Follow the Multo™ by CookingPal® guided recipe and make this lime posset recipe in just one bowl! Mix ingredients together and then cook in the same bowl to create this tangy, creamy summertime dessert. This lime posset is a perfect combination of smooth posset and tropical mango sauce and is a tart, refreshing end to your meal.
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1. Blend the mango.
Using the different speeds (1-10) offered by Multo™, you can blend your fruit and achieve different textures based on your personal preference.
2. Make the posset.
Cook the cream and sugar together twice at different temperatures to achieve desired consistency. Easily adjust temperatures up to 265F on Multo™ by the jog dial.
3. Top the refrigerated posset with mango sauce.
After posset has become firm, top individual servings with mango sauce and enjoy!
Cooking tips and tricks
This recipe can be made vegan by simply changing a few ingredients. Replace chicken broth with vegetable broth and use vegan Parmesan cheese in place of the regular variety. For adventurous chefs, check out our Smart Kitchen Hub for a recipe on how to make homemade vegan Parmesan cheese!
Since the posset needs time to set after cooking, it may be beneficial to make the recipe the day before serving. This way, the posset is firm and ready to serve immediately when you need it.
Too much liquid will prevent proper setting of the posset. Make sure to do exact measurements and cooking times to ensure your posset sets as it should.
Use castor or superfine sugar if possible in this recipe. Granulated sugar is a bigger grain and could lead to a grainy texture of your posset, but using a finer ground sugar will eliminate any possibility of your posset becoming grainy. Following exact blending times and speeds will also help to make sure your posset is as creamy as possible.
Use a mesh sieve to strain mango sauce and to take away any fruit clumps or pulp that may be present.
What are the variations of the lime posset?
This is a very seasonal, refreshing dessert. Topping it with seasonal fresh fruit like raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, etc. will add more fruit flavors, health benefits, and color to its presentation.
The final verdict on the lime posset - how does it taste?
Enjoy smooth, creamy textures and tangy, fruity flavors in this seasonal dessert recipe.It’s:
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A super tangy, creamy pudding scented with lime zest and served topped with a bright mango puree.
13.5 OZ / 380 G ripe mango (1 large)
4.5 OZ / 125 G sugar, divided
2 TBSP water
3.75 OZ / 100 ML fresh lime juice, divided
16.25 OZ / 450 ML heavy cream
finely grated zest of 1 lime
Peel the mango and cut off the fruit on either side of the large pit in the center. Add the mango to the mixing bowl.
Add 2 tablespoons sugar, the water, and 1 tables poon lime juice to the mixing bowl. Blend the sauce for 45 seconds / speed 8. Scrape the mango sauce into a small bowl, cover tightly with plastic wrap, and refrigerate.
Add the remaining sugar and the cream to the mixing bowl. With the measuring cup removed, cook for 5 minutes /265°F|130°C / speed 1.
Continue cooking for 5 minutes / 195°F|90°C / speed setting 1. Add the remaining 6 table spoons lime juice and the lime zest, and stir in for 20 seconds / speed 1.
Divide the posset among 6 small custard cups, ramekins, or glasses. Refrigerate until set, at least 4 hours and up to overnight.
Top each serving with a spoonful of the mango sauce. Enjoy your dessert!
For an extra smooth mango sauce, pass it through a fine-mesh sieve.