Mango Lime Syllabub
This is a very simple dish that is low in sugar but packs a punch in flavour. It has been shared with us by Tamara Morris from My Melbourne Thermo. Syllabub is a sweet British dish typically involving sweetened curdled milk or cream. Okay, so while that may not SOUND amazing, the sweet creaminess coupled with the tang from the lime is ever so good. Give it a try!
Recipe Tester Feedback: "This was so luscious with the mango and lime and mint.It tastes divine, has so few ingredients and the method was simple.I will definitely make it again." - Erika
No: Gluten / Egg / Nuts
Total Preparation Time 10 minutes
Cannot be frozen
- sugar - 50g
- fresh mint - 3, sprigs, leaves only, plus a few leaves for garnish
- lime - 1, peel only
- mango - 300-500g, flesh (from approx. 2 large mangoes)
- cream - 600g
- Place sugar (50g), mint leaves (from 3 sprigs) and lime peel (from 1 lime) into the bowl. Mill Speed 10 / 15 seconds. Set aside.
- Add mango (300g) to the bowl. Puree Speed 5 / 10 seconds. Set aside.
- Add whisk attachment to the bowl, then add cream (600g). Whip cream on Speed 4 until stiff peaks form, but be careful not to over beat (you don’t want to end up with butter).
- Add the mango and 2 Tbsp of the sugar mix. Gently fold with the spatula tocombine. Taste test and add more fruit or sugar as required.
- Place into serving glasses and refrigerate until serving. Serve with a sprinkle of sugar mix and mint.