as well as a 'soft-serve'
MANGO frozen SORBET
Many luscious refreshing treats will be joined by this superb dual-purpose dessert.
Three ingredients is all that's required to get remarkable results from this tropical fruit.
Ripe MANGO...a touch of SWEETENER...and a pre-frozen EGG WHITE is all there is to it.
Of course, since you won't be creaming the...
frozen mango pieces by hand, you'll also need a very powerful machine.
This power tool will certainly come a long way in realizing this creamy smooth indulgence.
Mangoes originated in East India.
Persian traders took the mango into the middle east and Africa...
from there the Portuguese brought it to Brazil and the West Indies.
Mango cultivars arrived in the other warm climate countries:
California, Hawaii, Florida and Mexico among many others.
Known globally as the ’King of tropical fruits’...
the MANGO is rich, sweet, with a slight tangy flavour equalled by no other in its circle.
India alone produces at least a third of the world's mangoes.
However, since India consumes most of its output...
other cultivators are counted upon to export these delicacies.
Here's my treat in the initial cold MOUSSE state...
admittedly, my very favourite way of serving it.
. An average sized mango can contain up to 40% of your daily fibre requirement.
. They contain an enzyme with stomach soothing properties similar found in papayas.
. Contrary to popular belief...color is not really the indicator of how ripe the mango is.
. Actually, give the Mango's 'nose tip' a gentle squeeze...if there's no give, it's not ready.
. It’s suggested that Mangoes can easily stay at room temperature until fully ripened.
They can later be refrigerated to extend their life for about another week.
Also remember, an unripe mango is incredibly unpleasant.
It will deter a first timer from trying it again...and that would be a real shame.
As to my experimenting with various fruits...
Mango is certainly one of my preferred choices for this dual-purpose dessert.
You can use this same recipe with apricots, berries, cantaloupe, papaya and peaches.
Sweetener adjustments should be made according to different personal tastes and...
of course considering the naturally powered sweetness of the fruit itself.
Once you've enjoyed serving this Mango mousse...
you may freeze it and it will morph itself into a smooth sorbet.
MANGO cold MOUSSE
1... the ‘hedgehog’ crosshatch way:
If the aromatic essence of Mango is a tropical fruit you enjoy...then, this refreshing treat will delight your sweet devouring palate for sure.
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