My Aunt Loredana’s Mandarin Pudding

My Aunt Loredana's Mandarin Pudding

My Aunt Loredana’s Mandarin Pudding

Che bonta`!!!😋


This is a recipe inherited from my Aunt Loredana, the Mandarin Pudding, as you may have guessed, is made out of fresh mandarin juice.
I like to use seasonal fruits and March is the last good month for orange and mandarin fruits.

My Aunt Loredana's Mandarin Pudding

Do not miss this opportunity to make this masterpiece, so hurry to the grocery store because I’m going to show you my way, step-by-step, to making Mandarin Pudding.

March is the month indicating the end of winter and early spring where everything is awakening from its winter slumber.

Oh, by the way do you like this picture?

My Aunt Loredana's Mandarin Pudding

Sicily celebrates the arrival of Spring in Agrigento with the festival “Sagra del mandorlo in fiore,” the Almond Blossom Festival.
Folk groups, arrived from all parts of the world, performing at the “Valle dei  Templi” (archaeological site) to celebrate the return to life and as a symbol of the awakening is the almond tree in bloom.
Homer tells the flowering of the almond tree with the love story of Acamante and Phyllis.
Acamante went in Trojan war that lasted 10 years.
Phyllis waited all these years for the return of her beloved, but she unfortunately did not see him arrive between survivors, and she died of grief.
The goddess Athena touched by her death decided to turn her into an almond tree.
Acamante returned and learned of the death of his princess and the fact that Athena transformed her into an almond tree, he went to the tree and hug it.

The almond tree, just as Acamante hugged it, flourished.

My Aunt Loredana’s Mandarin Pudding

Prep Time20 mins
Resting Time3 hrs
Course: Dessert, Snack
Keyword: delicious, dessert, gelo, italian dessert, pudding, sicilian dessert
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 Lt fresh filtered mandarin juice 4 cups
  • 6 tbsp brown sugar
  • 4 tbsp corn starch
  • grated lemon peel

Instructions

  • Squeeze the mandarins to obtain 1lt (4 cups) of juice.
  • Filter it to remove  pulp and seeds.
  • Pour the juice in a saucepan with the brown sugar, cornstarch, lemon peel, and
    the cinnamon stick.
  • Heat the mixture, stirring constantly until it becomes thick.
  • Remove the mixture from the stove and take out the lemon peel
    and cinnamon stick.
  • Pour the mixture into the mold and then leave it to cool
    completely.
  • Before serving, garnish with strawberries, pistachio or you can
    sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Notes

ENJOY!❤️
 
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