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  1. Wow, that’s soo easy, it’s scary.

    What a great idea! I had to give up flavored ice cream when I became lactose intolerant a few months ago. The only lactose free ice cream I can find is vanilla.

    But thanks to you, green tea here I come! Yay!

  2. Matcha is on my list of foods I’m trying to incorporate into my diet more this year. Maybe if I have it in ice cream, it won’t feel like a homework assignment!

  3. what a great idea… hmm.. Fei Fei will definitely like this. He is ice-cream lover and green tea ice cream is my favourite.

    I think I can try and make this for my coming house warming. Give them a surprise…

    Huat Koay from PenangTuaPui

  4. Yummy, it is hot here and i want ice cream! But i have been hibernating for the past week with bad coughs… :-(

  5. How about just sprinkling matcha powder on top of the vanilla ice cream. I do that all the time with Milo. You don’t have to wait for the ice cream to melt and reharden! ;-)

  6. And here I am doing Green Tea Ice Cream the old fashion way. Slaving away making a custard and churning away. LOL I love Green Tea Ice! Thanks Bee for making my life less stressful. :)

  7. AHHHH….Clever!
    30 minutes? I think the ice-cream will melt in less than 5minutes here! But that is good – that means I can have the “re-engineered” ice-cream sooner! LOL!

    It’s really a neat trick. Thks!

  8. just in time for the heat of the summer!! i love love this flavor!! if my hand could only reach out! delicious!

  9. Fantastic! Definitely a good way to turn the plain vanilla ice-cream to something more interesting!

  10. Oh you are my friend! You are really my friend! I don’t have an ice cream maker and have always looked on wistfully as people have churned out sophisticated ice creams like this…no more! I have matcha and that is enough :) Yay!!! Thank you! :)

  11. Hey – Thanks for leaving the sweet comment on my site.. :)

    The easy Matcha ice cream is such a clever idea, you are inspiring me to try other things using this method…

  12. haha.. That should be named the quickest dessert ever. I saw this morning a matcha/white chocolate ice cream made by Ciao Bella. Interesting isn’t it? :-)

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  14. I LOVE your blog – I just found it. I need your help, though! When I use Reader to subscribe, it says you have had no new posts in the past few months! Why is nothing publishing?? I probably sound crazy, but I’m trying desperately to fill my Chinese Recipe Arsenal, and I need all the help I can get!

  15. This is the express way of making one Matcha Ice Cream, huh? Good to have it right here with 34 degree C in Penang!!!

  16. And here I’ve been making my own custard and using the ice cream maker. That’s a brilliant idea!

  17. Oooh, what a nice and easy idea! I’m always a fan of something that makes my kitchen work easier ;)

  18. Very nice. You might consider making your own ice cream and using a great green tea, snow needles, or even an oolong. That’s very easy too.

  19. Hi,
    I think this is an excellent idea because I just got some matcha from Narita’s airport. I have one slight concern. Will the melted ice cream turn harder than its original texture after the melting and reharderning process?

  20. I tried with your recipe last weekend. My Matcha icecream was a bit frosted. I left my vanila ice cream out for 15min because M’sia weather is quite hot and the ice cream was easy to melt. Any advice for that?

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