Monday, January 2, 2012

Fried Ice Cream

I saw this fried ice cream from Asianet Cookery Show, I was really wondering by hearing the recipe name and excitedly watched till the end. As soon as I saw this I wanted to try and for luck these ingredients where lying in my pantry. So as soon as I tried I am placing it before you. It is really very tasty and can be easily made and of course it is an innovative snack. So try this, here goes the recipe.
Ingredients
Bread: 10
Strawberry Ice Cream: 10 tbsp (can use any flavor of your choice)
Bread Crumps: needed
Oil: For Deep Frying
Method of Preparation
Remove the sides of the bread (brown crust). (This step is optional.)
Take little water in a bowl, dip the bread in water and squeeze the water from the bread by keeping it flat on the palm, use both the hands while squeezing, be careful not to tear the bread.
Take 1tbsp ice cream, place it in the middle of the bread and roll it into round shape without the ice cream coming out side.
Roll this bread balls in bread crumps. Continue the same processes till you finish all the bread.
Heat oil in a pan, deep fry the bread balls till all the sides becomes golden brown color.
An innovative and delicious snack is ready to serve.

Note: Should use very cold ice cream, if it starts melting it will difficult to fold in bread.

Sending this to ABC series Desserts event hosted by Ramya

24 comments:

Roshu said...

lovely recipe dear

Roshni said...

aha kollalo.. i have tasted it in some restaurants before. never knew how they made it. will try sometime

Priya said...

Yum yum,fried ice cream, its in my to do list since a long,well done..

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Delicious recipe....Thanks for sharing.

Christy Gerald said...

I used to do it with a refined flour mix .Its tough to do it with bread.Yummy

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PrathibhaSreejith said...

lovely recipe, wanted to try it from long time..
Hopefully sometime soon..

Nisa Homey said...

Kollamallo!! never had this....happy new year!!

Nithu Bala said...

Happy New Year Faseela:-) Fried Ice Cream is my favou..picture is so good.

Sobha Shyam said...

interesting recipe, sounds yum..Happy New year to you and your family.

Maayeka said...

delicious and very interesting recipe..will try this soon :)

Kaveri said...

I too had seen this recipe on T.V...Looks very Yum!

Priya's Feast said...

I luv fried icecream its my fav too

Chandrani said...

Very interesting and delicious recpe, feseela.

Sensible Vegetarian said...

This looks superb, lovely one.

Julie said...

Yummy yum .. A nice twist.. I too saw this recipe in asianet but didn't have the courage to try out , now after looking at your recipe..sure will tryout!!

Teena Mary said...

wow..interesting & simple recipe!! Glad tht it came out well :) No icecream in stock else i wud have tried it today itself ;)

Amy said...

I was just shocked by seen the name...:) Sounds tasty & interesting,I guess I have tasted something similar to this somewhere...Thanks for sharing...

Ramya said...

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Deeps @ Naughty Curry said...

wow...fried icecream is something i have never heard, seen or eaten! looks so delecious, i wanna try it but i have 1 question.. does the ice cream inside remain solid after frying?

faseela said...

Deeps: It dont remain solid, it melts a but eventhough it melts it wont leak or come outside from the bread.Just after frying when u check the icecream inside it will be cold enough....It tastes superb...try it out let me know

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow.....fried ice cream...bookmarking it :-)could hav never thought of this be4 :-)

Ramya said...

want to have this soon..thanks for linking with my event.

Asmita said...

I love fried ice cream and now finally I find a recipe to make it. It looks amazing!!!