Thank you for adding the photos! They really helped me get a visual on when my Ice was done! And they turned out just like the pictures! My family was really thrilled!
Thank you...oh Thank you!
This recipe might be a little too difficult for me! I once tried to make a similar recipe, but it didn't turn out too well! That recipe was called "Iced Water". The ingredients were, 1 drinking glass, but it didn't state what size...ice cubes, which I didn't know how to make...and tap water, which I don't have access to because I'm not a tap dancer! So I don't think I'll be attempting to make anymore of these types of gourmet recipes!
Make sure your freezer is plugged in.
An absolutely true story: I had a friend several years back who told me the story of how he And his friend got arrested for stealing ice from the grocery store. When they went before the judge, he asked them, "What, did you forget the recipe?" If I ever catch back up with him I'll be sure to forward this recipe on to him! Thanks for the wonderful recipe, and for doing your part to prevent crimes like these.
It looked a bit thin so I added some kidney beans (half of a 15 oz. can) and some chicken stock. Try it, you'll like it!
THANK YOU!! my ice maker on my fridge just stopped working, and i missed my ice. I had no idea i could "make" my own.
Thank you so much such an amazing recipe!
I too have been stumped on how to make my own ice. I would wait until Lake Michigan froze over then go with my ice cutter and bring back enough to last a week or so, but the darn cubes were so big they didn't fit in the glass. Now, thanks to you I am able to do this much more efficiently. You're a life saver, Chrissy!
I wish I had found this recipe over the summer. My iced tea and lemonade were so warm. I just knew something was missing. TIP...you have to carry the tray to the freezer VERY SLOWLY so you don't spill any water. Thank you SO much for posting! My family loved it, so this one's definitely a keeper!
To be quite honest, the coldness kind of takes away from the flavor.
My Indonesian in-laws advised me to sprinkle a little cumin and a dash of curry power, and it worked!
KILLER RECIPE! Now I know what I that other compartment that gets super cold is for. It sure didn't keep my lettuce happy. I also vaguely remember Ice Cubes from my childhood. G'ma made them for special occasions.