Mango Season is here again. I bought 5 mangoes for under $5 which makes it less than a dollar each. The last time when it was in season, I made homemade mango ice-cream.
This time, I using it to make the very popular, Mango Pudding. I'm serving it will a cheat mango ice-cream done using vanilla ice-cream, with the texture like milky shaved ice.
You probably have your own recipe but if you don't, you might want to try mine out.
- 2 Mangoes, 1 1/2 puree and 1/2 cut into cubes
- 100ml Mango Juice (I'm using Peel Fresh)
- 100ml Whipping Cream
- 10g Gelatin Powder
- 50ml Water
How to do it:
- Sprinkle gelatin powder on the water and set aside.
- Warm mango juice but do not simmer or boil.
- Pour it over the gelatin mixture and mix.
- Add in the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
- Pour into cups and chill to set.
- Best served chilled with condensed milk or a scoop of ice-cream.
- I did not add any sugar as the mango I used was sweet and I added mango juice to it as well. In addition to that, I served it with a scoop of ice-cream.
- If you prefer it a little sweeter, melt some sugar with the mango juice in step 2.
- You can replace the mango juice with water.
- However, you will have to add sugar for sweetness.
- Melt about 50g sugar or to taste when warming the water before adding to the the gelatin mixture.
For cheat ice-cream:
- Mix 500ml vanilla ice-cream (I'm using Nestle) with half of a mango chopped into bits.
- Add in 3-4 tablespoon of mango puree if you like too.
- Do not stir the mixture vigorously. Use a fork to gently stir a little to make it airy.
- Return to the freezer and repeat every half an hour till the ice-cream is frozen again.
- The end results of the ice-cream will look rough and messy. Almost like granules sticking together.
- To scoop, you can loosen it with a fork or bring the ice-cream out of the freezer for a minute before scooping.