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Fried Ice Cream


[Two Tuesdays ago, I video taped Geila Hocherman making Fried Ice Cream. One of the perks of taping Chefs at work is that I get to taste their creations… Let me tell it was truly delicious, so I feel compelled to share and re-post the recipe from Geila’s Kosher Revolution. Whether it is Chanuka or any any other holiday, whether it is winter, summer, spring or autumn, you can enjoy this treat at any time; even if… you are not kid! CS]

© 2012 Geila Hocherman. All Rights Reserved

Fried ice cream? Believe or not, there is such a thing! This is based on a Mexican treat and once you taste, you’ll just want more and more whether it’s Chanukah or any other time.

  • Frosted flakes
  • Your Choice of nuts
  • Your choice of ice cream flavor (formed into balls)
  • 1 egg
  • sugar to taste
  • oil for frying
  • dunking chocolate sauce
  1. Crush some frosted flakes and any nuts, of your choice, in a bag. Cover the ice cream balls with the crushed flakes and nuts. Refreeze.
  2. Mix egg with sugar. Dunk in the ice cream balls, cover with the frosted flakes and nuts. Refreeze.
  3. Heat oil to 375 F. Take the covered ice cream balls from freezer. Put a chopstick in each of them and dunk in oil for 15 seconds.
  4. When ready, dip each ball into some chocolate sauce and… that’s all there is to them!

Geila

Enjoy, gentle reader, enjoy!

CS


3 Responses to “Fried Ice Cream”


  1. 1 Shmuel
    December 18, 2012 at 12:10 pm

    The accompanying video is very good in helping me understand how to prepare this. Chanukah is over, but I won’t wait until next year to make it, my wife plans on serving it to our company over this coming Shabbat.

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  2. 2 Zissy
    December 19, 2012 at 4:59 am

    For the last year, since I first stumbled across a recipe for fried ice cream, this has become a special treat, a reward, my four kids always look forward to.

    I tried Geila’s recipe yesterday and found it easier to make – without any sacrifice in taste – than the recipe I’ve been using. As an avid reader of this blog, this post only reinforces my view that TKS is among the most engaging kosher foodie blogs. Thank you CS!

    By the way, I like the idea of videos on the blog. Could you have a variety of chefs and home cooks showing us some of their favorite recipes? Could you?

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    • December 19, 2012 at 6:29 am

      Thank you for your kind words Zissy! We most certainly plan to present a number of videos from various chefs and home cooks.

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