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Mango Mousse

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Mango mousse is a creamy, fluffy dessert with tropical flavor made with a mix of mango mango jelly and mango puree
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How to make Mango Mousse

(33 ratings)
117 reviews so far
Prep time
70 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
90 mins
Mango Mousse
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Mango
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 06, 2017


Ingredients used in Mango Mousse
• Straberry or cherry - 8 number.
• Cream (i.e., in pint) - 1 number.
• Sugar - 50 grams.
• Water - half cup.
• Mango jelly(veg friendly) packets - 2 number.
• Mango puree - 1 can.
Method:

  • Add Mango jelly and water (as required) and boil by stirring occasionally.
  • Then add mango jelly in it and stir it for few minutes.
  • In a bowl, add 1 pint of fresh cream and whisk it.
  • Then add sugar in small quantities and whisk it till peaks are formed (approximately for 10 minutes).
  • Now, mix mango jelly mixture by pouring above prepared peak mixture by folding it.
  • Later, pour it in cups or bowls and let it set in fridge for about an hour.

Yummy and delicious MANGo MOUSSE is ready to serve.






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Mango mousse is a creamy, fluffy dessert with tropical flavor made with a mix of mango mango jelly and mango puree
 
 Mango mousse   is a creamy, fluffy dessert with tropical flavor made with a mix of mango,  mango jelly and mango puree. Mango Mousse is truly divine, light, creamy and fluffy dessert filled with gorgeous aroma and tropical flavors lingering around. The mango’s tart sweet flavor, lush texture and tropical flavor defies comparison thus making this a exotic dessert that just melts into the mouth. Makes a good sweet dish for kids to enjoy! The dessert is rich, flavorful and high in calories.
 
Mango Mousse is light, creamy and heavenly with the gorgeous aroma and color of the mangoes. Mango is one of my most favorite seasonal fruit. It is considered the “King of all fruits”. For most foodies in India, summer is synonymous with the arrival of mangoes and each state or region have bumper sale of different varieties of mangoes and exhibit their traditional delicacies. Raw Mango or ripe mango has their own place in every kitchen in making a variety of sweet and savory dishes.    
 
Recipe: Mango Mousse:
 
 
Ingredients:
 
  1. Cream                                              -        1 pint
  2. Mango Jelly (veg friendly)        -        2 nos
  3. Mango puree                                 -        1 can
  4. Strawberry or Cherry                   -        8 nos
  5. Sugar                                               -        50 gms
  6. Water                                              -        ½ cup
Directions:
 
  1. Take heavy cream and whip until it forms stiff peaks.
  2. Mix and fold the cream into the mango mixture. Make sure that the Mango mixture is at room temperature.
  3. Take few bowls, arrange some sliced strawberries and pour the mango mixture into the bowls.
  4. Set it in the refrigerator for ½ hour.
  5. Garnish the mango mousse with pomegranate seeds and top it with whipped cream.
Mango holds a prime place in every Indian house and is a wonder fruit. Basically during the season, mango pulp is collected, processed and preserved for few months. Commercially mango pulp is used for making a variety of mango drinksmilk shakes, juices and beverages. For relishing this tropical flair, you could any time just whip up the mango pulp, added with some mango ice-cream, mango brulee or mango cake. Raw mangoes are used for making various types of pickles, Mango rice, Mango Dal etc.
 
The unique sweet and sour blend of tang and zest contributes widely in making varied delectable dishes and provides the best of taste, aroma, nutrition and sheer indulgence that touches your heart and delights the palate. Eating mangoes are beneficially good to health. They are rich in antioxidants and adds lot of fiber to the diet. They also offer important vitamins and minerals to our body. They are good source of Vitamin C and Iron which is good for glowing skin. Sweet dishes make of mango are the perfect summer desserts, very quick and easy to make.
 
They bring a majestic unmatched joy of experiencing an exotic dish from a simple yet luscious mango fruit. Move ahead and look out for the recipe of Mango mousse and do try making it. Vah! A superlicious and mouth-watering cooling delicious dessert to beat the heat! If you put the mango mousse in the freezer for a longer time than it will taste like mango ice cream. This is a popular Indian delicacy that is loved by all sweet toothed people. This delicious creamy mango mousse is a great and easy dessert to impress your family and friends! Enjoy with fruits and savor the sweet tropical mango taste!
 
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ShamShim5 Posted on Thu Jul 14 2011

Thanks for the recipe! I'm going to try this tomorrow iA :)

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xessluv Posted on Sun Jul 17 2011

You need to learn the act of providing correct measurements and temperatures, random or approx quantities like "2 packets"," little bit of milk"are absolute rubbish way of teaching people who love to cook. I like your end product

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Shruthi Esturi Posted on Mon Jul 25 2011

I agree with Sujeet. Mine dint turned out jelly consistency. it was liquid only after keeping in refrigerator for 2-3 hrs also. wish vah chef would have given proper measurements.

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Shruthi Esturi Posted on Mon Jul 25 2011

I agree with Sujeet. Mine dint turned out jelly consistency. it was liquid only after keeping inrefrigerator for 2-3 hrs also. wish vah chef would have given proper measurements.

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Anubhav Das Posted on Fri Aug 05 2011

IF IT WAS POSSIBLE ..... I WOULD GET THAT MOUSSE FROM THE SCREEN DIRECTLY..... HA .... JUST JOKING .... OTHERWISE GREAT COOKING

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as110 Posted on Sun Aug 14 2011

Can I use the mango mousse to fill a cake? I got a mango mousse cake for my birthday which had the mousse on the outside and on the top finished with gelatin. I want to make a wedding cake with fondant on the outside. Will the mousse be thick enough

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Honey Bee Posted on Fri Aug 19 2011

jnkn

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TheSatanshunter Posted on Fri Sep 02 2011

@mpingola yeah, i think he speaks english quite well, he does say a few words with a strong accent but that not his fault :) he's doing a good job

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djavocard Posted on Sat Sep 03 2011

Comeone baby comeone!!! woohhhh it's cream baby, ;)

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djavocard Posted on Sat Sep 03 2011

Too much hand job ;)

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djavocard Posted on Sat Sep 03 2011

@SUJEETGA 2 Packets....

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tty23 Posted on Mon Sep 05 2011

@mpingola India is a English speaking country, it's an official language of the country and has been spoken there since colonial times. Indians just have a different dialect of English, much like that of southerns and valley girls do.

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