Mango Mousse Recipe
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Mango Mousse Recipe


Mango Mousse Recipe

The mango season is coming to make our soul happy and fresh in the same manner it used to in our childhood. Mango can be used to make various kinds of dishes that can let our taste bud dance. 

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History for Mousse?

It is a soft prepared creamy food that is bubbly, light fluffy, creamy, and thick. It was as early as the year 1768, sometime also called a fruit whip. It was invented by world-renowned French post-Impressionist painter Henri Toulouse-Lautrec. But the version with various fruits like mango, strawberry, banana, Chocolate, and other versions was designed or developed in the 19th century. 

Mango Mousse eggless recipe

I am going to explain a vegetarian recipe also in option 2.

Well, today, we will learn a perfect and easy dessert recipe made by our main ingredient, mango. Yes, we will see how to make it in the dish with a creamy texture, light, and lightweight. Most people think it is a delightful dessert, but the well-ripened mangoes natural sweetness would be enough to make the dish delicious.

How to make it?

There are only three main ingredients. The entire element is readily available in the market; hence this is easy to prepare and trouble-free dessert this tastiest dessert at home. This kind of dish is perfect for serving after dinner or lunch. 

Cuisine Type: Mexican

Course Type: Dessert

What are the ingredients required?

 

  • For making Mango pulp one bowl, you need to choose best Alphonso Mango here.
  • Nestlé Coffee-mate 1/4 cup 
  • Water 4 tsp
  • Unflavored Gelatin 7 grams
  • Heavy Whipping Cream 3/4 Cups
  • We have used granulated sugar 6 tsp.
  • Saffron Strands for garnishing (Optional)
  • Chopped cashew nuts, Almonds for garnishing (Optional)
  • Chopped Mango cubes for garnishing

How to make Mango Mousse

To make the mouth-watering recipe follows this easy step by step guide.

  1. Take a bowl and dissolve the gelatin in it along with water.
  2. Let the gelatin mixture settle for 5 minutes, and once it gets solidifies, put in the microwave for approx.—thirty seconds, where it will convert into liquid form.
  3. Take Mangoes to make the cubes of pulp and make the puree of the same. If you want to know how to make mango puree, please check here.
  4. Take mango pulp (or Mango puree from fresh Alphonso Mangoes), coffee mate, gelatin mixture, and sugar in a blender and mix it well to get the beautiful smooth texture.
  5. In the blender, add whipping cream with sugar and whip it until the whip converts into a creamy form.
  6. Now, mix the mango and whipping cream mixture together and mix well.
  7. Take a small glass or bowl (anything you want to serve) and let it be fixed for two to four hours.
  8. You can garnish this with fresh pieces of mango.
  9. Garnish it with saffron strands, chopped cashew nuts, chopped almonds

Vegetarian Mango Mousse – Option 2 

  1. Take Fresh cream and beat it with an electric blender or hand blender until it becomes soft and fluffy. Please don’t over beat the fresh cream. 
  2. Take Mangoes to make the cubes of pulp and make the puree of the same. If you want to know how to make mango puree, please check here.
  3. Take mango pulp (or Mango puree from fresh Alphonso Mangoes), coffee mate, and sugar in a blender and mix it well to get the beautiful smooth texture.
  4. In the blender, add whipping cream with sugar and whip it until the whip converts into a creamy form.
  5. Now, mix the mango and whipping cream mixture together and mix well.
  6. Take a glass or small bowl (anything you want to serve) and let it be fixed for two to four hours.
  7. You can garnish the dessert with fresh pieces of mango.
  8. Garnish it with saffron strands, chopped cashew nuts, chopped almonds

How much nutrition does this recipe hold?

If we talk about the 1 cup mousse then, the amount of nutrition is;

  • Calories: 189kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 21g 
  • Protein: 1g
  • Fat: 11g 
  • Saturated Fat: 6g 
  • Vitamin C: 20.2mg 
  • Calcium: 25mg 
  • Iron: 0.1mg
  • Cholesterol: 40mg
  • Sodium: 12mg 
  • Potassium: 114mg 
  • Sugar: 20g 
  • Vitamin A: 1030IU 

Important Tips for Recipe

  1. I have not used sugar as I have used Fresh Ratnagiri Alphonso Mango or Devgad Alphonso Mango, sweet. 
  2. You can use honey as a replacement for sugar.
  3. If the Mango season is over, you can use our ready Alphonso Mango Pulp.
  4. If you want to give a slightly tangy taste, you can add one of the following.
  • For those who are alcohol, lovers can add Vodka nearly one to two teaspoons.
  • As options, I have used Lemon juice one teaspoon, and it gives a tangy-sweet taste.

5. You can shave Mango Leather and put it as a topping; you can also use chocolate shavings as per your choice.

6. It can stay for a couple of days in the fridge.

7. Blend fresh cream for 1 minute to half a minute only

8. If you want to make this complete vegan, you can avoid gelatin and fresh cream, use coconut cream or almond cream as a replacement to cream

9. The mousse will not be as firm like when you add agar or gelatin with fresh cream

10. As an option, you can use cardamom powder or nutmeg powder just for sprinkling. It becomes an Indian version of mousse.