deep fried icecream recipe | icecream pakora | ice cream bhajiya

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deep fried icecream recipe | icecream pakora | ice cream bhajiya | ice cream ke pakode with detailed photo and video recipe. an interesting and unique deep-fried dessert recipe made with a creamy vanilla scoop wrapped with bread slices. it is an urban sweet confectionary which is typically served as desserts in asian or fast food restaurants chain. it is particularly appreciated by the young generation due to the crispy and savoury texture on the outside and creamy and melting ice cream on the inside.
icecream pakora

deep fried ice cream recipe | icecream pakora | ice cream bhajiya | ice cream ke pakode with step by step photo and video recipe. ice cream recipes or desserts are always a popular choice for most of us. it is generally served by itself or a combination of icecreams with additional toppings of dry fruits, tropical and seasonal fruits combo. yet, there are other ways to share and serve ice cream recipes, and the deep-fried ice cream recipe or locally known as ice cream pakora is one such popular and crisp dessert snack recipe.

to be honest, i am not a huge fan of deep-fried snacks and these days i only make it for my video blogging. having said that, i may have done this snack dessert more than half a dozen times in the recent month. it is not for its taste or desire to eat this but to get a perfect or to master this recipe. well, the basic combination of ice cream and deep-frying is something very strange and accident-prone. there are several variables and factors which may go wrong especially while deep frying it. each and every time there were some issue and the ice cream would melt and ooze out of the layer while deep frying. hence i had to use bread slices to cover the hard ice cream scoops before it is coated with breadcrumbs. moreover, i have double-coated the breadcrumbs which would not only give the crisp texture but also protects the ice cream from oozing out.

icecream pakora

furthermore, some more additional tips, suggestions and variants to a perfect and crips deep fried ice cream recipe. firstly, the ice cream is critical for this recipe and it has to be a creamy milk-based vanilla ice cream. other types of vanilla ice cream like yoghurt based or fruit-based is not an option for this dessert. basically, it would not turn solid when scooped and packed in cling wrap. secondly, the inner layer of bread slices can be prepared with other ingredients like vanilla sponge cake, crushed oats or corn flakes or even rusk powder. but my personal recommendation is to use rolled and pinned sandwich bread slices as they can be easily wrapped around ice cream balls. lastly, while you are deep-frying, ensure not to deep fry them for more than 20-25 seconds. if you do not see the golden colour of your snack, it means the oil is not sufficiently heated.


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icecream pakora

deep fried icecream recipe | icecream pakora | ice cream bhajiya

HEBBARS KITCHEN
easy deep fried icecream recipe | icecream pakora | ice cream bhajiya
5 from 21 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Freezing Time 8 hrs
Total Time 8 hrs 30 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Servings 5 Servings
Calories 306 kcal


Ingredients
 

  • 10 slice bread (white or brown)
  • ½ cup maida
  • ¼ cup corn flour
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup breadcrumbs (panko)
  • oil (for deep frying)

Instructions
 

  • firstly, scoop large-sized ice cream. you can take any flavour of ice cream, however, i have used vanilla ice cream.
  • using a cling wrap try to shape to a round shape.
  • freeze for at least 5 hours or until it turns firm.
  • after 5 hours, you can wrap it with bread. for that trim the sides of bread.
  • flatten slightly using a rolling pin.
  • now brush the sides of the bread with water. this helps to seal tight.
  • now place the ice cream ball in the centre.
  • and cover with another bread slice and seal the sides. you can brush more water if it is difficult to seal.
  • now shape to a round shape and wrap in a cling wrap.
  • freeze for at least 5 hours so that the ice cream and bread are frozen.
  • now to prepare the slurry, in a small bowl take ½ cup maida, ¼ cup cornflour and 1 cup water.
  • prepare a smooth lump-free batter by mixing well.
  • now take the bread-rolled ice cream and dip it in the slurry.
  • immediately roll into the breadcrumbs making sure to coat uniformly. you can double coat the breadcrumbs to get extra crispiness for pakoda.
  • freeze for 5 hours again to set completely. this is the final freezing stage.
  • after 5 hours of freezing, deep fry in hot oil. make sure to use a deep vessel as the whole ice cream ball must be dipped in completely.
  • fry for just 30 seconds and make sure it turns golden brown. over frying will melt the icecream from inside.
  • finally, enjoy fried ice cream with chocolate sauce.

Nutrition

Calories: 306kcalCarbohydrates: 59gProtein: 10gFat: 3gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 1gSodium: 452mgPotassium: 158mgFiber: 4gSugar: 5gVitamin A: 1IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 120mgIron: 4mg


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how to make icecream pakora with step by step photo:

  1. firstly, scoop large-sized ice cream. you can take any flavour of ice cream, however, i have used vanilla ice cream.
  2. using a cling wrap try to shape to a round shape.
  3. freeze for at least 5 hours or until it turns firm.
  4. after 5 hours, you can wrap it with bread. for that trim the sides of bread.
  5. flatten slightly using a rolling pin.
  6. now brush the sides of the bread with water. this helps to seal tight.
  7. now place the ice cream ball in the centre.

  8. and cover with another bread slice and seal the sides. you can brush more water if it is difficult to seal.
  9. now shape to a round shape and wrap in a cling wrap.
  10. freeze for at least 5 hours so that the ice cream and bread are frozen.
  11. now to prepare the slurry, in a small bowl take ½ cup maida, ¼ cup cornflour and 1 cup water.
  12. prepare a smooth lump-free batter by mixing well.
  13. now take the bread-rolled ice cream and dip it in the slurry.
  14. immediately roll into the breadcrumbs making sure to coat uniformly. you can double coat the breadcrumbs to get extra crispiness for pakoda.
  15. freeze for 5 hours again to set completely. this is the final freezing stage.
  16. after 5 hours of freezing, deep fry in hot oil. make sure to use a deep vessel as the whole ice cream ball must be dipped in completely.
  17. fry for just 30 seconds and make sure it turns golden brown. over frying will melt the ice cream from inside.
  18. finally, enjoy fried ice cream with chocolate sauce.
    icecream pakora

notes:

  • firstly, make sure to freeze in every interval else there is a high chance for ice cream to melt while frying.
  • also, layering with breadcrumbs and white bread helps to make sure to not crack while frying.
  • additionally, you can use ice cream of the flavour of your choice.
  • finally, fried ice cream recipe tastes great when the outer layer is hot and the inner ice cream layer is hard.


2 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Hebbar, I’m noticing you changed the website and dont offer pics for each step for any dishes :(. I’m a big fan from California and use that extensively, so would help if you could incorporate it back into the web page. Would appreciate if you could take this feedback into consideration.

    Thanks!

    • Thanks a lot for the support.Yes we have updated the website.However we still follow the same proceedure of writting recipe.All the recipes are having step by step photos.

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