Imagine a creamy-licious Durian Ice Cream with just three simple ingredients!
Yes, DURIAN! The King of Fruits! Or at least, that's what many Southeast Asians swear by. Believed to have originated from Borneo, Malaysia, the durian is one fruit that you either love with a fervour, or you are so repulsed you'd flatly refuse to go near it.
It belongs to the genus Durio tree species and there are about 30 recognised Durio species. At least nine of these produce edible fruit. Durio zibethinus, native to Borneo and Sumatra, is the only species available in the international market.
Recipe for Durian Ice Cream
Ingredients: This homemade ice cream has only 3 ingredients.
*600ml thickened cream *1 can 395g condensed milk (use less if you prefer it not too sweet) *1tbsp Durian powder @my.blue.tea Method:
(1) Whip all ingredients till soft peaks.
(2) Store in plastic container with cling wrap over the top before putting the lid on.
(3) Ready to enjoy after 24 hours.
The weather right now may not be deliciously hot enough to enjoy ice cream, but durian lovers will tell you they can have this ice cream every day, any season.
And because we know so many of you out there are true blue durian fans, we thought, why not squeeze in another durian recipe! So here's one for a Durian Coconut Shake!
Recipe for Durian Coconut Shake Ice Blended Smoothie
Method: 1. Blend to oblivion till smooth and creamy (almost similar to "ice cream" smooth). 2. Garnish with mint leaves and lemon or as desired.
3. Enjoy and get your DIY Coconut Shake Homekit so you can blend it anywhere, anytime! .
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