Friday, May 29, 2009

Mango Yoghurt Ice Cream (Eggless)

Solve this problem: Hot weather + Cheap mangoes = ?
The answer is: Mango Ice Cream!

The mangoes are really cheap these days. My mother happened to buy mangoes at a cheap price of $2.40 for 3. So I "steal" some mangoes over to make the Mango Yoghurt Ice Cream adapted from Aunty Yochana's Strawberry Yoghurt Ice Cream.


Few weeks ago, my poor nephew had to stay in the hospital for 3 days because of diarrhoea. His stools were tested and Salmonella bacteria was found. We had no idea how he got contacted with it. But that surely prompt us to take extra care of the food that we gave him, whether at home or outside food. As Salmonella can come from raw eggs, I have decided not to use any ice cream recipes that use eggs. I just want to be safe cos he loves to eat the ice creams that I make.

Come back to this ice cream again. It is EGGLESS! So it's safe for children and anyone who is allergic to eggs. The best thing is, it is SO DELICIOUS! Everyone gives two thumbs up for it. To make sure that I keep this recipe properly and permanently, I make another recipe card for it.

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42 comments:

  1. IS that so??? Our local Golden Mango is selling at Rm15 per kg!! Should visit singapore for Mango!! Ha ha ha...

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  2. This looks very delicious! I just finished the mango sherbet I made sometime back, will love to give this a try :)
    Do you know for how long can we keep this in the fridge?

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  3. Yes mango ice cream is such a good refreshing dessert in this hot weather. Your ice cream looks really yummy! I'll keep this recipe for my next attempt. Thanks!

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  4. this looks good for my little boy, but till his cough subsides ;-)
    Cheers,

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  5. Hi My Food Adventure, she got it from the markets instead of the supermarkets, cheaper. And they are very sweet. :)

    Hi HHB, I'm not too sure how long we can keep it. I think it is best to consume within 1 week. But I don't think it will stay in your fridge that long. We finished in 3 days and we even ate small portions each time cos we can't bear to eat up everything so fast. :)

    Hi Grace, do give it a try. You can also stick to the original recipe and use strawberries. :)

    Hi quizzine, hope he can recover soon. My 20-month old niece loves to eat the mango ice cream too. :)

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  6. Hi SSB,
    Waaaa this is sound amazing. I will make this ice cream for sure. Can i replace non dairy whip cream with dairy one? i'm avoiding any food with trans fat in it.

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  7. SSB,
    Each time I see your ice-cream posts, I will be "drooling" together with my girls. I kept promising them that I will make it for them "tomorrow" but it has yet to happen, haha. Must make an effort to do it soon.

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  8. Hi Fanny, you can replace with dairy cream, Bet it will taste even creamier. :)

    Hi Skinnymum, time to start ice cream making and stop the drooling. :) This is a very very easy recipe. At least you don't have to worry about cooking the eggs. :)

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  9. wow.... we almost post the same recipe!! My is Mango Yogurt Cake. I think it must be good to to match with your Mango Yogurt Ice Cream too. LOL!!!

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  10. Yes, will be great to pair both of them up. :) I like your mango yogurt cake and all your other cakes. Must learn more from you. :)

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  11. Hi SSB,
    I'd like to try this recipe today. May I know that after mixing everything, do I need to process the mango mixture in an ice cream machine? Thanks and wish me luck. CHeers!

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  12. Hi Grace, this recipe does not require an ice cream machine. I don't own one too. After you have folded the whipped cream into the mango puree and yoghurt mixture, pour everything into a container, cover up and freeze. Very easy! Hope you enjoy it!

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  13. Thanks SSB, will let you know how's the result yea! Cheers! :)

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  14. Hi SSB, thanks for the info. I've gathered all the ingredients, it's a matter of finding the time to make this ice cream :)

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  15. Hi SSB,
    I tried the mango yogurt ice cream yesterday and I've just finished a few scoop. It taste fantastic and so refreshing. Thank you so much! My hubby loves it too!

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  16. HHB, hope to see your mango ice cream soon!

    Grace, I'm so happy that you like it. Thanks to Aunty Yochana for providing such an excellent recipe. :)

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  17. Mango yogurt ice cream .. so low fat or high fat kekeke. Your ice cream really make me drool ... I must make sure I make this too .. but not sure the wet market near me has mangoes that are cheap and sweet? I do not visit wet market that often. I sure hope I get to buy my mixer soon.

