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Friday, January 11, 2008

Mango Mousse


Mango Mousse

This recipe of mango mousse, got it from one of my friend. Befor I try it I searched a lot for a gelatin free mango mousse. How to use agar agar an all ? Atlast found out some how, too much of research.. :). I used a little less agar agar i guess so it was not that jelly and hard, But I have given proper proportion here for my friends.

Actually when I made, used only 1/4 cup of agar agar and it came out very soft. It dint harden up at all, i was very sad :(. But dint give it up 'Try try till u succeed', so next day again added 2-3 tbsp, that was fine. But double work, and had to repair to put it on my blog ;)..So had to find out the proportion of agar agar to be used. This 1/2 cup is fine i guess. Four table spoon is equal to 1/4 cup, can use 8 to 10 table spoon of agar agar to be sure to get the nice texture of mango mousse :).. Better than my.....

So here is the recipe, its very nice and tasty.. yummy..!! Enjoy


11/2 cup Mango puree
1 cup Milk
1/2 cup Sugar
1+1/2 cup Water
8 oz Philadelphia cheese
1/2 cup Agar agar
1/2 tsp Mango essence


1. Soak agar agar in half a cup of water of atleast half an hour.
2. Heat up 1 cup of water in a thick base pan.
3. Now add the soaked agar agar. Keep it stiring till the agar agar get dissolved in it. Keep the gas in the low flame.
4. When agar agar is dissloved add milk, sugar and mango puree.
5. Grate the cheese in the meanwhile, add cheese to the above mixer spoon by spoon. So that cheese get mixed up well.
6. Last add the mango essence and switch off the gas.
7. Let it cool. Pour the mixer to a blender an blend it 2-3 round. Just to make sure all ingrediants are properly mixed.
8. Then pour it to mould of ur wish and refrigerate it for atleast 5 to 6 hours.
9. Can also add some tutty fruity to look mango mousse color full.

Mango Mousse

Mango Mousse


Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Yummy!!!! the mousse looks really delicious...

Sagari said...

archana what is agar agar I dont know that but your mousse looks so yummyyyyy

Pooja said...

This really looks very nice. You presented it perfectly too !
thanks for sharing , hubby is big mango flavor lover, its a sure try for me. :)

Archy said...

Thank u ramya..:)

Sagari : Agar agar is also known as China grass. Its used as an substitute to gelatin. It is vegetarian gelatin substitute, a thickener for soups and jellis.

Pooja : Thank u.. yup.. Try it and tel me how is it.. :).. !!

AnuSriram said...

Looks perfect and delicious... Hmmmm... Nice one to try!

KonkaniBlogger said...

The mousse looks perfect Archana..My mouth is watering looking at those pics..Am ready to attack it :)

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...
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Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Hi Archana
A very nice recipe....well its summer time here in Botswana and with mangoes around, i think i will certainly make mango mousse on one of the evenings.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving encouraging words.

Rajitha said...

wow! looks so good..have been wanting to try agar-agar but yet to do since i have it all easy for me, i should try it out soon :)

TBC said...

That looks so good! I've posted something similar with pineapple.
It's so easy to put together too!

vimmi said...

loved the recipe and the picture. have to try this soon

Anonymous said...

The mousse looks fabulous Archana. Thanks for the information about Agar Agar also. Even though I have heard that I did not care to know about it in detail. Recently only I came to know that gelatin is made up of animal bones, so I did not want to try anything with gelatin and I was wondering what will be good substitute. Your wiki reference really helped me.

Also I'm collecting eggless baking recipes and I see that you have many. Thanks for that too.

Unknown said...

The mousse looks yummy. Got to try it. But where can I find Agar Agar ? Can I use gelatin instead ? Pl. let me know asap. Thanks !

Archy said...

Thanx :)!!
U can find Agar Agar in any Indian store or American store.
Its better to use Agar agar, instead of Gelatin !!
do click on the link Agar agar, to check about it !!

Habiba said...

Hi Archy,
I am new to the blogging world and recently came across your mango mousse recipe. It looked so good that I had to try it. Turned out great! Thanks for the awesome recipe!I am now a regular visitor to ur great recipes - Habiba

Dhanya Ganesh said...

Wow Archy, mango mousse and the icecream looks very yummy.
Thanks for sharing the recipe.

simplyfood said...

Looks delicious, will surely try it.

Unknown said...

this recipe looks really yummy!!!!
i want to know why have you used Cream cheese...Can this be done without it?

Unknown said...

it looks really yummy!!!!
Can i know why have u used Cream cheese? Can the recipe be made without it?

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Will the milk curdle while adding it to agar agar? Looks lovely.

Archy said...

Milk will not curdle while adding agar agar.. its an substitute for gelatin.. an vegetarian version !!
Thank you!!

Archy said...

Thank you !!
You need to use cream cheese, which makes this mousse creamy an yum !! Do try,.. its easily available in any US stores!! Even in India u get it!!

Unknown said...

Delicious.. Thanks for share.
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