Saturday, April 21, 2012

Mango Ice Cream - 1


Ingredients:
  • Mango Pulp  1 cup
  • Powdered sugar  1/2 cup
  • Lime juice  2 Tsp
  • Cream (I used Amul fresh cream.) 1 cup

Blend all the ingredients except cream, whip it, sieve it and keep it in the freezer. When it is half set, whip it again. Whip the cream separately and fold it into the mango mixture. Keep it again in the freezer for some time and whip it well. Repeat this process two to three times in a period of 2 hrs. Transfer it into an airtight container and freeze it overnight.


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53 comments:

  1. Creamy delicious ice cream...Ready for a lick..:)

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  2. Simply mouthwatering ice cream. Tina, you have started my day with a bang.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. Adipoli...so perfect for the summer !! I too had tried a similar one..and the flavour is so wow right?

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  4. wow....
    looks gr8 tina
    belated b'day wishes dear :)

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  5. Hi Tina, love your mango ice cream. Look delicious and addictive.

    Have a nice weekend

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  6. yummy ice cream very perfect for summer

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  7. WOW..PERFECT ICE CREAM...would love to have it right now...tempting clicks

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  8. Ice cream looks superb and delicious. Mouthwatering also.

    Cuisine Delights
    My Event-SPOTLIGHT:"HEALTHY BREAKFAST IDEAS" .

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  9. very tempting ..............

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  10. ooh... i am going to make this for sure.. too good... love it

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  11. Wat a super delicious mango ice cream,feel like relishing some.

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  12. wow...super lovely iocecream....

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  13. Yum. I love all the pictures up there, was totally sold when I saw the first pictures. I have made avocado ice cream/sorbet before and am looking forward to try this. Thank you for the recipe.

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  14. Looks absolutely delicious. VEry simple ingredients making awesome ice-cream.

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  15. Looks very tempting and inviting Tina!

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  16. I love both mango and ice cream..and together its heaven!

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  17. yummy and perfect ice cream.....will try soon..

    Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen

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  18. Very nice Tina, I always think I need to make ice cream in a fancy ice cream maker, you proved otherwise. The ice cream is something I might try soon, very sooon :)) Your pictures are beautiful, as always.

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  19. Perfect for summer beautiful color of the ice cream

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  20. nice version tina i usually add condensed milk.

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  21. yum and rich mango icecream

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  22. tina ice cream adipoli aayitonda...thx for keeping it simple to understand

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  23. looking real good..would love to try this now..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  24. Looks too delicious.. love it !

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  25. wow, its too good. creamy :) bookmarked !!

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  26. Very yummy ice cream, looks so inviting.

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  27. Perfect summertime treat, and that too with my fave fruit, mango!!

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  28. Omg... Want to lick the ice cream now.... Hehehe

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  29. Such an exotic recipe for icecream! Loved it and the pics are drool worthy!

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  30. I have never tried to make ice creams, it seems that it's easy!
    with mango they must be delicious!

    Life and travelling
    Cooking

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  31. Hi Tina,
    I am sharing an award with you.
    Plz collect it from my blog..
    http://foodmazaa.blogspot.com.br/2012/04/award-28.html

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  32. Hey this mango ice cream is looking so so delicious and yummy......lovely presentation.........

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  33. Tina, I also use amul fresh cream...but when i try to whip it up...I fail miserably...do u by any chance get it whipped up...if u do pls tell me how to...I love mango ice cream any time...great summer treat for kids without all the preservatives.

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  34. Perfect treat for summer..lovely icecream with minimum ingredients..so tempting pics!!

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  35. And it's the mango season after all, great idea to make a mango flavored ice cream. That too without an ice cream maker!

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  36. great recipe & photo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  37. this looks yum...my kids would love this, simple yet tempting! Am gonna try this soon....

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  38. Ice cream undakki....super easy and quick...my son loved it.

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  39. Tina, when you say Whip it - can I use a Hand held mixer and just run in slow speed? How long?

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    1. Yes, Roshni, you can use a hand-held mixer to whip it and that will make things easier for you. I suggest you to use minimum to medium speeds while doing so. Whip it till the fresh cream turns a little thick, it won't become thick and grow in size like the whip cream. Hope this makes it clear for you, Roshni.

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