Don't Fry Day 2021 is on Sunday, May 23, 2021: fried ice cream recipe?


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fried ice cream recipe?

Deep Fried Ice Cream

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It is best to tackle this fried ice cream recipe the day before you wish to serve it, since your preparation must allow enough time for the ice cream balls to freeze rock solid. The success of this unusual frozen dessert recipe depends on them being frozen solid.

Using an ice cream scoop and your hands, form 6 to 8 very firm ice cream balls. Use vanilla or any favorite flavor of homemade ice cream, as it will freeze harder than the rather artificial store-bought varieties. Place the ice cream balls in an airtight freezer container so they are not touching, and set them in the freezer overnight to freeze rock hard.

Either the night before, or about 4 hours before serving, prepare the batter by mixing until smooth 1-3/4 cups all-purpose flour, 1-1/2 tablespoons sugar (white or brown, depending on your taste preference), 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon vegetable or olive oil, 1 teaspoon vanilla or almond flavoring, 1/2 cup milk, 1/4 cup water, and 2 egg yolks (reserve the egg whites for use later). Refrigerate the batter for several hours until it is well chilled.

Just before serving, heat the oil in your deep fryer to a temperature of 375°F. (Some report good success using a wok, but great care must be taken to keep the balls in gentle motion so they will fry evenly. Do not permit the oil to smoke, but it must be hot.)

Now beat the 2 egg whites until stiff and fold into the chilled batter. The batter should be thick enough to coat the ice cream balls. If it is too thin or too thick, it will not remain on them. Either add more flour or more milk to achieve the desired batter consistency.

Carefully coat several frozen ice cream balls with the batter, making sure their entire surface is thickly covered. The coating provides insulation from the heat. Carefully lower the battered balls one by one into the hot oil. Try to prevent them sticking to each other or to the sides of the fryer. Fry them for about 1 minute or so, or until the batter is golden brown in color, then carefully remove them from the fryer and set them on paper towels until the remaining balls are done.

Serve immediately on individual plates, but first garnish each ball with whipped cream around the base and sprinkle the top with cinnamon sugar -- this is a traditional garnish. Drizzle chocolate or strawberry sauce over it too, if desired. Finally, place a maraschino cherry on top.

Fake Fried Ice Cream

Copyright © 2004 by Donald R. Bell

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Unlike traditionally fried ice cream recipes, this fake or mock version adds a crispy coating to the ice cream ball to give it a texture and taste similar to fried batter. It is also an easy kid's dessert recipe that anyone could have fun making.

For the obvious safety reasons, it is not recommended that kids make the traditional version, which requires frying with hot oil. The following method, however, requires no frying or cooking and the results are really quite tasty.

This is also a great ice cream dessert recipe for a party that you can prepare ahead of time and store in the freezer for serving later.

To make this fake fried ice cream recipe, use an ice cream scoop to quickly form as many firm ice cream balls as you need. Use your favorite flavor of homemade ice cream. After the balls are formed, you might need to place them in an airtight freezer container and set them in the freezer for a while to harden. You need them to be rock hard!

Just before serving, take the frozen balls and roll them in a bowl of crushed corn flakes, pressing them firmly into the corn flakes until they are completely coated with the cereal. Frosted flakes work well too, and they are especially good.

Some cooks prefer adding a tablespoon or two of corn syrup or liquid honey to the cereal first, claiming it makes the flakes stick to the ice cream better and helps to simulate the deep fried taste.

As with traditional fried ice cream recipes, add the customary garnish of whipped cream, a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar, and a red maraschino cherry on top. Serve immediately

What if the marijuna effects don’t wear off after 5 days?

What if the marijuna effects don't wear off after 5 days?

If the effects last more than 5 days then you're probably the luckiest person ever. But, odds are, you are just new to hash. It can change your perspective, but I doubt you're still high. And that fried egg thing is only for hard drugs, haha. But don't worry. Smoke some more and you'll realize that it's not what you're experiencing because you'll definitely be feeling different. Hope I helped.

P.s. its not the weed's fault so don't completely give up on it.

Do we have an ’avoid fried food day’?

Do we have an 'avoid fried food day'?

If we don't, we should! I mean, there's a national smoke out day... Why not a national fried out day... Or something!

Lots of people have decided to quit on the smoke out day. I'm sure lots would quit eating greasy, fried foods on that day. They (whoever "they" are) should put up ads demonstrating the negative affects of always eating fried foods.

Good idea!

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