Desserts

Decadent Chocolate Icecream

It’s been a while since I last posted. And like everything I would like to start back with something sweet. And what better way than an Icecream when India is having summer now and Australia is getting into winter. For me season never mattered to enjoy a delicious scoop of icecream. And this decadent recipe is sure to hit the spot.

IMG_5844My mom used to make pista icecream and I remember collecting cream for days from the top of the boiled milk before my mom could start making the icecream. Now things have become so much easier with store ready cream which will save lot of time. This chocolate icecream is an inspiration from my mom’s recipe and a cookbook which my son gave me.

This chocolate icecream recipe does  not need an Icecream maker or machine, just a hand mixer will be enough. The cornflour added to the recipe will help in binding the icecream. There are 3 types of chocolate- milk,dark and white chocolate used in this icecream which make it so good that it will be so hard to stop going for more.

Decadent Chocolate Icecream

  • Servings: ~6
  • Difficulty: medium
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Ingredients

  1. Egg yolks-4
  2. Full cream milk/ semi- skimmed milk- 1 1/4 cup or 300 ml
  3. Sugar -6 tbsp
  4. Cornflour – 1/4 tsp Whipping cream- 300 ml
  5. Milk chocolate – 200 gms
  6. Dark chocolate – 50 gms
  7. Milk chocolate- 50 gms

Please watch the video for the method and enjoy!

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Desserts

Pista Kulfi – frozen dessert

Kulfi is a very popular Indian frozen dessert made out of milk, cream and nuts. It is  similar to an ice cream but the texture of the kulfi is much denser compared to a smooth ice cream. The taste is absolutely delicious.

This dessert is so popular that they are sold in ice cream carts or cycles in several Indian streets. They are traditionally served in matka (small earthern pots) or in the well known sticks. In this recipe I made them in small plastic containers. Please feel free to even choose ice cube trays or ice cream moulds.

This is a simple recipe and a great heart stealer in your dessert menu. Enjoy!

Please find the video recipe below: