1. Malai ice cream
Recently, the cast of Ek Ghar Mantarlela is indulged in icecreams during their break time. After seeing them, let’s have a heart to heart conversation between us, foodies. We realised you, too, must be craving this cooling dessert in the scorching heat like our favourite actors. If that is true, then, you have come to the right place. We rounded up 5 best Indian ice cream flavours that you can eat this summer. Have a look!
Eating Malai might come with a list of health benefits. But, sometimes that may be the last thing you want to taste. If that’s the case, why not have it in an ice cream form which is infused with nuts, cardamom and kesar!
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2. Green chilli ice cream
The gastronomical scene in India will turn your favourite spice into a dessert, whether or not your tastebuds are ready for it. Like, for example, who would have thought there would be chilli ice cream? Although you might confuse it with pista, the chilli ice cream has a spicy taste predominantly with a hint of sweetness which is added by jaggery/sugar.
3. Sandalwood ice cream
Being an Indian kid comes with a package deal of learning the benefits of sandalwood (chandan) from our mothers and grandmothers. As exotic and fancy as it sounds, like you, we too were surprised to know sandalwood flavoured ice cream really exists. What perfect way to cool yourself this summer than with Sandalwood which is known to have many health benefits?
4. Coconut ice cream
Most of you must have already tasted the coconut ice cream commonly available at many ice cream outlets. While, having this finger-licking good dessert, you also be nourishing yourself with anti-oxidants and nutrients which are naturally induced in a coconut. The best part is this ice cream also comes in a type that is dairy-free (without milk).
5. Paan icecream
A lot of family reunions and cherished dinners with the loved ones wouldn’t have been completed without having a meetha paan topped off with a cherry. Equally delicious version, we have is mitha paan ice cream for you! Surprisingly, this dessert can be made at home just as easily with vanilla ice cream mixed with chopped paan leaves, gulkand, mint leaves and candied fennel. Add green food colour syrup to get the right shade. Finally, freeze of the mixture for having the best eating experience.
What do you think about the above ice-creams? Let us know if you love it just as much as we do.
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