Mango Mousse Cups
This fresh dessert has been shared with us by Karla D'Lima from My LaLa Life. Not only are mangoes delicious, but also versatile. This dessert is light and a little bit different to the standard Aussie pavlova. Delicious and refreshing when chilled.
Recipe Tester Feedback: "This is the perfect summer dessert. Light and refreshing. The taste is so great!" - Summah
No: Gluten / Nuts
Contains: Dairy / Egg
Total Preparation Time 20 minutes + chilling time
Cannot be frozen
- raw sugar - 60-100g (optional, adjust to taste)
- water - 40g, boiling
- gelatine - 1 tsp, powder
- mango - 250g, flesh, plus additional flesh to garnish
- cream - 250g, for whipping
- egg whites - 3
- salt - pinch
- Add raw sugar (60-100g) to the bowl and mill Speed 9 / 10 seconds. Scrape down the sides of the bowl.
- Place boiling water (40g) into a separate small bowl and add the gelatin powder (1 tsp). Stir until dissolved.
- Add mango flesh (250g) and dissolved gelatin into your machine's bowl and puree Speed 8 / 30 seconds. Empty bowl and set puree aside.
- Clean mixer bowl and dry.
- Insert whisk attachment. Add whipping cream (250g) into the bowl and whip Speed 4 / 10-30 seconds or until thickened.
- Remove whisk attachment. Empty bowl and set whipped cream aside.
- Thoroughly clean mixer bowl and dry well.
- Insert clean dry whisk attachment. Place egg whites (3) and a pinch of salt into the bowl. Program 3:30 minutes / Speed 3-4 or until stiff peaks form.
- Add reserved mango puree and whipped cream to the bowl and combine Reverse+Speed 3 / 20 seconds.
- Pour mousse into individual portion cups and leave in the fridge to chill and set. Garnish with freshly diced mango prior to serving.