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Mango Ice Cream ~ 芒果冰淇淋


This is a very easy and quick ice cream recipe without the need for cooking the custard and the end product is just as smooth.  I reduced the amount of sugar for the ripe mangoes were already very sweet and the sweetness was just to my family's liking!






Recipe for Mango Ice Cream   ~  芒果冰淇淋  (adapted from 'here')


Ingredients

  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup cream
  • 90 to 100 gm sugar
  • 2 ripe mangoes, mash up the meat or grate the mango
Method
  1. Blend the cream and sugar on low speed to let the sugar mix well with the cream, for about 15 to 30 secs.
  2. Add milk, blend till everything mixes well together.
  3. Add in the mango pulp, blend again, till creamy.
  4. Cover this mango mixture and chill in the fridge, overnight.
  5. Churn this mixture according to the manufacturer's instructions, about 30 mins.
  6. Pour this into a container and freeze before serving.




This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (November 2015 Event: Mango)



Comments

  1. This mango ice cream looks so yummylicious...I made some mango ice cream too...but using sweetened creamer instead of sugar ...

    Thanks for linking up with LTU!

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  2. How smooth and creamy! I bet it must be very tasty.

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  3. Few ingredients and this ice cream looks just amazing! I need to try some day :)

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  4. Hi Cheah, I would like to try this ice-cream recipe. You mentioned cream. Was it a whipping cream? Use blender correct?

    Joe

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    1. I used a type of Korean vegetable cream which can be freezed, I suppose you can use whipping cream. Yes, use blender.

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    2. Do you have any idea where can I get Korean vegetable cream in Penang? What is the brand name?

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    3. Take a look at this recipe
      http://www.nofrillsrecipes.com/2013/02/chocolate-ice-cream.html
      I have shown a pic of the cream. I'm from Ipoh. Perhaps you can try your luck at the baking ingredients outlets in your area.

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