Pomegranate Ice cream - Guest Post by AlkaJena15:00
Hi Foodies ,Today I am sharing a wonderful no churn Pomegranate Ice cream recipe ,a guest post by +alkajena of Culinary Express.I came to know about Alka recently and am truly amazed by her work.Her blog is her diary of culinary adventures in her kitchen and I love the way how she is presenting her home style everyday meal so beautifully.
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A delicious, fresh pomegranate ice cream which is super easy to make , with no eggs, no cook, no churn. The combination of fresh pomegranate juice and heavy cream produces a lovely shade of pink which you will simply love and with the contrasting bright red pomegranate seeds, this ice cream is a delight to watch!
This recipe is so simple, so gorgeous, and so delicious that I simply couldn't keep it from you all. Though I have made this recipe a number of time, I could not able to put it on the Blog. But as the Valentine’s day is approaching, I thought of making this Ice Cream and sharing it with you all.
Pomegranates are among the healthiest fruits on earth which contains a range of beneficial plant compounds, unrivaled by other foods. Pomegranate is a thick skinned super seedy fruit, with a brilliant red hue which is now touted as a wonder fruit by scientific researchers. The name pomegranate derives from the French word “pomegranate” or seeded apple.
They are believed to have originated in Iran and brought to Egypt in 1600 BC, where it was not only revered as an important food source but was also widely used for its medicinal value. It was held in high esteem even during those times, as it is evident by their depiction in Egyptian paintings and tombs. Inspired by the abundance of jewel toned seeds within the bright red rind, pomegranate is considered to be a symbol of fertility and prosperity in some cultures. Some people might find it a bit cumbersome to deal with the little seeds, which is why, extracting its juice is the best way to utilize the benefits of pomegranate juice.
Drinking it allows for a quick and easy assimilation of all the nutrients found in the bloodstream by the body. In comparison to other fruits, pomegranates contain the maximum amount of anti-oxidants. It contains approximately 3 times more antioxidants than green tea and oranges.
1 cup fresh pomegranate juice
1 to 2 table spoon Pomegranate seeds for garnishing
Juice of 1 lime
¾ cup icing sugar
200 ml whipping cream
Let’s Learn How to make this:
Deseed two no of pomegranate and make a juice out of it. Mix the lime juice and strain the juices into a bowl.
Add the icing sugar to the pomegranate juice and whisk to dissolve.
Place the whisking attachment and the container in the refrigerator for minimum 30 minutes before whisking.
Whisk the whipping cream and keep whisking until soft peaks are formed.
Mix the pomegranate juice juice to it and mix everything well.
Transfer the Ice cream to an airtight Container and refrigerate overnight to set it properly.
Serve with some pomegranate seeds on top .
Recipe adapted from here.
Read some interesting health benefits of Pomegranate here.
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