Indian fruit cream – Perfect summer friendly dessert. Serve this chilled fruit salad along with your lunch or dinner or as a dessert in parties.
Summer and chilled deserts are is a good combination, right? When the climate gets hot, we all like to eat some chilled desserts. I have some chilled desserts recipe on the blog like Oreo Vanilla parfait, strawberry kheer and now, today’s recipe – Fruit Cream.
What is Fruit Cream?
Fruit cream is a popular desert in India and you will usually find it in Indian weddings, along with the other popular desserts. The good thing is that you can easily prepare this at home and that too in a short span of time. Basically, fruit cream is a mixture of fruits along with cream. It tastes best when served chilled.
Fruit cream ingredients
Broadly, fruit cream is made up of two ingredients – Chopped fruits and cream. It is prepared by mixing both of these together. It is then kept in fridge and is, later on, served chilled.
I have used fruits like apples, bananas, pear, grapes, pomegranate and cherry. You can also use pineapples, mango, strawberry, blueberry, whatever fruit you have. You can chop and add that in this fruit cream.
Fruit cream recipe with whipped cream
Fruit cream is prepared using cream : heavy cream. That’s why, the first step is to whip the cream. I have used whipped cream for making this recipe.
For this, take the required amount of cream in a mixing bowl and whip it, using a hand mixer or a stand mixer, or a hand whisk ; till soft peaks appear. You do not need to add sugar in this as the whipped cream is already sweet.
Make sure that the cream is cold. You can also keep the mixing bowl and the whisks of the hand mixer in the fridge for 10 to 15 minutes, before whipping the cream. This will ensure that the cream whips properly.
Fruit salad with Amul fresh cream
If you don’t have heavy cream or whipped cream, you can also use Amul fresh cream. Fruit cream can be prepared using low fat content cream like Amul fresh cream.
The process is similar. You will firstly whip Amul fresh cream till it almost doubles in volume and soft peaks appear. You will have to add sugar if you are using Amul fresh cream. So whip Amul fresh cream (for 5-10 minutes) till soft peaks appear. Then add sugar and again whip for 5 minutes.
How to make fruit salad with cream?
Let’s see the final assembling now.
Take a mixing bowl. Add the chopped fruits. Add the whipped cream. Gently mix everything together. Keep the mixing bowl in the fridge for at least an hour or two. Serve chilled!
You can also add dry fruits like almonds, cashews, pistachios or walnuts in the fruit cream. Even tutti frutti can be added.
This fruit cream makes an amazing dessert. You can prepare this for any regular lunch or dinner. You can also prepare this as a special dessert for any birthday party. This is such an easy recipe and versatile too. You can experiment with the ingredients and can create different versions of the fruit cream every time.
The recipe is quite simple but believe me it tastes awesome. Do prepare it. I am sure you would like it.
Indian Fruit Cream
Indian fruit cream - Prepared using fruits and cream; it is the one ideal summer dessert recipe.
- 1 Cup Cream Whipping cream or Amul fresh cream
- 1 Cup Chopped Mixed Fruits (Apple, Banana, Strawberry, Pear, Pomegranate, Mango etc.)
Add cream into a mixing bowl and whip it for 2-3 minutes or till it doubles in volume. (Note - It may take some more time if you are using Amul fresh cream or if you are whipping the cream using a hand whisk).
Add chopped fruits and mix nicely.
Keep the prepared fruit cream in fridge for at least an hour.
Serve and enjoy.
Hope you like this recipe.
Have a nice day!
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