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Sugar Free Mango Ice Cream: How To Make Sugar Free Mango Ice Cream? Know its easy recipe

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Sugar Free Mango Ice Cream Recipe: In summer, mangoes and dishes made from it are liked by most of the people, but along with this, the concern of sugar also keeps on worrying. If this is the case with you too, then try this recipe of Sugar Free Mango Ice Cream.

Know how to make

Take 6 to 7 mangoes. Wash it and soak it in water.

After some time, take out its water and peel the mango and remove its kernels.

Cut the mango and remove its pulp and put it in the blender to make a smooth mango puree. Keep this in the fridge for some time. This will thicken the texture of the puree.

Now take a big bowl and keep about 175 grams of fresh cream in it. Use low fat cream.

Blend the cream well with a hand blender. You can also add two drops of vanilla essence to it. This will enhance the taste.

Blend it till it starts foaming and it does not become floppy.

When the cream becomes foamy. Add 4 tbsp honey to it and blend it again.

After blending for 3 minutes, add a pinch of saffron soaked in a tablespoon of milk.

Now add cooled mango puree to it. Once again use a hand blender and run it for 3 to 5 minutes.

Take out this mixture in an ice cream tray and spread it well with a spatula.

Cover it with a lid and refrigerate for up to 3 hours.

After 3 hours take it out and mix it well with a hand blender. This will make the ice cream soft in texture.

Now add two handfuls of nuts and dry fruits to it and put it again in the same tray.

Freeze ice cream for up to 5 hours or overnight. It will be ready to serve.

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