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Jackfruit Ice Cream

Updated on August 13, 2020
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How to make jackfruit ice cream at home

You are never too old for ice cream. It's fine if you still have a soft spot for the scoop in the cone that you grew up eating. We know that feeling! Whether it's the hip Hot Chocolate Sundae or the retro Banana Split, digging into sweet sugary goodness brings back memories of summer. This summer delight a pleasure to die for and you will agree.

So, where exactly did it come from? With Gelato in Italy, Ice-Cream in America, and Kulfi in India, the history of these frozen confections is obscure. Some say that Marco Polo introduced ice-cream to Italy. Certain biblical passages trace its origin to iced drinks that were enjoyed by King Solomon. Even Alexander the Great of ancient Greece is known to have loved frozen drinks flavored with honey or wine. The Romans, on the other hand, started preparing ice-cream when ice was collected and stacked in 'ice houses' (straw-covered pits). (Ice cream Vs. Frozen dessert - The Chilling Truth)



A study conducted by Dr. Alan Hirsh, founder of Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, identified what certain ice cream flavors may suggest about individual personalities. His team discovered some surprising finds. People who prefer Rainbow Sherbet were more pessimistic than you'd think, in spite of its bright taste, and the ones preferring Mint Chocolate Chip tend to be argumentative. They also found that the ones fond of vanilla were more likely to be impulsive and idealist, while chocoholics were dramatic and flirtatious. Strawberry fans were more likely to be tolerant and devoted and so were chocolate chip lovers who tend to be more generous.

We agree, there's a flavor somewhere in the world to suit every taste bud. As kids, we would jump with joy on seeing the ice cream vendor, but do you know what's better? Making ice cream at home!

Jackfruit:

Jackfruit is a unique tropical fruit that has increased in popularity in recent years.

It has a distinctive sweet flavor and can be used to make a wide variety of dishes. It’s also very nutritious and may have several health benefits.

Jackfruit is an exotic fruit grown in tropical regions of the world. It is native to South India.

It is part of the Moraceae plant family, which also includes fig, mulberry and breadfruit. Jackfruit has a spiky outer skin and is green or yellow in color.

One unique aspect of jackfruit is its unusually large size. It is the largest tree fruit in the world and can reach up to 80 pounds (35 kg) in weight.

Jackfruit has a subtle sweet and fruity flavor. It has been said to taste similar to a combination of fruits, including apples, pineapples, mangoes and bananas.

Since jackfruit is able to withstand tropical climates, it can be a major source of calories and carbs for people in developing countries who are at risk of starvation

Although jackfruit is grown in tropical areas, it is becoming more widely available in other parts of the world, including the US. It is in season during the summer.

The most commonly consumed part of jackfruit is the flesh, or fruit pods, which are edible both when ripe and unripe. It can be used in sweet and savory dishes, including desserts and curries. The seeds are also safe to eat.

So now let's see how to prepare a very very easy and quick jackfruit ice cream at home. This ice cream recipe can be a very quick home party dessert when there is a guest at home you can serve them something homemade special like this.

Preparation Time

Prep time: 8 hours 10 min
Ready in: 8 hours 10 min
Yields: serves 5 peple

Ingredients

  • 400ml Fresh cream
  • 250g Condensed milk
  • 7 Jackfruit Pulp, 2-chopped and 5- paste

Instructions

  1. Mix fresh cream and condensed milk thoroughly
  2. Now beat the mixture until you get a soft peak
  3. Now add jackfruit pulp paste and small pieces of jackfruit pulp, mix well
  4. transfer the mixture into a container and cover with an aluminum foil
  5. Freeze for 8 to 10 hours or overnight
  6. Now enjoy the homemade jackfruit ice cream This ice cream recipe can be a very quick home party dessert when there is a guest at home you can serve them something homemade special like this.

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      9 months ago from india

      Try out this recipe and let me know how was it

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