Saturday, June 4, 2016

Super Easy Vegan Mango Gelato with Kesar Keri

We all crave for some cold things when the outside temperature heats up. But same old ice cream even kids can't stand then why we have to eat same old same old? We make kulfies with variations, make new flavors ice creams too but this time I tried something new and very refreshing everyone's favorite, Mango Gelato. When we go out for ice cream, I always prefer gelato than ice cream. So I was in search for this cool dessert recipe and finally found one and sharing with you all too. I have added just a tablespoon of grated ginger and it gives nice kick in this sweet mango. If you use different mango and its not sweet then add brown sugar or agave to give little sweet taste but mine was already sweet enough so didn't add any sweeter. Ginger only for some kick, for that you have to be gujju, when we make aam ras (mango juice) we always add ginger powder so that's the only reason I added ginger in it. This will be ready in five minutes if you have frozen mango in hand.

The basic difference between ice cream and gelato is , It is churned at a much slower rate, incorporating less air and leaving the gelato denser than ice creamGelato is served at a slightly warmer temperature than ice cream, so its texture stays silkier and softer. Because it has a lower percentage of fat than ice cream, the main flavor ingredient really shines through.

Ingredients : 

3 chopped mangoes - frozen
1 tbsp. grated ginger - optional
1-2 tbsp.  cup brown sugar / agave syrup - optional
1/4 cup Almond Milk or your preferred milk


Cut the mangoes in long slices and froze it for good 4-5 hours.
Take it out and chopped it roughly so its easier to process it in mixture.
Add sweetener if you are using it and ginger.
Blend for a minute or until its broken down in tiny pieces and then add milk spoonful at a time to give nice thick consistency.
Scrape it from sides, if there is any mango is still there.
Make nice thick gelato and scoop it from blender and serve.
My favorite way to enjoy it , is with some leaves of fresh mint.

Hearth and Soul Blog Hop: June First week - Zesty South Indian Kitchen


  1. Simple but delicious recipe. I love mangoes and this gelato sounds great. Thanks for sharing :)

  2. This gelato is refreshing and delicious nad great now that mango season is in.

  3. Wow! That is just too good... must try soon...

  4. Delicious perfect treat, I love, mango,thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, tweeting.


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