When a baby is born, a mother is born too. Then starts a new world of learning and experiencing for both of them. Motherhood teach us a lot of things especially responsibility, patience, multi tasking.....and the list just goes on :). It's a 24*7 job where we get some special allowances such as kids driving us crazy most of the times, sleepless nights, cleaning house n number of times daily, lots of exercises such as running behind the naughty ones to make them eat n drink ;)..but still we enjoy this special role of our life rt :). I would say each day is special just like the Mother's day for every mom. Wishing all the moms out there a very Happy Mother's Day. Hope you all have a great time with your family especially with kids :).
We celebrated this day with a special dessert, Eggless Mango Ice cream. This is the first time I am making an ice cream and it turned out really yummy. It needs so less ingredients and delicious homemade ice cream can be cherished without much hassle.
2 ripe Mangoes
1/2 cup Sugar
1 cup sweetened Condensed milk
1.5 cup Whipping cream
a few Pistachio (optional)
Peel and cut the mangoes. Blend them along with sugar to get the mango pulp. It will be a very thick pulp. Add a little water and blend again to get a smooth pulp, but still thick.
Whisk gently the mango pulp, condensed milk and whipping cream to get a smooth consistency. Pour into a bowl and freeze it. After 2 hours, take the bowl out and mix or beat again. Keep the bowl back into the freezer for about 6-7 hours. Scoop out and serve with some nuts as topping.
* You can adjust sugar depending on the ripeness of mangoes.
* You can also use canned mango pulp.
* You can add in the ice cream or garnish with some fresh mango pieces, nuts, tutti fruity etc.
* You can add more cream if you desire.
Sending this to the following events:
Mango Mania 99 at The Pumpkin Farm,
Kids Delight - Fruits at UK Rasoi,
Cooking made easy with Mango by Anjali
Showcase- Desserts by Divya and
Bon Vivant#4- Fruit Recipes by Sumee