If you have been to a shopping mall or outdoor market in Thailand, you have probably seen a stall selling ‘stir-fried ice cream’. It’s Thai ice cream that is made while you watch, with the vendor pouring milk or soy milk onto an ice cold grill that is usually around -18 to -35 degree Celsius, and then mixing it until it freezes.
Flavorings like green tea, coffee, chocolate, fruit and syrups are also added, and everything is mixed around with two spatulas until ice cream forms.
This stir-fried ice cream is then formed into ‘rolls’ and served in a paper cup or bowl. Toppings can also be added if you like. The ice cream itself is freezing cold and absolutely delicious.
Stir-fried ice cream in Thailand is a traditional dessert that has been made for generations. It’s become so popular with tourists and other visitors to the country lately, however, it has now spread to neighboring Asian countries.
If you have never seen stir-fried ice cream in Thailand, watch the video below. Then grab a cup of it the next time you come across a stall. It takes less than 2 minutes to make, and it’s fun to watch.
How Ice Cream Is Made In Thailand by TheGazette