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Recipe

Fried Ice Cream

32 minutes
Not so easy
10 servings
1
This is a simple way to make fried ice cream, since you use box bread and ice cream that you like to have a delicious dessert. Test it.

Ingredients

  • 500 grams of frozen
  • 20 slices of box bread
  • 3/4 of Cup of flour for hot cakes
  • 1/4 of Cup of milk
  • 1 piece of egg
  • enough of oil to fry

    Preparation

    With a special spoon for ice cream form a large ball with ice cream of your choice.
    With a knife cut the edges of the box loaves.
    Cover the ice cream ball with the box bread and with your hands press it to adhere better.
    Brush the entire surface with a brush, wrap it in tight aluminum and freeze again.
    If you want to use brioche bread, cut a lid, cup, introduce a scoop of ice cream. Cover with bread; moisten with milk, cover with aluminum and freeze.
    In a bowl mix the hotcakes flour, milk and egg until a well integrated mixture is obtained.
    Dip the ice cream ball in this mixture and fry in a saucepan with enough oil until browning.
    Rest on absorbent paper to remove excess grease.

    PRESENTATION

    You can accompany it with liquid chocolate or strawberry jam.

    TIPS

    Serve immediately.

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    Nutritional information
    * Percentage of daily values ​​based on a 2,000-calorie diet.
    Calories
    147
    kcal
    7.4%
    Carbohydrates
    20.9
    g
    7.0%
    Proteins
    3.3
    g
    6.7%
    Lipids
    5.7
    g
    8.8%
    Fiber
    0.7
    g
    1.5%
    Sugar
    12.2
    g
    14%
    Cholesterol
    22.0
    mg
    7.3%
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    Ratings (1)
    Dian Karin Hernández
    2018-01-26T19:34:28.00-06
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