Monday, 18 February 2013

Mango Possets- Secret Recipe Club challenge


This is my assignment with the Secret Recipe Club.The aim of the club is that you are allocated a blog from which you have to select a recipe and try  it and blog about it.
My assigned blog was Lavender and Lime,this blog is run by Tandy Sinclair.The site has many delicious recipes.I enjoyed looking through the collection for my search for a vegetarian recipe, Finally my sweet tooth caved in and I chose her Orange and cinnamon Posset. I was intrigued by how the cream was going to set without gelatin. I halved the measurements to make  8 miniature portions and also replaced the Orange with a ripe mango.

Delicious and creamy Mango Possets, a delectable and drool worthy dessert. 

Ingredients:

300 ml double cream
300 ml mango puree
75 grams sugar (less if mango is sweet)
I teaspoon lemon zest


Method:

1. In a pan add the sugar and 200 ml mango puree and bring to boil until sugar melts.
2. Turn the heat low and add the cream, whisk for 4-5 minutes until mixture starts to thicken slightly.Strain this mixture through a sieve.
3. Add the lemon zest and stir it into the cream mixture and leave it to cool
4. Get 8 shot glasses and place 1 tablespoon of mango puree into each.Place the shot glasses into the freezer for 10 minutes.
5.Remove the shot glasses from the freezer and gently pour the mango cream on top of the mango puree.
6. Place the Possets into the fridge to set for 2 hours. Sprinkle with a little more lemon zest
Serve  Possets with a lemon short bread.

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16 comments:

  1. I love mango and these look delicious! Great pictures!

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  2. Mangoes are one of my favorite fruits. I haven't made much with them, but this certainly looks like a winner. Great SRC choice!

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  3. Great pics..Love mangoes anytime and this is so catchy that no one would dare to say NO

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  4. looks really yummy...
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  5. thank you for describing this as delectable and drool worthy! Yours looks delicious :)

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  6. this looks fabulous... mouth watering...

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  7. I'm intrigued how such a simple dessert could look and sound so amazing. I love your swap of mango - beautiful.

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  8. "Posset" was such an unfamiliar term I had to look it up. Your post and photos make Mango Posset a "must try" recipe.

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  9. These are so cute and look absolutely gorgeous thank you :)

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  11. A divine pudding. Mango is one of my favourites. Thanks.

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  12. I never knew what a posset was, looks nice and not too complicated.

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