These unusual flavours for ice creams are worth a try
Who doesn't love to eat ice cream? But have you ever heard or tried these unusual ice creams? We bet you that these ice creams are worth a try
Pumpkin ice cream: Pumpkins can be sweet, too! Move aside halwas, here comes a refreshing cool treat in the form of an ice-cream.
Paan ice cream: This minty mouth freshener translates rather splendidly as an ice-cream, too.
Nitrogen ice cream: If you like some theatrics to accompany your dessert, then in Bengaluru, a restaurant called Hogey serves exactly that, Nitrogen-based ice cream.
Breast Milk ice cream: As gross as it sounds, you just might want to give it a try out of curiosity.
Durian ice cream: The mention of this fruit gets polarising reactions when people are introduced to it. And for good reason: It stinks. However, it does make up for taste. It is similar to jackfruit, and hence can be substituted.
Garlic ice cream: Often an essential ingredient in our Indian cuisine, it does take some time getting used to incorporating as a sweet dish. But try it. It just might surprise you.