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Mango Ice Cream

Mango season is here in the Caribbean. Most if not all trees are laden with mangoes of every different kind. In Trinidad there are quite a variety of mangoes but my favorite of course is the Julie mango. Their flesh is soft but juicy and sweet, some folks find it a little stringy however.
There are many ways to enjoy mangoes here. Of course the most popular is making mango chow. Ive decided to change that up a little and share a quick mango ice cream recipe I'm sure you'll love. 5 ingredients and minimal work, what can be better.
Ingredients 4 Ripe mangoes1/2 cup condensed milk1 cup whipping creamTeaspoon of saltJuice of one lime Steps: Peel mangoes, chop into rough pieces and blend for a minute or so to create a mango purée. Pass the purée through a sieve or strainer to remove any stringy bitsWhip the whipping cream until you get stiff peaks. Pay attention otherwise the cream will become grainy. If it does get grainy add just a little more cream and fold.Fold in the mango puré…

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