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Mango Almond Cream

Mango Almond Cream

There are plenty of mangoes found in India during the summer. It is one of the best part of summer that i like. Despite the scorching heat when you get to taste the ripe mangoes nothing can be more heavenly in this world. Dad brought a kilo of mangoes from the market and unknowingly mom did the same and i did the same while returning home from office. There are so many mangoes in the refrigerator that it makes me think what to do with them.
After thinking a lot and having a desire for sweet I tried making a chilled cream with mango that turned out to be a perfect desert for the night.

Ingredients :

2 Big mangoes
150ml milk
3 tbsp of whipped cream
50ml condensed milk
1 egg
3-4tbsp of sugar
2-3 drops of Vanilla essence
100gm of almond
1 sheet gelatin

Method:

  • Puree one mango and chop the other into cubes.
  • In a pan add the milk and the condensed milk along with the egg yolk and beat it with a beater till it starts developing soft peaks
  • Now add the whipped cream and beat it foe another few minutes, to be precise 2 minutes.
  • In a different pan beat the white part of the egg till it turns into foam.
  • Now add both the mixture and add the mango pulp along with the drops of vanilla essence and mix it with a spoon. Let is rest aside.
  • In a separate small pot mix the gelatin sheet in 1tbsp hot milk.
  • Grate 50 gm almonds mix it with the cream mix and then add the gelatin.
  • Freeze it for at least 5 hours. Serve it chilled.
After making the mango almond cream and tasting them on my parents I know its real good. So you people should give it a try.

5 suggestions and discussions:

Medeja said...

Mango cream with condensed milk..I can imagine that it tastes great!

Pooja S said...

Yes Im sure it will Medeja

love2dine said...

What a clever presentation, so pretty!

Miss Messy said...

wow looks fantastic

Guru Uru said...

This cream looks fantastic :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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