Friday, April 13, 2012

Mango-Langka Popsicle



I owe much of my childhood happiness to frozen treats- magnolia chocolate popsicles and my neighbor's  home made ice candy. One of my fondest food memories is playing under the furious sun and holding a melting "ice buko".  

Summer is all about fun in the sun. As the temperature climbs, a frozen treat is the only thing you would want to refresh and cool your body down. KCC March hosts  Inuyaki and Jun  came out with the  theme   "frozen treats". Inspired by Mexican Paletas I am sharing you a simple recipe of Mango-Langka Popsicle with a kick.

Ingredients

2 tblspn Water
2 pcs Ripe Mango
3 tblspn Langka (jack fruit), small diced
a pinch and a dash of Chili Powder





Procedure

Puree Mango in a food processor or blender. Add water.

Pour pureed mango into mold and add pieces of langka and pinch of chili powder.

Place in freezer for few hours until set.

 Enjoy !

16 comments:

  1. Oh..this look so refreshing. Over here we call jackfruit 'nangka'. Similar to how you call it in you native language.

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    1. Thank you !!! =) how's the weather there ? Happy summer !

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  2. ooh love this combination!! looks great too :)

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  3. We also call langka in Ibanag nangka ;) I love the combo.. it's definitely summer in your mouth!
    malou

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  4. A pinch of chili? i'm sold. haha! great job! :D

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  5. These are my 2 favorite fruit flavors...mango and langka. Heavenly! This is a classic! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Love how you added chilli to blend with the sweetness. Even though it's cold here in Melbourne, I could use one of these. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. thank you for dropping by =) add more chilies !!!

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  7. Mango and langka... wonderful combination! And chili powder?! That's really something to try. :-)

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