As the calendar turns and a fresh chapter begins, Mie.Roboluscious introduces a culinary wonder fit for the new year: “Mishu ke Dil se.” Imagine a luscious symphony of creamy ice cream infused with aromatic dry fruits, all ensconced within a golden, crispy embrace. This isn’t just dessert—it’s a celebration of contrasts, where every bite invites you to savor the magic dance of chilly sweetness meeting warm, crunchy delight. Welcome the new year with a dessert that promises to be as unforgettable as the memories you’ll create! Jiishu Bansal
Mishu ke Dil se (Fried Ice Cream)
Recipe Yield: 2 servings
1. Ice Cream: 150 gm (preferably vanilla or any flavor of your choice)
2. Dry Fruit Mix: 50 gm (e.g., almonds, cashews, raisins, and pistachios)
3. Bread crumbs: 10 gm
4. Cornflour batter: 200 gm (mix cornflour with water to form a thick batter)
5. Oil: Sufficient for deep frying
6. Chocolate Sauce: As needed for garnishing and serving
Step 1: The Chilled Beginning
In the frosty heart of Mie. Roboluscious’s kitchen, a scoop of velvety ice cream is carefully removed. This isn’t just any ice cream; it’s a symphony of flavors awaiting its transformation. The ice cream weighs in at 150 gm, cool and firm, ready to embark on its journey to become the star of our dessert.
Step 2: The Nutty Surprise
Next, the stage is set for a sweet surprise. A portion of aromatic dry fruits, weighing 50 gm, are generously scattered atop the ice cream. These dried jewels promise bursts of flavor and delightful crunches in every bite, making the dessert not just about sweetness but also a delightful play of textures.
Step 3: The Transformation
With the dry fruits nestled comfortably, our ice cream is shaped into a bowl. This isn’t just about presentation; it ensures that every bite is a perfect combination of the cold, creamy center and the flavorful dry fruits. Our dessert is starting to take shape, and its layers promise a delightful journey for the palate.
Step 4: The First Dip
Now comes the twist. The ice cream and dry fruit creation is gently dipped into a 200 gm cornflour batter. This coating ensures that when fried, the ice cream retains its shape, and the cornflour imparts a delicate crispness to the outer layer. It’s a dance of contrasts – the softness of the ice cream against the crunch of the coating.
Step 5: The Crunchy Coat
The battered ice cream is then given a generous coating of 10 gm breadcrumbs. This is the magic touch that elevates our dessert from ordinary to extraordinary. The breadcrumbs, when fried, will turn into a golden, crunchy crust, contrasting beautifully with the creamy ice cream and chewy dry fruits.
Step 6: Double the Delight
But the journey doesn’t end here. Our ice cream ball is now ready for its second transformation. It’s dipped once again in the cornflour batter and coated with breadcrumbs. This double coating ensures an extra crispy exterior, making every bite a delightful explosion of textures.
Step 7: The Fiery Finish
Now, with the ice cream balls ready and awaiting their final transformation, they’re gently placed in high flame oil. The sizzle is immediate, and the golden hue starts to appear. Fried to perfection, the balls turn a beautiful brown, promising a warm, crispy exterior and a cold, creamy center.
Step 8: The Grand Finale
The fried ice cream balls are now ready for their grand finale. Drizzled with luscious chocolate sauce and garnished with more dry fruits, they’re a sight to behold. A tantalizing fusion of cold and crispy, a symphony of flavors and textures, Mishu ke Dil se is dessert reimagined, straight from the heart of Mie. Roboluscious’s kitchen.
And there you have it! Mishu ke Dil se (Fried Ice Cream) – a dessert masterpiece that marries the cold allure of ice cream with the irresistible crunch of fried delight. Dive in and let your taste buds revel in this symphony of textures and flavors.
The author is the Founder of Mie.Roboluscious.