Guava – Hmm i am sure a fruit  which no one would like to ever refuse to eat.I never realised that i would prepare guava pudding,the fruit which i used to eat raw since my childhood never heard about any recipes prepared from guava,but many sites they have their more experimented and delicious guava recipes now a days.

Guava is a tropical fruit that contains about four times the amount of vitamin C as an orange.  Eating  more guavas will be kept you healthier.

My mother who loves nature,had planted a  guava tree in our front yard. I remember when rain or monsoon comes,the tree blossomed with  flowers and  laden with sweet amruds/guava.

Rest of the seasons the tree provides less guavas and has slight sourness in taste.Perhaps the  monsoon water makes the fruit more sweeter than other seasons.:).Our big guava tree has growing branches fewer inside our home and more out side.So every passer by pluck fruit and enjoying a lot.

The reason of guava pudding is just because of   lock down..Literally there were enough fruits and we cant distribute in neighbours,so i started experiment to prepare pudding from sweet and ripe guava.

Although the fruit it self is taste precious but when the fruit puree indulge with coconut milk make the pudding more silky and soaked basil are looking eye catching inside the pudding .

Peeled guavas.Separated both seed pulps and creamy flesh of guava using spoon,knife.@DELIGHTSUM
Peeled guavas.Separated both seed pulps and creamy flesh of guava using spoon,knife.@DELIGHTSUM
Blended seed pulps.Sprinkle water over the pulp to easily remove the seeds.@DELIGHTSUM
Blended seed pulps.Sprinkle water over the pulp to easily remove the seeds.@DELIGHTSUM
discard the strained seeds and collect the pulps@DELIGHTSUM
discard the strained seeds and collect the pulps@DELIGHTSUM
mix both pulps in a bowl.@DELIGHTSUM
mix both pulps in a bowl.@DELIGHTSUM

Relish this silky shiny and scrumptious pudding with full gratitude and joyful.


Guava Pudding

yield : servings 2

prep time : 10 mins

total time : 5 mins


Things we need to prepare

  • 2 ripe guavas (peeled,seeded)
  • 1 cup thick Coconut milk
  • 3 to 4 tsp  soaked Basil seeds
  • 1 tbsp sugar -as desire
  • water

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Soak basil seeds in little water overnight before planning for guava pudding.

Wash and pat  the guavas.Now trim its both the ends.Remove the skin or peel off the guava using a potato peeler.Slit the fruit from the middle.This will separate the fruit into two parts. Now, take a spoon and scoop out the seeds quickly.Keep the  whole seeds pulp on a plate.

Now chop the white creamy flesh of  guava into small pieces and  blend the chopped guava into fine puree.


Blend guava seed pulps and separate seeds using a strainer.In the time of blending you can use little water to make it slight thicker. Sprinkle little water over the  guava seeds will be easier to separate the pulp and seeds as well.

Now mix both the puree in a bowl.

In the time of blending you can use little water to form smooth and fine puree.


Take coconut milk,guava puree and sugar as you desire and blend to form a smooth puree.Pour it into a bowl, add soaked basil seeds and mix them well.

Pour the mixture into a serving glass/bowl and chill in refrigerator before serving.

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