Homemade Chickoo Ice Cream Recipe
Homemade Chickoo Ice Cream is a recipe made from fresh chickoos/ sapotas with all natural ingredients and strictly no artificial flavours or preservatives. Ice creams are summer heat busters and this could be a great idea to treat the kids and relatives with something homemade rather than the store bought ones. This is a great idea for tea time parties too. Serve this homemade chickoo ice cream with fresh pieces of chickoo.
Serve as a dessert after your scrumptious meal of Paneer Pav Bhaji on a weekday.
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- 1 dozen Chikoo (Sapota Fruit) , (sapotas) +1 chickoo for serving
- 250 grams Fresh cream , (little more than 1/2 cup)
- 1 1/2 cups Milk , full fat milk is required
- 1/2 cup Milk Powder
- 1 cup Sugar
How to make Homemade Chickoo Ice Cream Recipe
Start making Homemade Chickoo Ice Cream Recipe by cleaning and peeling the chickoos/sapotas and deseed them.
Blend the fruit to make a smooth pulp with a hand blender and keep aside.
Take a big steel vessel, add the cooking cream, milk powder, sugar & milk, using a hand whisk mix together to remove lumps if any formed by the milk powder.
Add the chickoo pulp and using a mixer, whisk it for 1 minute until all the ingredients are incorporated. Taste the chickoo milk to adjust sugar.
Transfer the chickoo milk to an air tight container (I used the Tupperware Ice cream box), Let the ice cream set for 2 hrs to look and feel like a softy ice cream, remove it again and churn it in mixer for 2-3 minutes, transfer it to the air tight box again.
This procedure is done to avoid crystallization of the ice cream. Refreeze the ice-cream for 12-15hrs. Remember the freezer should be at maximum temperature & the ice-cream is made in air tight box.
Serve this Homemade Chickoo Ice Cream Recipe with a few pieces of chickoos. Serve it as a dessert after your scrumptious meal of Paneer Pav Bhaji on a weekday.
Soni is an Indian Food Blogger based in Bahrain, and she blogs at Soni’s Kitchen. Since childhood, she has been hooked to cooking and would help out her mother in the kitchen. She makes the most of her time baking, blogging, clicking pictures and of course eating different types of cuisines and experimenting in her kitchen. She loves to share traditional recipes inspired from her mother, tried and tasted by her, family and friends.