to adorn your party dinner table.
I know what you are thinking right now! That I have probably gone nuts, or something. But trust me on this when I say that this recipe is one of those ones where you can pull together the whole shebang without breaking a single sweat.
If you have some Whipping Cream or Double Cream in your pantry then you can very well pull together for tonight as well. Don’t believe me? Check the recipe of this Mango Cake with Cardamom Cream here and decide for yourself.
For the base of the cake, I have used my Vanilla Sponge Cake Recipe which has been tried and tested over a million times and has always been a hit. You can get the Vanilla Sponge Cake recipe here. If you are thinking of going for a delicately fragrant Mango Sponge Cake for the base of this dessert, then you can definitely bake yourself a Mango Sponge Cake and use that instead. Get the recipe for Mango Sponge Cake here.
Rest of the recipe of putting together this dessert is given here:
This is a unique take on Mango cake recipe. This summer try this super exotic Mango dessert recipe where a cake is layered with Cardamom flavored cream and Mango slices.
- 1/2 cup Whipping Cream If using unsweetened, then add 2 tbsp Granulated Sugar
- 1 tsp Cardamom Powder
- 1/2 tsp Rose Extract
- 2 Mangoes Finely Sliced
Prepare the Cardamom Cream by whipping the cream till soft peaks.
Add the Rose Extract and Cardamom Powder and whisk till stiff peaks.
Take the Cake and slice it horizontally. Fill the cream between the two layers and allow it to set in refrigerator for 15 minutes.
After that crumb coat and let it set for another 10-15 minutes.
Now, finally pile some more cream on the top of the cake for the ultimate flavour of cardamom and rose.
Take the Mango slices and start arranging them in overlapping circles to look like a flower.
Chill and Serve