Fried Ice-Cream recipe | Summer Recipes | Flavour Diary

Yes you read it right...its fried Ice cream...that sounds interesting right... Its been ages ago when me and my friends went for girls team lunch. Ordering and trying different things is my passion so i was lucky to find this interesting dessert on my table. When i saw this on the menu, i laughed at it and ordered it. I was soo excited and eagerly waiting to see how they would serve fried ice cream and they served a ball on a plate drizzled some chocolate sauce on it. It was hot crunchy from outside and cold and soft inside.
When my foodie monday group decided to have some summer theme for a bloghop ... i was not will to have same traditional summer coolers, so search google for help...and by seeing fried Ice cream i was happy and decided to give it a try. There were two ways of doing this fried ice cream one with crushed cereals and egg wash...this is Mexican Fried Ice Cream and the second is Tempura Fried Ice Cream which is cake and tempura which is famous in East Asia. I was not bit confident about crushed cereals and egg wash and it takes bit more steps and time, so i just skipped the Mexican style. Next was tempura way  where we use cake to cover the ice cream and dip it in tempura liquid...hmmm i thought this would be too sweet and then i just remembered my Bread Bonda where we stuff the veggies in the bread and so i did the same way and dipped it in tempura batter and tadaaa i was happy to see the output. 
If you want to surprise yourself or family or friends you can give it a try just like my Custard Powder Lava Cake where the flood of custard blows out when you slice it...so yummy.

Level: Easy
total Time: 20 mins + 4 hrs to chill
Serves: 3
Recipe help youtube

Ingredients
Ice cream: 3 scoops (your choice of ice cream)
Bread Slices: 3-5 as required
Milk: 1/2 cup
Egg: 1 small
Water: 1/2 cup
BreadCrumbs as required*
Garnish
Whipped Cream
Chocolate Sauce
Cherry
Sprinkles

Directions
Scoop out 3 scoops of ice cream and make round shape using your hand.
Cut the edges of the bread,roll it and wrap round the ice cream use bit of milk to seal the edges. Wrap cling film or plastic wrap tightly and put it in the freezer for minimum of 4 hours or till the time you want it.
Just before deep frying , In a deep bowl add milk,water and egg and whisk until well combined. Take bread crumbs in wide plate.
Unwrap the plastic wrap dip in milk mixture and then roll in breadcrumbs. Press the crumbs and roll second time in the bread crumbs. Make sure it is coated properly.
Heat the oil in small deep bowl, once oil is hot carefully drop the ice cream bowl in the oil and keep stirring so that it is cooked on all sides. Once it turns golden brown take off and serve immediately with your  favourite toppings and enjoy.
*BreadCrumbs: I took the bread edges and  bread slice and blended to fine powder.
Tips
You can replace egg with 2 tablespoons of plain flour.
Make use of your favourite ice cream.

Here are few recipes with less than 5 ingredient desserts to try
Madgane (Dairy Free Gluten Free)

Hyderabadi Shahjahani Meetha(Tomato dessert)

Khubani Ka Meetha

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Fried Ice Cream is going to be part of  40 #foodiemonday #summercoolers #bloghop recipes

27 comments:

  1. I had this in Dubai and also back in India. Though it intrigued me, never had the urge to try believing it cannot be replicated at home kitchen! But yay looks like it can as you have not only showed an easy method but also explained the two other ways it is done! Awesome gal!

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    1. We both had it together, Fami... :P The kids have been asking to make this but then maybe I am just too lazy to do it, especially since I can't have ice cream now... hehe... Thank you for sharing it... will save this up for my future reference...

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  2. Such a simple and easy recipe share. I have always felt scary to try and test. But your step by step pictorials and easy instructions did away with my fear Nisa!

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  3. What a lovely recipe Nisa had heard about it but you have given me the guts to try it.

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  4. Interesting and easy recipe... Thx for share..

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  5. What a lovely & interesting share nisa, yummy 😋👌

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  6. Yes its a interesting recipe...alway scared to try fried icecream...but your pictorial seems easy...thanks for sharing

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  7. Have read about fried ice cream in Mexican recipe books and never got down to trying it out. Lovely share.

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    1. mexican recipe uses crushed nuts and egg wash dee, it takes bit long freezing time than the recipe i did..thank you

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  8. Nita, this is such awesome post Year, I can't even think about this icecream...superbbb

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  9. Awesome and one of my fav recipes. Never tried this but now am going to soon!! Thanks for the egg substitute too :)

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  10. What a interesting and lovely recipe. Loved it Nisa. Always scared to make it but now get some courage from you. Thanks dear.

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  11. This I tasted last month in Malacca... loved... yours is awesome....

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  12. Recipe of Fried Ice Cream

    Often the mature in you is seeking difficult to don't agree with the statement, but the kid in you is nodding go. Let us all make a decision on the proven reality that ice-cream is such something which suits with every party and provides you with the same outcome, happiness!

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