Mango Ice-cream


In India, Mango is considered the king of all fruits. In different states/regions, you get different varieties of mango. If you want to get the best mangoes, summer is the time for it. Some varieties of mangoes that are available in India are irresistible ๐Ÿ˜€ They literally melt in your mouth and are sweeter than honey!!! One thing I really miss in the US is good mangoes ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

I haven’t met anyone so far who doesn’t like Mangoes. So its always safe to make any form of Mango dessert/dish like Mango lassi, mango pudding, mango ice-cream or even mango cheesecake. I am glad that we get good mango pulps in the stores. As I mentioned earlier, in India, Mango is the King of all fruits and among all those different varieties of mangoes, Alphonso holds the prime place! This easy ice-cream uses alphonso mango pulp as its main ingredient. Super easy to make and guaranteed compliments from anyone who relishes this ice-cream. It would take 10 mins of your time to come up with this mouth watering dessert that is just perfect during summer! Wondering why am I posting this during winter then??? Well, I think I myself am confused ๐Ÿ˜‰ Having said that, no season is a bad season for such awesome ice-creams ๐Ÿ˜›



Alphonso Mango pulp – 825 gm
Whipped cream(topping) – 225 gm
Condensed milk – 2 tbsp
Alphonso Mango(optional) – 1 no, cubed into small pieces


1. In a bowl, mix mango pulp, condensed milk and whipped cream. Whisk/Mix it lighly till the ingredients mix well.
2. Transfer it to a container in which you want to freeze the ice-cream(should be air-tight container).
3. Freeze it for an hour. Put the mango cubes into the ice-cream mix and give a light stir. Note: Skip this step if you are not using mango pieces.
4. Continue for freeze for 3-4 hours before serving.

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