MANGO AND PASSION FRUIT SORBET

MANGO AND PASSION FRUIT SORBET

Rate this recipe

Mango and passion fruit are two of my favorite tropical fruits and they complement each other in their taste and flavors so much… have to say some combinations are just made in heaven…

FullSizeRender
So when I saw some passion fruits in my local grocery store, just remembered a recipe using these two wonderful fruits and making a no fuss sorbet… As the temperatures are rising day by day so need something to cool us down and what better than a fresh seasonal fruit no cream sorbet… it could be called almost a healthy dessert and the best part is it hits all the points to beat the heat away without any guilt  feeling lingering after enjoying this refreshing dessert…

FullSizeRender_3

Generally, sorbets are made with loads of sugar syrup, but I had seen a recipe on youtube in a blog by the name Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking, in which she had used condensed milk instead of sugar, tried her way with some alterations of mine and the sorbet came out creamy and yummy😋😋…

FullSizeRender_2

As the mangoes available in this season are so wonderfully sweet and when blended it becomes so creamy so no additional calories of cream is needed, and the addition of sweet sour and tangy passion fruit juice or pulp takes it to an another level it gives a very tropical feel to this humble dessert…

FullSizeRender_1 (1)

having a couple of scoops of this not so sinful and tropical flavored sorbet is what you want this summer… so go ahead and try this recipe and give me a feedback if possible would be happy to hear from you… till then beat the summer heat with style…😎😎😎

Much more frozen desserts are shared on my blog do try them out too hope you will like them
THANDAI KULFI, MALAI KULFI, MATKA BADAM KULFI, PEDHA KULFI, MANGO KULFI.

FullSizeRender_4RECIPE FOR MANGO AND PASSION FRUIT SORBET.
Ingredients :

  • 3 cups Ripe Alphanzo mangoes peeled, de-stoned and chopped into cubes.
  • ¼ th cup to ½ cup Condensed milk or as needed (It depends on how sweet the mangoes are).
  • ½ cup of strained Passion fruit pulp (seeds strained and discarded).
  • Lemon juice to balance the tartness of the sorbet.
  • A pinch of salt.
  • 1 nos Passion fruit pulp with seeds to drizzle on top while serving (Optional)
  • Some fresh Strawberries to serve with (Optional).
  • Few sprigs of fresh mint leaves to garnish ( Optional).

FullSizeRender (1)METHOD

  1. Take the chopped mangoes and put them in a big ziplock bag so that they remain in one layer then put them in the deep freezer compartment and freeze the mango cubes overnight or till completely frozen.
  2. Next day take a powerful blender or food processor add the frozen chopped mangoes, condensed milk, lemon juice, strained passion fruit pulp, salt and blend it until smooth and creamy.
  3. Transfer this to a freezable container and cover with a cling film then tighten the lid of the container. (use an airtight container)
  4. Again freeze it till it becomes firm to scoop out.
  5. While serving take the scoops on a glass serve it with some strawberries, and a drizzle of passion fruit pulp on the top at last garnish with a fresh sprig of mint and serve it with love…

FullSizeRender_7NOTES:

  1. I have used alphanzo mangoes you can use any ripe mango of your choice.
  2. As my mangoes were very sweet so I have used a little bit more than ¼ th cup of condensed milk, please adjust it according to the sweetness of your mangoes.
  3. Lemon juice is added to balance the sweet and tart taste of the sorbet and it also adds a lemony flavor to the sorbet.
  4. Passion fruit and all the garnishes are optional, but adding passion fruit the sorbet gets a very interesting twist in flavour and takes the simple mango sorbet to an another level.

FullSizeRender_4 (1)FullSizeRender_3 (1)

My Amazon Products

Inovera Stainless Steel Easy Handheld Ice Cream Serving Scooper,
Heavy gauge Ice cream scoop,
Tovolo Glide-A-Scoop Ice Cream Tub,
Texas ICE CREAM BOWL SET,
Philips Mini Food Processor,
Krosno Europe Ice Cream Dessert Bowl

5.0 from 1 reviews
MANGO AND PASSION FRUIT SORBET
 
Author:
Recipe type: Desserts, Healthy Affairs
Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients
  • 3 cups Ripe Alphanzo mangoes peeled, de-stoned and chopped into cubes.
  • ¼ th cup to ½ cup Condensed milk or as needed (It depends on how sweet the mangoes are).
  • ½ cup of strained Passion fruit pulp (seeds strained and discarded).
  • Lemon juice to balance the tartness of the sorbet.
  • A pinch of salt.
  • 1 nos Passion fruit pulp with seeds to drizzle on top while serving (Optional)
  • Some fresh Strawberries to serve with (Optional).
  • Few sprigs of fresh mint leaves to garnish ( Optional).
Instructions
  1. Take the chopped mangoes and put them in a big ziplock bag so that they remain in one layer then put them in the deep freezer compartment and freeze the mango cubes overnight or till completely frozen.
  2. Next day take a powerful blender or food processor add the frozen chopped mangoes, condensed milk, lemon juice, strained passion fruit pulp, salt and blend it until smooth and creamy.
  3. Transfer this to a freezable container and cover with a cling film then tighten the lid of the container. (use an airtight container)
  4. Again freeze it till it becomes firm to scoop out.
  5. While serving take the scoops on a glass serve it with some strawberries, and a drizzle of passion fruit pulp on the top at last garnish with a fresh sprig of mint and serve it with love…
Notes
1. I have used alphanzo mangoes you can use any ripe mango of your choice.
2. As my mangoes were very sweet so I have used a little bit more than ¼ th cup of condensed milk, please adjust it according to the sweetness of your mangoes.
3. Lemon juice is added to balance the sweet and tart taste of the sorbet and it also adds a lemony flavor to the sorbet.
4. Passion fruit and all the garnishes are optional, but adding passion fruit the sorbet gets a very interesting twist in flavour and takes the simple mango sorbet to an another level.

4 Comments

  1. An amazing summer treat! Enjoyed the little read, and the recipe sounds delicious.

     
    • mukherjee soma

      Thanks so much Sumith happy to know you enjoyed reading the post, do try the recipe hope you will like it 😊😊

       
  2. Ujjwala Banerjee​

    Such a refreshing treat,so easy to make

     

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Rate this recipe: