Fresh Mango Ice Cream – 鮮芒果雪糕

Buy fresh Ataulfo when they’re in season, and make some of this fresh ice cream. With the goodness of mango pulp, cream, milk and sugar, a spoonful can bring a smile on your face. Don’t forget to decorate the ice cream with fresh mango pieces!

Fresh Mango Ice Cream
Fresh Mango Ice Cream

Ingredients
2 cups Ataulfo mango purée
1 cup fresh cream
1 cups whole milk or coconut milk
1/2 cup sugar

 

Method

  1. Set the control of the freezer compartment of the refrigerator at the highest point one hour in advance.
  2. Pour heavy cream in a mixer and use medium speed to whip cream to semi firm
  3. Mix the mango purée and sugar to the mixer and add milk (or coconut milk)
  4. Mix everything thoroughly and pour the mixture into ice trays.
  5. Put the trays in the freezer compartment so that each tray touches the chilling plate directly for half an hour. Under no circumstances should a tray be put over ice cubes or another tray.
  6. Pour the semi solid mango mixture to an ice cream making machine and whip for five minutes.
  7. Transfer ice cream to a container for freezing (at least three to four hours).
  8. Add fresh mango chunk and a small piece of mint leaf on top of the ice cream before serving.
whip-cream-to-semi-firm
whip-cream-to-semi-firm
Coconut Milk
Coconut Milk
Fresh mango puree
Fresh mango puree
Adding coconut milk and mango puree to already whipped cream
Adding coconut milk and mango puree to already whipped cream

 

Cuisinart-ice-cream-frozen-yogurt-maker
Cuisinart-ice-cream-frozen-yogurt-maker
Mangp puree, heavy cream, coconut milk and sugar in ice cream maker
Mango purée, heavy cream, coconut milk and sugar in ice cream maker
Fresh Mango Ice Cream
Fresh Mango Ice Cream

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