I love this quote! Can you imagine looking at a picture of some mouthwatering luscious dish and being able to just press the button and there it was in front of you…..Wake up!! It’s a dream! A fantasy!But one day, it will be a reality! Of that I am sure….In the meantime…get your pinny on and the scales out and lets cook!
A frozen milk ice desert. We first had this dessert when we took a trip to Nong Kai in Northern Thailand. It originates from Korea. It is also very easy to make.
Take 1 cup of milk and 2 tbsp of sweetened condensed milk. Put ingredients into a jug and mix together then pour into an ice cube tray. Put in freezer and freeze for at least 5 hours.
Prior to serving put your serving bowl or bowls into the freezer for at least an hour.This dessert can be eaten as a shared dessert or in individual bowls.
To assemble dessert remove frozen cubes and put into food processor or liquidizer and blitz for 20 seconds it should now resemble snow( see picture)If cubes are difficult to remove leave out of the freezer for 4/5 mins until they come out easily.
For 1 bowl take 2 satsumas, peel, and section. put a few segments in the bottom of the serving dish, pile on snow arrange the remainder of orange segments around
Drizzle some raspberry sauce over the top of the snow.Eat and enjoy!
Eat and enjoy!
You can use any fruit either fresh or tinned in natural juice.
To make raspberry sauce put 1 and a half cups of raspberry’s in a saucepan with 3/4 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup water.
Bring to boil stirring, reduce the heat and add 1/2 tsp vanilla essence.
To thicken put 2 tsp cornflour in a cup and mix to smooth cream with 2 tbsp water.
Pour into the boiling raspberry mixture stirring all the time. turn down heat and simmer for 4 mins until sauce has thickened . Remove from the heat and stir in 1 tbsp butter.
You also use frozen passionfruit pulp which is very nice and would cut through the sweetness of the iced snow.