Sarah’s Frozen Fruit Salad

Feel like wanting to beat that heat?  A quick fix is to enjoy a bowl of my frozen fruit salad.  It’s a simple recipe, merely throwing things together in a large bowl.   And when you are ready to serve, just take the container out of the freezer for some 30 minutes and scoop softened fruit salad to individual cups or salad bowls,  and enjoy!

Sarah’s Frozen Fruit Salad

4 ripe yellow mangoes, diced
1 can Chaokoh young coconut meat, drained and snipped into bite-size pieces
1 can Chaokoh jack fruit, drained and snipped into bite-size pieces
1 jar/bottle colored Kaong (chewy fruit of sugar palm tree), drained and rinsed (available at  Asian stores or Asian-foods aisle of supermarkets)
2 boxes Alsa green gulaman (gelatin) or any flavored gelatin
almond extract
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream

Make gulaman (gelatin) squares.   In a medium-size saucepan, empty contents of 2 boxes gulaman.  Add 2 1/2 cups water and a splash of almond extract; whisk to dissolve.  Let boil.  Transfer to pyrex dish and chill until firm.  Cut into squares.

In a large bowl, combine diced yellow mangoes, coconut meat, jack fruit, kaong and gulaman squares.   Blend together condensed milk, whipping cream and a splash of almond extract in a medium bowl; stir into fruits and mix well.   Freeze.

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