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Mango Ice-Cream

Mangoes have been one of the very favorite fruits in the Indian sub-continent...called the "King Of Fruits". When it comes to one of the very favorite ice-cream flavors that most Indians crave for........you guessed it it's "Mango".  Well, here is an easy recipe for just that.

Mango tins can be found in many Indian Grocery Stores. You can buy the mango pulp tin on line.     

You may also use fresh ripe mangoes. Make sure that they are ripe and smell sweet.  Remove the skin and scoop the fruit out. Make a pulp by putting it in a blender. To make this recipe you will need 14 oz of the pulp. Adjust the sweetness as desired. Make sure the mixture is a little on the sweeter side as the the mixture will taste less sweet when cold. 

1 can Mango Pulp.....choose the "Alphonso"
1 small can Condensed Milk 
1 small tub of Cool Whip
1/2 cup of Whipping cream

Quick Tip: Choose a fat-free version of the Cool Whip to make it almost "sin-free".

Blend all of the above ingredients well using a whisk or blender and freeze. Enjoy with a slice of ripe mango or top with a dollop of cool whip.



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