Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Mango Ice Cream


We were very happy to get a bumper yield from our mango tree this year. The smaller ones went into the pickles and we let the bigger ones ripen in between layers of newspaper inside a carton.

The pleasant aroma of the King Of  Fruits was enough to advertise that they were ripe and ready to be savoured.
Though the colour of the home grown mangoes is no match for the golden and glamorous mangoes available in the market, the natural nectar filled sweet  taste undoubtedly beats them all. 

Here is a recipe of Mango Ice Cream prepared using the organic home grown mangoes of the season.
Pulp of ripe mangoes - 2 cups 
Milk - 2 1/2 cups + 1/4 cup 
Sugar ( optional) - 3 tbsps 
Rice flour or Corn flour Or Maida - 1 tbsp
1. Cut the mangoes and scoop out the pulp.

2. Boil the milk until it reduces to half its volume. 
3. Mix the flour in another 1/4 cup of milk to make a paste. 
4. Stir in the paste into the boiling milk and cook till it becomes smooth and creamy. 
5. When the milk cools down blend the milk, mango pulp and sugar together in a blender.

6. Pour into an airtight container and freeze for three hours.

Enjoy the fresh organic Mango Ice Cream to your heart's content.

7 Post your Comments:

Amarendra said...

So yummilicious!!!!

Tina said...

My fav icecream...Looks yummy..Check my space for anothe easy and yummy ice cream recipe..

Leelagovind said...

this must be delicious..will add to my to do list..

Srimathi said...

This is so nice that you have used rice flour.

Priya said...

Yummy icecream, feel like having some scoops..

LG said...

ahaa..I am missing all Indian mangoes! We got 2 Benisha mangoes for 5$ here. Nothing can beat the taste of our Mango :D. Ice Cream looks yummo..

viji said...

My mouthwatering on seeing this.