Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Mango Ice cream...completely Home made

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Who would say ' No ' to Ice cream in these Hot summers??

Infact season is not a barrier for most of us to enjoy those delectable Ice creams.As some fruits are seasonal and especially our king of Fruits "MANGO" is available only in summers,why not we use them to the fullest extent .I have scribbled this recipe from my SIL's cook book when I visited her last year.I tried this couple of times in this summer and it was so easy to prepare with no mess.It was an instant hit at home and everyone liked it and Home made things always gives a better satisfaction than the store bought one's right??This is one simple and easy recipe with very less ingredients and turns out perfect in texture.
so,here comes the recipe...try it out and enjoy this summer..

Ingredients:

3 Alphonso Mangoes(Other mangoes also do,but Alphonso's taste best)
1 Cup Milk,boiled and cooled
6 tbsp Sugar
1/2 tin Milkmaid(condensed milk)
200 ml Thick cream(I used Amul cream)
5-6 drops of Mango essence

Method:
  • Peel the mangoes and cut it into small pieces.
  • Melt Sugar in milk and add essence and mix well.
  • Grind the mango pieces with milk mixture and condensed milk into a very smooth and fine mixture.
  • Pour the mixture into the Ice cream tub(Closed one) and freeze it for 3-4 hrs.Remove it and scrape the mixture and churn it along with Cream to a fine mixture.
  • Now check the taste,if it needs more sweetness add milkmaid and churn it again to a smooth mixture and pour it back into the tub and freeze it.
Scoop out and serve it cold.

Note:
The above process of churning can be repeated again in order to get still smooth and soft Ice cream.

This is my second entry to "MANGO MELA" event hosted by Srivalli of Cooking for all Seasons.

You can find another delectable Mango Kulfi recipe here.

56 comments:

homecooked said...

Lovely! Looks really good!

Priya said...

Wat a delicious icecream Prathi!!!!!!outstanding and eyecatching clicks!

Sush said...

I want some icecream now, although I am not a crazy fan for mango icecream, i dont mind taking a small scoop ;)

Parita said...

Looks heavenly..the scoops have come out perfectly..yum yum

Gita said...

That looks truly yummilicious :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow i scream you scream for ice cream...looks yum...feel like having it right now..

rekhas kitchen said...

wow great pic. looks so tempting nicely scoped ice cream yum yum

Vrinda said...

Looks so yumm Pavitra..i am closing this window becoz i hav cold,my hubby is not letting me to eat ice cream...nice presentation with nice scoops..

Padma said...

Delicious ice cream and awesome click :)

Srilakshmi said...

Tempting Ice cream... looks delicious!

Priyameena said...

Looks Refreshing!!beautifully presented..

Pooja said...

yummmmmmy prathibha..Love it..beautiful pic..

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Yum..Yumm....delicious ice cream and it is eggless .

Pooja said...

Oh wow looks fabulous! Tempts me to take a huge scoop!

Simran said...

Wow! I was thinking of some frozen mango treats just today. This looks lovely.

Renu said...

looks so good Pratibha!!!! wanna have a scoop ....

Ann said...

fabulous looking Ice creams.. So inviting.

Pavithra said...

Wow thats really wonderful color and so much tempting prathi.. really looking smooth textured and feel to taste it right now.. lovely presentation with cherries. Really really superb.

Viki's Kitchen said...

Oh Mango icecream ! I m drooling.

Lavanya said...

looks like store brought one..tempting pic..perfect: )

Laavanya said...

That looks soo good... Mango icecream is truly the best!

aquadaze said...

this looks absolutely perfect...delicious!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Lovely click! I love mango icecream...

anudivya said...

That is so rich! Looks pretty simple to make without an ice cream maker.

kittymatti said...

ooooh! Looks like store bought! It is so perfect! The recipe is superb!

Varsha Vipins said...

That looks so proffessional n yum Pratibha..:)

Ria said...

Looks really really good!! :)

Andhra Flavors said...

ohh home made ice cream, it looks like store bought one.

Suparna said...

hi,
tha's an easy recipe for a gorgeous home made ice-cream...nice click :)

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy tempting one

Ramya Kiran said...

That looks delicious!

Nithya Praveen said...

Lovely one.As u said with alphonso mango this will taste all the more delicious.

Malar Gandhi said...

Looks so pretty, now pass the bowl!!

Vij said...

Hi Prathy
First time here. U have a lovely space.

Pass me a bowl of ice cream dear! looks so good. :-)

Cilantro said...

Looks toooo good. love mangoes.

AnuSriram said...

Looks fabulous! Gr8 entry!

Yasmeen said...

I can never say no to mango icecream,looks so rich :)

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Excellent icecream, beautiful click. I am trying to shy away on sweet treats, but your photo is making me to break my resolution.

Sonal said...

Waw ...Mangoes and Ice Cream are two things that u just cant have enough in summers and with such a wonderful blend..it is a superhit..I will surely try it out

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Lovely colour and mouthwatering! Nice click!

sowmya said...

beautiful scoops of mango ice cream..lovely presentation..

Priti said...

Looks fab....wow am craving

Vaishali said...

How lucky are you to have alphonso mangoes? I can only dream of them! I can only imagine how delicious this must've been. And the color, of course, is gorgeous.

Akal's Saappadu said...

you've got it perfect, this is extremely tempting.....

Srivalli said...

wow Prathibha thats awesome..everything homemade..must have been yummy...thanks for the entry!

Anu said...

Hi
First time to your blog. Wow awesome..
Yummy ice cream...
You got a very nice collection of recipes.
Thank you for visiting my blog.
Keep in touch..

Food Fanatic said...

you rock! you are sooo talented. such great and hardworking stuff here!

forkbootsandapalette said...

waiting for the mango season..will def try this one out..

Anonymous said...

Hello prathy,
could u plz give me the approximate cup measurement for 3 mango and 200ml cream and 1/2 tin condensed milk. Bcoz I have the pulp and I want to try this.

thanks.

prathibha Garre said...

@anonymous...3 mangoes would yield approx 2 cups, 200 ml cream = 1 cup and 1/2 tin condensed milk = 1cup..The ready puree does already has some sweetener in it,hence I advise you to add half the condensed milk initially and once you taste the mixture after it is ground,add the required quantity of condensed milk.

Anonymous said...

thank you sooooooooo much..u r too good. u reply all the time ,that too very quick.once again ,thank you.

anusha said...

Hey thank you so much for the amazing receipes....i tried it out and it came out very well :) :) Let me know what other fruits/other varieties I can use with the same procedure.

Shruthi said...

Hi,
Thanks for the recipe. I had one query,..When u mean churn the mixture repeatedly after a couple of hrs,do u mean to use a blender and churn or just churn with a spatula?

Shruthi said...

Hi,
Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I have one query....When u mean churn the mixture repeatedly,do u mean churn using a blender or manually churn with a spatula?

Anonymous said...

Wow, delicious I like it.

....Abinaya

prathibha Garre said...

@anusha.. I hv not tried anything else in the same procedure..might be you can experiment with fruits like sitaphal,strawberries etc

@Shruti..Churn in the blender I meant,it will break the ice cubes if any is formed in ice cream..its not possible to do it manually with whisker.

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