Sunday, November 16, 2008

Avocado Strawberry desert

Long hiatus from blogging owing to a very nomadic experience on the family front . Back to blogging and happy to be back. Let me start, rather restart with one simple desert recipe, the source of which I am unaware of . Passed on from friends I guess. This particular recipe has no fixed measurements. Avocado, the key ingredient here is very similar to the butter fruit we get in Bangalore. The juice centres(especially the ubiquitous Ganesh fruit stalls :)) in Bangalore make a soothing milk shake out of the butter fruits. Yummmm....
The recipe I give below has a strong Avocado taste ,( well, because its an Avocado desert , dummy) and I feel only people who love this fruit will like this desert . Wow!!! i talk sense :D .
The chopped strawberries really add a great crunchy taste to this.

Ingredients :
  1. Avocado: 2
  2. Strawberries: 8 chopped
  3. Condensed milk: just enough to give the sweetness.(i used about half a can)
  4. Heavy cream: just enough to give a mousse consistency.

Procedure :

  1. Take the pulp out of the Avocado fruit to a blender.
  2. Add the condensed milk and heavy cream and run the blender.Add the condensed milk and heavy cream in batches so as to get the right consistency and sweetness. I feel the sweetness requirement really varies . For my atrocious sweet tooth , the more, the better :).
  3. Take the mixture out of the blender into a bowl.
  4. To this add chopped strawberries. Mix well and chill in the freezer for not more than 30 Min's.
  5. Serve in individual cups. Enjoy


Happy cook said...

I have never had this combo, it looks so creamy and love the repspots of strawberries

Avinash Shahdadpuri said...

This sounds, nice and simple. Should try this out.

Bhavana said...

It looks delicious!!
I am happy you are back to blogging again!! :)

Sagari said...

very unique combo thanu

Miss Stymie said...

beautiful is the word

Padma said...

thanu, turned very delicious. I also added some finely crushed almonds. This made the recipe even more rich and crunchier.

Sophie said...

Very unique dessert :)! It sounds really fresh and healthy. I also like the summery colors. I'd like to include your recipe on our blog, please let me know if you're interested :).

Sophie, Key Ingredient Chief Blogger

Suchi said...

Hey Thanu,
I just took a part of your idea and made Badaam+Hazelnut Kheer with half an avocado in it!

No new recipes?

ashima said...

This looks and sounds amazing :) And Avacado is so healthy for you also :) Hope you all are looking forward to a fun holiday weekend!

ashima said...

I agree I hope we blog more :) I couldn't believe it had been a whole year! :) Glad you too are posting more! Definitely look forward to meeting again soon! Lots of love to the kids :)

Veena.N.K said...

Lovely recipe. Thanks.

Sur Name Confussion said...

Nice post, i hope everyone will like your post.