Matcha (Green Tea) Ice Cream Recipe
Posted By Rasa Malaysia On July 8, 2008 @ 11:49 PM
In Dessert Recipes,Japanese Recipes,Recipes
How do you turn a bucket of plain old vanilla ice cream into something exotic and lickylicious without having to splurge US$3 per scoop?
Easy. Very easy!
I learned this trick recently and thought I would share it with you, especially now when it’s sizzling hot outside with temperatures pushing the 90′s or even 100′s Fahrenheit in the United States.
Matcha (抹茶) is a prized powdered form of green tea used particularly in the Japanese tea ceremony. Matcha has gained popularity and is now used in many baked goods, noodles, drinks, and all sorts of desserts…
The recipe is really easy and you need only two ingredients below.
Leave the ice cream out for 30 minutes or until they turn slightly soft. Add in a few tablespoons of matcha (depends how matcha-y you wanted your ice cream to be), then stir and blend well with the ice cream. The ice cream should turn light green in color and tastes exotic with a slight tint of bitter flavor derived from the matcha.
Freeze the ice cream, scoop it up and serve cold.
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