In what could be one of our most decadent recipes we’ve ever brought you, Rose Ice Cream will test not only your culinary skills but also your horticultural ones. With it’s enchanting aroma and delightful flavour it is sure to be a hit with children and adults alike.
Ideal for the kids, this could also be a key one for the guys. After all we know women love receiving roses. We also know they love ice cream, so how about if you could combine the two? Sound crazy? Well it’s not.
With an Indian origin Rose Ice Cream is rich and creamy yet soft, and is perfect for summer, or when the weather is hot and humid. Rose Ice Cream really is delicious, with the fragrance of the rose petals and the flavour of rose syrup that make it so special and fitting for summer.
The enchanting aroma of rose and the tempting flavor make this ice-cream a delightful dessert, which has a royal effect on your taste buds. Go and lose yourself in this unique ice-cream, which is sure to pep-up your soul and your senses.
Rose Ice Cream Recipe
• 2 cup Whole Milk
• 1 cup Whipping Cream/Fresh Cream
• 1 tbsp Corn Flour/Arrowroot Powder
• ½ cup Sugar
• ¼ cup Rose Syrup/Rooh Afza
• 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
• ¼ cup Rose Petals (optional)
1. Take a deep pan. Add corn flour and 3-4 tbsp milk in it and mix it properly, make sure no lump there.
2. Then add remaining milk and sugar and boil it for 7-8 minutes on medium flame. Remove it from the flame and keep aside till cool down.
3. Now in a mixing bowl add whipping cream and whisk it using hand blender till foamy texture.
4. Add whipped cream into the cooled milk mixture. Add rose syrup and vanilla extract in it and mix well till it becomes pink mixture.
5. Pour the mixture into the any metal or plastic container, cover it and place it into the freezer for 1-2 hours.
6. After 1-2 hours stir the mixture using spoon, then add rose petals and again mix it, cover it and place the container again into the freezer for 6-7 hour or overnight till it becomes hard texture.
7. Rose Ice Cream is ready. You can serve chilled and garnish it with fresh rose petals, dry fruits and enjoy the royal treat…
• You can find rose syrup into the any Indian grocery store in drink mix section. There are so many brands are available like Dabur, Kalvert, Niharti, T.G. Kiat, etc…
• If you don’t have rose syrup, then you can mix 1-2 tbsp rose water with 3-4 pinch pink rose color for rose flavor.
• You can add dry fruits into the ice cream as per your choice.
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