Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Mango Ice cream ~ Eggless Version

I scream, you scream, ice cream.. this time eggless icecream.
This is my first experiment with icecream and to be more precise an eggless one. and I wanted to try experimenting with icecreams during the mango season as I love mangoes in anything and everything. Mango jam, mango flavored drink (COMPLAN) and fresh mangoes during the season are a must-have in my pantry... and so incorporating mango flavor in my trial run sounded my way. Without an ice-cream maker I was not sure how creamy it would turn up but it was no less to creamy, filled with mango flavor and was perfect as an after-meal dessert after a hearty main course of chicken biryani. I poured some melted dark chocolate thus making a chocolate hard-shell, sprinkled some chocolate vermicelli and colored sugar balls over the ice cream and it added an extra crunchiness and oomph to the creamy icecream...

Since this was a trial run, I didn't bother to take a step-by-step tutorial but when the icecream came out creamy, I was too tempted to post it here... I will be back soon with another easy peesy eggless vanilla ice cream with step by step pictures as I have already made another batch and it has completed its final churning as I type here.

~*What U Need*~
Mango puree / pulp - 2 cups / Ripe mangoes - 2
Sugar - 10 tbsps (adjust to taste)
Powdered sugar / icing sugar - 2 tbsps
Milk - 1 cup
Heavy cream - 1 cup (I used Amul cream)
Custard powder - 2 tbsp

How I made it:
Chill the bowl in which you will be whipping the cream in for a minimum of half an hour.In the meantime, combine the custard powder with 1 tbsp of milk and mix well without any lumps. Now bring the remaining milk to boil and then add the custard mixture and stir without forming lumps and till the mixture thickens and coats the spatula. Refrigerate till use.Chop the mangoes and blend them without any lumps together with the sugar. Set aside.Take the chilled bowl from fridge, start whipping the cream at medium speed gradually adding the powdered sugar. Beat till you get soft peaks.To this add the mango puree, and custard mixture. Fold in gently till everything combines well.If you have ice cream maker churn ice cream according to ice cream maker’s instructions.
Transfer the mixture to a freezer proof box and chill it in the freezer for 3 hours. After 3 hours remove from freezer and blend it again in the mixie or you can whisk it with a hand whisk. Repeat after every one hour for 3 times. This is done to break down the ice crystals forming.Freeze overnight and the next day you will find a fully formed ice cream with some ice crystals here n there. Blend it again in the mixie and then chill it till firm.

Your creamy home made ice cream is ready. Serve with toasted nuts / chopped mangoes / chocolate chips / pour molten chocolate on top and u get a crunchy topping.

So thats it Folks...
With Love,

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  1. home made icecreams are the best... nice recipe and easy to follow
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  2. Nice recipe...i am gonna try this one :)...thnx

  3. Lovely ice cream...Nicely prepared...

  4. Mango is one of my favorite flavors.. Ice cream looks so rich and creamy.

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  5. awesome i always had trouble with those icicles but i think ur method is perfect. last time i made mango icecream i just used amul cream but i think other things are needed too. am goin to try ur version now so hope no icicles then hehe

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  6. wow...yummy recipe :)


  7. wow.looks yumm. perfectly done.

  8. such a yummy ice cream and my fav too, hats off to you

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  9. Lovely. will finish off tat bowl ;)

  10. looks delicious. thanks for sharing Vimitha

  11. Creamy, rich icecream!!
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  12. so creamy and yummy looking ice cream

  13. looks yummy..:)) Loved the flavors..

  14. wow, wat a gorgeous recipe for easy instant icecream...and I'm a mango lover too...I've once tried to prepare eggless cherry icecream, but the recipe called or condensed milk and it tasted so strongly of condensed milk that I dint like it at all :-)
    I will try this recipe soon...sounds so easy and simple!


  15. loves the rich and creamy ice cream..rich in flavours..

  16. This ice cream looks very yummy...Would love to have a bite...

  17. awww. whenever I order ice cream , i always go for molten chocolate topping. Please pass me the entire bowl vimitha.

  18. Nice ice cream recipe. Love that drizzle of chocolate.

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  20. Delicious eggless version with nice chocolate on top.

  21. Even its cold here,i wish to get a bowl of this mango ice cream.Delicious!!!

  22. Simply irresistible both in flavor and taste...Love the chocolate glaze over it.. YUM

  23. My favorite flavor this is very delicious & tasty
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  25. Hi Vimitha, love your mango ice cream, it look so refreshing. yummy
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.
    Have a nice day.

  26. looks so delicious..creamy even without eggs!

  27. What a fantastic ice cream flavor! And I love that you added custard powder...wonderful idea!!!

  28. wow... mango ice cream looks delicious...

  29. Gosh!
    Really love the way you shot Creamy mango ice cream
    You are really not just a food blogger, we think that you are a professional food photographer too.
    Even i am a mango lover too. I am surely going to try this.

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