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Infusing dried mango with rum makes this a special ice cream treat.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 1998
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Dried mango can be found in most health or specialty-food stores. Make sure your fresh mangoes are very ripe.

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  • Noren
    17 APR, 2011
    I also skipped the dried mango in rum. I added a vanilla bean and recommend passing the mixture through a chinois before chilling, especially if your mangoes more fibrous. If using champagne mangoes, you might want to use three.
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  • aquajade
    5 OCT, 2009
    I made this without the dried mango and rum. Tasted great and was a hit. Very creamy. I didn't sieve the mango puree so the ice cream had very small bits of mango in it and had some bite.
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