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  18. This should be low fat. Only yogurt and non-dairy cream is used. I made this again yesterday. She got the mangoes at $1 each. Sweeter than the last time. Hope you can get good deal for the mixer. Asap ok? :)

    Oh, btw, you know the Phoon Huat at Jurong East is closed? Now I have to go Clementi to get my supplies. Very troublesome. :(

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  19. I hope to get good deals too ... Still cant decide a normal mixer or kitchenaid .. headache.

    wow, $1? Maybe I shd go get from your market. Where ah? :)

    Ya know Jurong East branch closed cos I called them to ask how come no demo classes. Now that you come clementi .. can come visit me lor ;-) You shd be able to see the tall yellowish blocks from Clementi PH branch :)

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  20. I'm not sure. I think it's the market at Jurong East Blk 347.

    You stay at Clementi? Near PH? So good! Wait till you get a new mixer, I'll go your place. Hehe... :)

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  21. Hi SSB, I made the ice cream, it is very delicious! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe :D

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  22. Hi HHB, I saw your ice cream cake version. Hope I can try that out too. :)

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  23. Hi SSB!

    I would love to try this recipe as it's eggless, good for my baby who hasn't tried eggs yet :)

    Just want to ask you, in ur recipe u use 200ml whipping cream, I only have 80ml whipping cream left after i made a cheesecake, can I top up the other 120ml with fresh milk instead? Thanks :)

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  24. Hi Kristie, I think if you replace the whipping cream with milk, you will get very icy ice cream instead of creamy one. If you do not like icy texture, maybe you can try out half the recipe, using 80g whipping cream and 20g milk. That will be more similar to the recipe I have tried. You can always make more again when you have bought a new packet of whipping cream. :)

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  25. Thanks SSB :)

    so i will just whisk the cream without the milk? when do i add in the milk? thanks :)

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  26. Better don't whisk with the cream. You can add the milk to the yoghurt and mango puree. Good luck and have fun! :)

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  27. Thanks SSB! I will give it a try later :)

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  28. Hi SSB, I've made this ice cream and it was really yummy as I've used Indian mangoes which are really fragrant. Both hubby and I love it, very refreshing flavour indeed!

    What I love abt this is there's no cooking required! :)

    Thanks!

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  29. Hi Kristie, I'm happy to know that you like it. You know, I have made it 3 times already! It's so nice and easy to do. Time to stock up whipping cream and make more ice creams. :)

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  30. Hi SSB,

    Wow, it definitely looks tempting. By the way, can I use instant mango puree instead? If yes, how much will I need? Oh, I hope you will explore coffee ice cream soon..;P

    Thanks..

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  31. Hi Melody, you can use instant mango puree, just use the same amount. I also put in additional mango cubes. It tastes even better. Oh, I've never tried coffee ice cream. Have to research about it. Thanks! ;)

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  32. Hmmm I am so so trying this cos Hubby bought a big Taiwanese mango which he didn't like.

    Just some quick questions
    a. can I use plain yogurt? As it is available in the fridge right now.
    b. can I use plain yogurt without mango essence you think?

    Cheers
    Ronni

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  33. Hi Ronni, yes, you can use plain yogurt and without mango essence. I didn't use mango essence too. The fresh mango puree is enough to give the taste and colour. No artificial flavourings! That's what we call homemade! :)

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  34. Hi SSB, Couldn't resist last night and went to make it right away. Not sure why it turned out slightly icy and not as creamy smooth as yours. Maybe it's due to me using more mangoes than required or I just didn't whip the whipping cream well. Nevertheless, it is wholesome-my good! Thanks!

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  35. Hi Ronni, if you find it too icy, you can whisk the mixture again when the ice cream is half-set (when the sides already frozen but the centre still liquid). Whisk at medium speed for creamy ice cream or high speed if u want it too be very fluffy. Then pour back into the container and freeze until fully set before serving.

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  36. SSB, do you think I can defroze it now to your half set stage and do the whisking as you mentioned? Too late now?

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  37. Hi Ronni, so sorry I think I have replied late. Yes, you can defroze it, break the ice cream using a fork, then use low speed first to whisk the ice cream before increasing the speed to medium or high.

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  38. Thank you very much for the recipe!
    It's so simple! I mean done in 5 steps. Most of the ice recipe involves ice cream machine, which I don't have so I'm really happy to found this recipe :)

    xx

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  39. Ice Pandora: Glad that you like this recipe. It's my favourite!

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  40. I really love this recipe. Somehow I was able to really taste my own doing.

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  41. Has anyone tried using an ice cream maker to freeze this? I think it might freeze faster with an ice cream machine and (hopefully) reduce the wait time from overtime to less than an hour. Just curious if anyone has tried.

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  42. Hi SSB, love your recipe. I would like to make this now. But i couldn't find the correct conversion of gram to cups of your 200g whipping cream. could you tell me exactly what is the measurement in cup. pls thnks.

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