By Mrs B on September 21, 2005
Photo by tunasushi
Photo by tunasushi
"This recipe comes from a cutting from a Sainsbury’s magazine article on Moroccan cuisine, that I’ve been saving since July 2001. I love rosewater, I love ice cream, but I’m afraid that so far this remains un-tested. But it does sound lovely and I know I’ll make it one day! This recipe is suitable for ice-cream machines, but you don’t need one. Cooking time is freezing time, but an ice-cream machine will be quicker. Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005."
Serving Size: 1 (77 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Overall this was a nice recipe. It had a good flavor, it was smooth and creamy, and it was easy. I made the mistake of adding nuts to it, which overpowered the delicate flavor of the rosewater (which I would recommend adding more of). I will most definitely be making this again, this time without nuts. Great recipe Mrs. B!"
"I have access to GREAT rose water here in Greece (made my nuns somewhere) and got a lovely, delicately-fragrant ice cream. Personally, I love the taste of roses (they do have flavour, people) and will definitely make this again. Served with a sprinkle of chopped pistachios."
"Hi! Well, first of all, I have to say that it did not end up tasting like turkish delight for me....It actually tasted like vanilla ice cream....but that doesnt matter, it still tasted nice...I added some chopped up turkish delight to it, to enhance the turkish delight taste which i THOUGHT was going to be in the ice cream...No worries however, over-all a good recipe :) Keep up the good work!"
"Wow, we all loved this ice cream, it tasted like Turkish Delight! This recipe has inspired me to make more home made ice cream so I think I'll have to buy an ice cream machine! Thanks Caroline for a delicious dessert!"
"What a lovely delicate flavor! I did use my ice cream machine and served this iin little demitasse cups with lemon tuiles--a very elegant dessert. Thanks, Caroline!"