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Sunday, July 10, 2011

IceCream Fry

This dessert is made by a scoop of Icecream frozen well and coated in sugar-coconut mixture,stuffed inside dough before briefly deep frying it.The extremely low temperature(frozen state) of the icecream prevents it from melting while being fried.U should scoop the Icecream before freezing it for an hour- counting how many u spread like puri. Its a lot easier to do and tastes so good-when done.Sprinkle powdered sugar and a dash of honey before serving it immediately.It shd be consumed as soon as it served.

IceCream Fry - Fried Sweet balls stuffed with Icecream

IceCream Fry:

250 gm butterscotch Ice cream -frozen for about an hour in the freeezer
1 Egg - beaten well
1 cup maida
2 tbsp breadcrumbs
1 tbsp corn flour
2 tsp roasted semolina
1/4 tsp cooking soda
a pinch of salt-little only
3 tbsp grated coconut or dry coconut powder - mixed with 1 tbsp sugar
5 tbsp sugar -powdered mixed with 1/4 tsp cinnamon powder
1/2 tsp vanilla essence(optional)
50 ml honey
2 tsp +2 tsp ghee
250 ml refined oil with 2 tsp ghee-for deep frying

1.Beat the egg well and add maida,corn flour,roasted semolina,breadcrumbs, salt,cooking soda,2 tbsp powdered sugar and little water. Add vanilla essence (optional) and knead this as dough.
2.Heat oil + ghee mix in a frying pan and spread the dough like small puris. Then spread the grated coconut mixture over it,sprinkle the powdered sugar and cinnamon powder mix and place one scoop of frozen Icecream inside(u should scoop the Ice cream before freezing it for an hour) and immediately seal the edges with maida flour mix and deep fry in oil for 1- 2 mins till it turn little brown.
3.Cut the deep fried Icecream balls into halves and sprinkle powdered sugar mix and drizzle honey over them and serve immediately.

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