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July 28, 2011

Fresh Lychee Ice Cream

The lychee is one of the sweet and fragrant fruit native to China and  is now cultivated in many parts of the world. The taste is quite unique that it can not be compared to any fruit. You just have to try it for yourself. I found some that are really sweet and immediately thought of making ice cream. The simplest and easiest way to to enjoy the fruit's delicate flavor. To make it, select  sweet lychees and shave of the translucent flesh and get the juice of the remaining pulp. That would be at least a cup. Then mix everything with a pint of heavy cream that have been whipped and sweetened to your taste. Then freeze for a couple of hours and serve. Enjoy your Summer vacation for I am taking one long indefinite one. Ciao!!!!!







Enjoy and enjoy!





31 comments:

  1. again another brilliant idea to turn them into ice cream, a sweet and refreshing flavour! i bet everyone must have enjoyed eating this so much! and your fried avocados too!

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  2. Dear Michelangelo never I seen before fresh lychees always in tin! look georgeous! and your Iceam amazing! xgloria

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  3. I have never seen a lychee before, now I want to try one out.

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  4. I love lychee and someone just told me to make lychee ice cream with little Bailey in it. Sounds interesting but I like your easy method :)

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  5. We used to get masses of lychees in Southern Africa, oh how I miss them.
    Have a great vacation and will look forward to your return. Diane

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  6. What a brilliant idea! and how refreshing... pass me the bowl please :)

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  7. Hola Michelangelo!! Tu helado de lychees se ve simplemente espectacular. Me encanta la idea!
    Un abrazo y que pases un lindo fin de semana

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  8. The only problem I would have with thsi is that I would have eaten lychees before they rich anyone or anything.Looks great:)

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  9. Lychee is another summer fruit that I absolutely love n you made it even more tempting by making it into such a luscious ice cream :)
    US Masala

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  10. It is so interesting!
    But there are no lychee around:)

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  11. I don't get to eat fresh lychees very often but next time I find them, I'm making this! Even if the sky is grey and my breath is frosting in the air, I can imaging Summer is really here with such a lovely ice cream.

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  12. woo this looks fantastic and so summery!

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  13. I love them...sort of hard to find...I have to go to an Asian market to get them.

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  14. hi! I have never seen this. Is delicious. see you.
    if you want look at my blog http://empezandoenlacocina.blogspot.com/
    I speak little English

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  15. I love lychees in anything, cake, macarons, sorbets and now, this ice cream! I can definitely see myself eating a few bowls of this deliciousness, Arthur!

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  16. This is beautiful. Lychee is a very unique and wonderful fruit. Makes for a really good ice cream flavor.

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  17. At last I return from vacation and I can enjoy your art in the kitchen and the delight of flavors.

    A hug and beautiful week!

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  18. Hello:

    This recipe was very delicious-looking. I like it. I really enjoyed.
    Thank you enjoy my facebook.

    A kiss.

    Nita

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  19. Deliziosa ricettina, la proverò anch'io!

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  20. torna presto mi mancano le tue meraviglie!
    ciao

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  21. Amazing recipe! And such an unusual ice cream, I'd love to try it.
    Also am mad for the fried avocado!

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  22. actually I've merasakanya sweet, I love it, I wait for your presence on my blog http://skrtu.blogspot.com

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  23. Very much missing your presence, particularly as I wonder what fantastic things you would do with a pumpkin. Hope you are ok, Hester

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  24. Great to c ur space...Luvly icecream

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  25. Michelangelo how are you? Are you fine?
    Zagara

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  26. wow..thts an amazing recipe!! Bookmarked to try :)

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