I know I have been posting a lot of dessert recipes over the last few weeks, but like, I can’t help it.
IT’S SO DAMN HOT.
Let me set the scene on this new ice cream dessert recipe.
When I was a kid in India my family’s home had a mango tree growing in the back yard. I remember trying to jump to try and pick a mango off the tree.
My uncle would often come behind me with a large stick and knock down the ripened mangoes.
Mangoes are such a big part of Indian culture using it so many different ways, including one of my favorite ways, ras. Keri nu ras.
Keri = mango and ras which translates to pulp or juice in English, is a Guju summer fave and made from mangos, milk and sugar!
What is one thing you know that is made of milk and sugar?
ICE CREAM. DUH.
Traditionally we would add a little cardamom or ginger to the rus, but for my version of Keri nu ras ice cream, I added in a little red chili powder to bring a little heat to the sweet mangoes.
This is a no churn ice cream, so little work is required. Just puree, whip, mix and freeze.
You could easily add whole pieces of mango into to the ice cream ( I like to add it on top), or throw in other fruit’s, like berries, which bring a nice acid to the sweet mangoes.
I hope you enjoy this recipe!
- 4 mangos pureed
- 1 ½ cups condensed milk
- 1 cup whipping cream
- 2 tsp. chili powder
- In a bowl add mango puree and mix in condensed milk until well combined.
- Add whipping cream to a standing mixer (or whisk by hand) and whip until it is thick and creamy like a milkshake, but not to full peeks.
- Add in the mango milk mix, 1 tsp. chili powder and whip again till it is mixed and fully incorporated.
- Pour into a freezer safe container and dust remaining chili powder on top.
- Let freeze for 6-8 hours.
Strange never knew mangoes could be made this way hahah, all the same looks nice and yummy.
OMG! That looks so yummy, as in really! I love mango and love spicy foods as well and having it in one meal that’s superb! yum!
I have never had chilli in an ice cream before, but my daughter would love this without the chilli she is mango mad, I am definitely going to be trying this out x
Sounds delicious and perfect for a hot summer day! I never would have thought of mango and chili powder. Am pinning for future reference.
This is something definitely want to & will try! Such beautiful photos as well! Thank you!
It’s so easy to make! & thank you!
man. that mango ice cream looks delicious! i would just skip the spicy powder. do you have a good alternative for the chili powder?
Joy at The Joyous Living
I have not heard of no-churn ice cream before. Mango and chili sound like such an interesting combination! I will have to try this soon!
Interesting flavor! Appearance, check! texture, check! Hmmmm how can I taste that? Can you bring some here in PH? lol. Hopefully one day.
Wow, this is new to me and I would like to try your recipe. I super love mango but haven’t tested it chili powder.
I have never tried that kind of flavor but it looks really delicious. I will try to make this at home to taste.
This looks incredible! Mango ice cream is my favourite – but this new recipe looks delicious! I am going to make it aspa! Thank you for sharing!
This ice cream looks sooo delicious! The recipe seems quite simple so I’ll definitely try to do it at home, thanks so much for sharing!
I really enjoyed this recipe. This is just what I need on a warm summer day. Will try it.
Seems like something I’d like. I really wish I could taste it now 🙂 Thanks for the recipe.
We had a mango tree in our yard years ago. We used the fruit all of the time. MY oldest was bothered by the skin but could eat the fruit.
This looks incredible and sounds easy to make which is right up my alley! It looks delicious too!
YUUM!!! I wish I knew how to make ice cream since I’ve been indulging in them lately. And mango ice cream??? That makes it even more inviting. For dessert, yes, I can’t help it either!