Mango Ice Cream

Mango Ice Cream Recipe (With Cream)

1: Peel and chop 2 large Alphonso mangoes and add them in a blender or mixer jar. You need 2 cups of chopped mangoes. If using canned mango pulp, add about 1 cup of it and proceed from step 3.

2: Blend to a smooth pulp.

3. Then add sugar or powdered jaggery and vanilla extract along with the mangoes in a blender. You can also use honey. You may completely skip adding sugar or jaggery if the mangoes are really sweet. The canned mango pulp is usually quite sweet as it is made from alphonso mangoes, so you may not need to add any additional sugar. Vanilla extract is also optional, depending upon your taste. Mix well until the sugar dissolves or blend for a minute or so.

5. In another bowl begin to whip the whipping cream with an electric beater/hand beater. Make sure that the cream is cold before you start whipping it. 

6. Whip till you get soft peaks in the cream. Don’t overdo as then the cream will curdle and you will get buttermilk and butter.

7. Add the mango pulp to the whipped cream.

8. Mix gently. Do not mix heavily or vigorously – this would lead to the mixture falling flat and loosing its volume resulting in a dense texture.

9. The entire ice cream mixture should be mixed evenly.

10. Pour the ice cream mixture in a container or bowl. Cover the container tightly with a lid. Even the top with a spatula.

11. Keep the ice cream in the freezer for 3 to 4 hours or until it is half-set or half-frozen. Transfer the semi-frozen ice cream to a blender jar or a bowl.

12. Whip again on medium speed for 2 to 3 minutes until smooth and you see the volume increasing. You can also whip in a blender or food processor.

Then pour in the same container and freeze until the ice cream is frozen and set. Remember to cover the container tightly with a lid so that ice crystals do not form.

If you prefer you can also whip the ice cream once more after it partly sets again, for a smoother texture.

Tada! Your mango icecream is ready to be relished by kids and adults alike! Scoop it out and serve in a cone or bowl. You may top the ice cream with the toppings of your choice – finely chopped pista, cashew and almonds go really well with mango ice cream.

Get your Ingredients to make the ice cream here: 

Alphonso Mango Pulp
Jaggery Powder


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