How to Make Low-Fat Milk Mohallabieh Pudding ~ 0 Cholesterol

  • on July 11, 2018
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The Lebanese Mohallabieh Pudding

A Low Fat Recipe with Zero Cholesterol

 

I could say without hesitation that the Mohallabieh is the most made pudding in Lebanon. The term is a derivative of Haleeb, meaning milk. It’s basically a milk pudding that is fragrant with Mastic, Rosewater, and Orange-Blossom Water, and sweetened with sugar. It is served in individual bowls, topped with grounded Pistachio Nuts, and chilled for an ultimate refreshing and nutritious pudding.

This healthy recipe contains 1 gr fat only, and zero cholesterol. We use Low-Fat Powder Milk.

You and your children will love this Mohallabieh pudding for a light and sweet snack that is nutritious. It takes 20 minutes to get ready. I recommend you double the quantity because your family will be asking for more. 🙂

 

To Your Good Health, Enjoy!

 

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Mohallabieh Pudding Recipe: 1g fat, 0 Cholesterol

Course Dessert
Cuisine Lebanese
Keyword Cornstarch, Healthy Pudding, Low-Fat, Mastic, Orange-Blossom Water, Pistachio Nuts, Powder Milk, Pudding, Rosewater, Zero Cholesterol
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 6 bowls

Ingredients

  • 9 tbsps Low-Fat Powder Milk
  • 4 tbsps Cornstarch
  • 3 tbsps Sugar
  • 3 cups Water
  • 3 pieces Mastic Gum, pounded also called Arabic Gum in nature stores and pharmacies
  • 1 tbsp Rosewater
  • 1 tbsp Orange-Blossom Water
  • 6 tsps Pistachio Nuts pounded

Instructions

  1. In a large casserole, mix well the Milk with water, cornstarch, and sugar.

    Turn on the heat to medium, and stir continuously until the milk starts boiling.

    Add the Mastic, the Rosewater, and the Blossom Water, and stir non-stop until the milk mixture thickens.

    Pour it into 6 bowls and place them in the fridge for the pudding to get its thick texture.

    At serving time, garnish with pistachio nuts, and serve cold.

Comments


  • YUM . definitely trying this

    Elena July 11, 2018 9:56 am Reply
    • You will love it 🙂 Let me know of your experience!

      Claudys July 11, 2018 10:05 am Reply
  • Hello. Can I use milk for this recipe? How many ml? Thanks 🙂

    Nat December 20, 2018 11:03 am Reply
    • Hi Nat, the general rule is that 4 Tablespoons of powder milk or dry milk can be substituted with 1 cup of liquid milk, discarding the water in the recipe. However, I recommend substituting the 3 cups of water in my recipe with 3 cups of milk since the powder milk I used is low-fat and instant.
      Let me know how it comes out with you.
      All the best!

      Claudys December 20, 2018 5:11 pm Reply
    • Hi there! Of course, you can use milk 🙂 Substitute the 3 cups of water with 3 cups of normal liquid milk. It is the original recipe. I use low-fat powder milk to get a low-fat dessert of same taste and consistency as the original; something low-fat liquid milk would not produce. However, if you want to try it, and would be pleased with the overall outcome, let us know please. 🙂
      All the best, and very happy holiday!

      Claudys December 23, 2018 6:33 pm Reply

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