Thursday, September 4, 2008

Mango Yogurt Soy Milk Mousse

Hi! Hace mucho calor today again!!! We keep high temperatures of 86F (30C) daily :( I hope cleaners won't start the summer clothing sale now. Because in winter, they started while it was still cold in April!

Anyway, before this hot weather ends, I will translate my "Mango Yogurt Soy Milk Mousse" which was introduced at the very bottom of this page on 8/29.

The recipe is very easy and healthy! You can substitute mango with any other fruit of your choice ;)

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Mango Yogurt Soy Milk Mousse

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 10min + 60min refrigeration time
Number of servings: 4

Necessary Equipment:
blender / mixer

Ingredients:
A
* 100cc soy milk
* 100g (3.5oz.) plain yogurt (unsweetened)
* 100cc fresh cream
* 3 tbsp. honey
5g (0.18oz.) unflavored granular gelatin
50cc water
1 fresh mango or any other fruit of your choice

Directions:
1. In a heat-proof small bowl, combine gelatin and 50cc water. Let sit 5 minutes until gelatin is softened. Microwave, uncovered, on Medium 500 W (50-60%) for about 40 seconds until dissolved. Do not boil. Otherwise you have to discard it.
2. Mix A and 1. in blender until smooth.
3. In a container, place bite-size cut fresh mango, pour 2., cover, and refrigerate for about an hour.
4. To serve, scoop 3. into a serving dish.
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6 comments:

  1. Hi Ochi,

    Very hot here too in the 90's. I get to go in my pool now!

    What a nice treat for a hot day, looks so good!

    I'm going to swim, and hose off my dog! :)

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  2. Ohayo jo!

    90's!? That's too hot!!! But at least you have cool air in the evening, that is good!

    Did you realize that I wrote "moose" not mousse... Oh no... I just changed it :(

    You have a Dog!? I didn't know that! Have fun!!!

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  3. Hi Ochi

    This recipe looked fresh and nice.I think i got to try it some day.

    Malaysia's weather always the same..hot or rain..but this few days really hot..

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  4. Hi jose!

    Sorry that I couldn't translate it sooner! Hope you get a chance to make this someday!
    I know fresh cream is high in calories but don't substitute it. Otherwise it won't be rich in taste ;)

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  5. Looks like very delicious...and easy to make.
    thanks for sharing!

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  6. Thank you DabaMehon!
    I hope you can try someday :)

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