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Cold Mango Souffle




 Ingredients :
-2 large mangoes,peeled,pitted and chopped
- 2 tbsp water
- 1 tbsp kosher gelatin
- 2 egg yolk
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup milk
- grated rind of 1 orange
- 1/2 cup heavy cream
Preparation :
place a few or 2 tbsp chopped mango in the base of each four 2/3 cup ramekins,wrap a greased collar of parchment paper around outside of each dish,extending well above the rim,secure with adhesive tape,then tie tightly with string

pour the water into a small heatproof bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over the surface,leave for 5 minutes or until spongy,place the bowl in a pan or hot water,stirring occasionally until the gelatin has dissolved

meanwhile whisk the egg yolk with the sugar and milk in another heatproof bowl over a pan of simmering water and continue to whisk until the mixture is thick
remove from the heat and continue whisking until the mixture cools,whisk in the liquid gelatin
Pour the remaining mango pieces in a food processor or blender,then fold the paste into the egg yolk mixture with the orange rind,set the mixture aside until starting to thicken

Whip the double cream to soft peaks reserve 4 table and fold the rest into mango mixture ,spoon into the remekins until the mixture is 1/2-1 inch above the rim of each dish,chill for 3-4 hours or until set

carefully remove the paper collars from the souffles,spoon of the little reserved cream on top,dprinkle with orange rind if you like,,,,




Comments

  1. Seems like its a three in one occasion and also another perfect souffl├ęs to feet in. I have never made this before but as usual, anything with mangoes I will go all the way. Beautifully done up esp with the frosting on top.

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  2. Another dessert of my favorite fruit.

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  3. Happy Birthday for yesterday. My birthday was Friday! I just commented to another blogger who had a birthday last week that there are so many of us with May birthdays. :) Congratulations on Top 9 today on your Grilled Shrimp Arugula Taco!! Outstanding job!! This cold mango souffle looks amazing... I love mango anything. :)

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  4. This does look like a tasty treat! I would say that you really know how to celebrate with some great food and happy belated birthday! I am glad you shared this. I have never made souffles before but this is inspiring. Awesome presentation!

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  5. Lucky mum for having two celebrations in one - this souffle is superb and a magnificent way to celebrate :D
    Well done!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  6. Happy birthday, Ridwan! Many happy returns :)

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  7. Happy belated Birthday! Hope you had a great day! This souffle looks lovely! I'm always afraid to make them!

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  8. Anything mango is my weakness and I am finding your Mango Souffle irresistible! It sure is drool worthy :)

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  9. Happy belated birthday! So many people have their birthdays in May. Must be a good month!

    I love mango's and I love what you did with them in this souffle. Great dessert!

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