4 scoops ice cream
1 egg whites
2 cups cornflakes
2 tsp cinnamon
Vegetable oil for deep-frying
The Chinese have invented many a great thing—printing blocks, flutes, medicine, etc. But a chef cares little about these things as much he or she cares about fried ice cream! Fried ice cream is an outrageously innovative dish and every bit delish—hot and crisp on the outside, cold and fudgy on the inside! It’s amazing how understated, everyday items are tossed into the pan to create a marvel of a dish called fried ice cream! Once in a while, it’s perfectly OK to get decadent over fried food and overload of sugar!
How to Make Fried Ice cream
While it may have taken you a while to read on how to make fried ice cream, the actual time to prepare the dish barely takes 15 minutes and an extra 5 minutes to deep-fry. Admitted, you must wait long before you get to enjoy fried ice cream, because of the refrigeration time involved. While the ice cream sits in the freezer, you can pack hot meals in a Vaya Tyffyn, run a few errands, and get back to frying the ice cream balls. Once done, you can have hot meals and finish off with fried ice cream for dessert!
Weird ice cream flavors sold around the world include tomato, sea island salt, soy chicken, eel, betel leaves, orchard root, and potatoes!
Kemps dairy unveiled the world’s largest scoop of of ice cream to celebrate their 100th anniversary. The ice was carved out from 700 odd containers of ice cream!
The word “sundae” comes from Sunday—the term supposedly used by Chester Platt, a druggist, to label his brand of cherry syrup!