Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

March 22, 2017


Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk


No churn Mango Icecreamwithout milkmaid with step by step photos. None of the ice-cream recipes are quick and this one is no different.


Now, you must be thinking why have I avoided using milkmaid condensed milk, while it makes life so much easier. Well, when I have a tin of milkmaid, I don't prefer making any sweet dish out of it. I end up eating it as it is, to satisfy my sweet tooth, resulting in weight gain and unwanted calories. And I almost stopped buying it. Now, this doesn't mean I won't be using any condensed milk in my recipes. Sure, I want to try all those atleast once.



I had a bunch of ripe mangoes offered by a family friend who visited from Kerala. So, with half of the portion I made this mango ice-cream and with other half Aamras.

Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

Now, in this recipe, condensed milk ingredients are added, i.e, whole milk and sugar minus all the unwanted preservatives. So, it's sort of a healthier version. ;)

  How to make Mango Icecream recipe, no churn with step by step photos:

1. Scoop out the mango pieces in a mixie jar. Add sugar and crushed cardamon. Blend it till you get a smooth paste. Make sure to take a big enough mixie to hold all the ingredients. Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

2. Add milk little at a time and blend it. Make sure the mixie is not overloaded. Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

3. In a separate bowl, take the cream and beat with handmixer for approximately 2 minutes to get a fluffy consistency.
How much you aerate, that much it will be light and creamy.

Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

4. Mix in the mango paste to the cream till well combined. Loved the layers it formed. Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

5. Transfer the mixture to a tray or a container which fits into the freezer. Close with a lid and freeze for about 6 hours. Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

6. To get a smooth and churned ice-cream consistency, follow the steps. After every one hour, take it out of the freezer and whisk it with hand or electric mixer to break down the ice crystal it forms for the first 3-4 hours. Later freeze it undisturbed for another 4-5 hours or till it freezes.
Once ready, scoop, serve and enjoy!

Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk

Mango Icecream Recipe | How to make Mango Icecream without condensed milk
 CuisineIndian
 Keywordice-creammangosweet
 Prep Time10 minutes
 Cook Time10 hours
 Servings
6 people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Scoop out the mango pieces in a mixie jar. Add sugar and crushed cardamon. Blend it till you get a smooth paste. Make sure to take a big enough mixie to hold all the ingredients.
  2. Add milk little at a time and blend it. Make sure the mixie is not overloaded.
  3. In a separate bowl, take the cream and beat for approximately 2 minutes to get a fluffy consistency.
  4. How much you aerate, that much it will be light and creamy.
  5. Mix in the mango paste to the cream till well combined. Loved the layers it formed.
  6. Transfer the mixture to a tray or a container which fits into the freezer. Close with a lid and freeze for about 6 hours.
  7. To get a smooth and churned ice-cream consistency, follow the steps. After every one hour, take it out of the freezer and whisk it with hand or electric mixer to break down the ice crystal it forms for the first 3-4 hours. Later freeze it undisturbed for another 4-5 hours or till it freezes.

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