Mango Lime Granita

mango lime granita

This mango lime granita is refreshingly cool, light, simple and pretty!!! Made with fresh mangoes and lime juice, it is my go-to on a hot summer day.

mango lime granita

Hello, summer treat!

Fresh mango granita all day, all summer long.

So fruity. Because it’s all fruit <– no water/juice.

ALMOST guilt free. 

Fruit granitas are one of my favorite things to make in summer. It’s loaded with fresh summer fruit. Can be made ahead and stored in the freezer for anytime use. Incredibly easy to make. Aaaand, it tastes amazing!

This mango granita ain’t any different-

  • You blend fresh mango, lime juice and sugar

  • Freeze

  • Scrape and eat.

mango lime granita

Most granita recipes requires stirring the blended mixture (from the freezer) every 30 minutes to distribute the ice crystals until I realized one day ( out of sheer laziness) this method works amazing. In fact, makes it less icier. 

You blend granita ingredients, pour into a freezer safe container and freeze until solid. 

Scrape with a fork (just as much as you need), spoon into a bowl and store remaining granita in the freezer. As easy as that. 

This mango granita is made with all mangoes, a bit of sugar to sweeten and lime juice. No liquid of any kind. So, you can really taste the fruit <—- Summer in a bowl. 

mango lime granita

To make the best tasting mango granita

  1. Use ripe, juicy mangoes that are not fibrous. 

  2. Sugar depends on the sweetness of the mangoes. Add 2 tablespoons of sugar, blend and taste. You want the mixture to be a little sweeter than what you would want (since the granita will taste less sweeter when frozen). Add more if required.

The best part is that you make it and let it hang out in the freezer. Satisfies your ice cream temptation without the guilt.

mango lime granita

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Mango Lime Granita

This mango lime granita is refreshingly cool, light, simple and pretty!!! Made with fresh mangoes and lime it is my go to on hot summer day.  

Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4
Author Maria Doss

Ingredients

  • 3 medium ripe mangoes
  • 2-4 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice

Instructions

  1. Peel skin off mangoes and chop the flesh coarsely (try to get chop off all the flesh around the seed as well). 

  2. Add chopped mangoes, sugar and lime juice into a blender (a food processer will work too). Blend until pureed well. (Sugar depends on the sweetness of the mangoes. Add 2 tablespoons of sugar, blend and taste. You want the mixture to be a little sweeter than what you would want (since the granita will taste less sweeter when frozen). Add more if required)

  3. Transfer mixture into a freezer safe container, cover and freeze overnight or until solid. (Granita can be frozen for up to a week before serving)

  4. Just before serving, remove granita from freezer and scrape with a fork into flaky ice crystals. Spoon granita into serving bowls. 

Recipe Notes

Sugar depends on the sweetness of the mangoes. Add 2 tablespoons of sugar, blend and taste. You want the mixture to be a little sweeter than what you would want (since the granita will taste less sweeter when frozen). Add more if required.

Use ripe, juicy mangoes that are not fibrous.

If you’ll love this mango lime granita recipe or make it yourselves, please let me know. Please rate, leave a comment or tag #kitchenathoskins on Instagram. I’d love to see your creation!

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