Fool apparently is the culinary term for pureed fruit served as a cold dessert. So when you have these over ripe fruits that seem to be growing inside your fridge, then fool its got to be.
This Mango Fool was discovered as a legitimate fool after combing the internet for ideas on what to call such a dish.
- Ripe Mango – 2 cups (diced)
- Heavy Cream – 1/2 cup
- Nutmeg – 1 tsp (grated) (or clove/ cardamom/ ginger etc – any flavouring of choice)
- Chocolate strands (for garnish) (or fresh cream/ mango cubes/ mint leaves/ butterscotch/ praline/ candied ginger – any topping of choice)
- Puree the Mangoes well. The puree needs to be thick and should be able to hold a swirl when you make one.
- Whip cream till it forms peaks. Fold in the Mango Puree. You can retain streaks of white cream if you like or fold in completely. Add grated Nutmeg (or flavouring of choice).
- Transfer to serving glasses or cups. Cover and Chill for 12 hours.
Garnish with chocolate strands (or toppings of choice) before serving.
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- Swati – Aloo Gobi
- Divya – Carrot Rice
- Ranji – Banana chips
- Bhags – Spanakopitta