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The most delicious ice creams in the world

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Dozens of variations of the recipe we see around the world – from added goat’s milk to saffron

In Turkey, dessert is a whole experience. In Mexico, they make an ice sorbet shake.

Is there anyone in the world who doesn’t like ice cream? Whether it is in Asia, Europe, the United States or South America, it can certainly be said that the frozen delicacy is a favorite treat for everyone and at any age. There are hundreds of ice cream recipes in the world, from frozen cream in the US to kulfi in India, enjoy the taste of ice cream around the world through our tour.

Frozen cream in the USA

Soft frozen cream is the most sought after American ice cream, according to Bruce Weinstein, author of The Best Ice Cream Book. Frozen cream is a combination of milk, cream, sugar and egg yolks. It also usually has a thickener to make it more voluminous. The cream is very similar to our ice creams from a classic ice cream machine, but the one in America is much thicker than ours. When it comes to flavors, Americans usually have a choice between flavors – vanilla or chocolate.

Raspado, Mexico

Raspado is the traditional ice cream in Mexico. If you add fresh milk, sugar, vanilla and crushed ice, it becomes a delicious “popsicle”. The decay is an alcohol-free sorbet. However, the recipe includes traditional Mexican fruits or fresh fruit juices from lime, pineapple, orange and mango. And the classic version is made only with egg yolks and ice. In many Mexican markets, sellers make a mixture of decay, condensed milk, fresh seasonal fruit, sugar, vanilla and crushed ice called “eskimo”. To lick your fingers.

Gelato, Italy

The gelato is considered the culinary symbol of Italy. With the exception of pasta, gelato is considered the culinary symbol of Italy. Italian gelato is lower in fat than traditional ice cream and is made with whole milk, eggs, sugar, adding chocolate, hazelnuts, pistachios and strachatela or vanilla ice cream mixed with pieces of chocolate. These are the most beloved tastes of the Italians.

Elastic Turkish ice cream – dondurma

Ice cream that doesn’t melt? Yes, this is exactly the dondurma or Turkish ice cream. Ice cream that doesn’t melt? Yes, this is exactly the dondurma or Turkish ice cream. The specialty has an elastic texture and is made from goat’s milk, sugar and salep (flour from the tuber of wild orchid). It also often tastes like mastic or pine-scented resin extracted from mastic wood. Buying dondurma is a whole show. The men who sell it wear traditional Turkish clothing (aba) and a sultan’s hat and stretch, twist and turn the ice cream while placing it in the funnel in your hand.

Kakigori, Japan

Kakigori is the Japanese version of ice cream made from thin pieces of ice that are syruped. Kakigori is the Japanese version of ice cream. Chefs make kakigori by scraping very thin pieces of ice until it becomes a fluffy texture. Then syrup is added to the ice with the traditional flavors of the country green tea, strawberry, grapes and melon. To finish the dessert, add condensed milk and serve in a bowl.

Kulfi, India

Kulfi is the traditional ice cream in India, made from caramelized milk and flavored with saffron, crushed pistachios or almonds. Kulfi is the traditional ice cream in India, which is made with sweetened milk, which is boiled and caramelized, and the end result is a very juicy ice cream flavored with saffron, crushed pistachios or almonds. Kulfi also differs from other ice creams in that it is usually pre-shaped into a long cone shape, frozen and then served.

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