Mango Ginger Mousse

Posted: October 17, 2013 in Mousse
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Finally, after a long long time, I managed to force myself to write up something which I hope you’ll like it. I thought this will be a good time to sweeten up things and what’s better than a healthy dessert? Let me present one of my favorite dessert – Mango Mousse with Ginger twist. This recipe is adapted from Tarla Dalal. I think fruit mousse’s require little bit of extra effort and care while making it but it certainly is worth it. The unusual combination of mangoes and ginger inspired me to make a mousse and surprisingly it came out very good. You can enjoy this mousse in summers by using fresh mango or in any weather by using the puree.

Ingredients :-

Alphonso Mango Pulp 1 cup
Agar Agar (China Grass) Powder 5 gms/ 1 and 1/4 teaspoon
1/4 cup
Lemon Juice
1 teaspoon
Fresh Ginger Juice
1 teaspoon
Crushed Mint Leaves
1 teaspoon
Whipped Cream
3/4 cup

Ingredients :-

Whipped Cream As per taste
Mango Cubes As per taste
Finely Chopped Mint Leaves
1 teaspoon

Method  :-

  • Soak the agar agar in 1/3 cup of  hot water in a deep pan and keep aside for 10 minutes.
  • Add the mango pulp, milk and sugar, mix well and bring to boil, while stirring continuously.
  • Remove from the flame and strain the mixture using sieve.
  • Transfer the mixture into a steel bowl. Place the bowl in a deep vessel filled with ice-cubes for 8 to 10 minutes or until the mixture cools and thickens.
  • Whisk the mixture vigorously and continuously till it is in ice-cubes vessel to avoid any lump formation.
  • Add the lemon juice, ginger juice, mint leaves and beaten whipped cream and fold gently.
  • Pour equal quantities of the mixture into 3 individual glasses and refrigerate for 1 to 2 hours or till the mousse set
  • Serve chilled garnished with a swirl of beaten whipped cream, a mango cube and some mint leaves in each glass.

Note :-

  • You can add any fruit instead of Mango for garnishing.
  • You can even use gelatin instead of agar agar.
  • Agar Agar is a vegetarian version of gelatin. You can get this in any Asian store.
  1. This sounds so yummyyy! 😋😍😍

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