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1 cup rose petal jam or rose petal spread* 2 cups heavy cream 1 cup whole milk 1 drop red food coloring ( optional ) 1 tsp rose petal extract ( optional ) Chopped pistachio nuts ( optional ) I enjoy using the exotic flavors of orange blossom, almond and rose petals. Since it is winter here and I don't grow my own roses and had no access to organic pesticide free rose petals, I decided to concoct my own ice cream recipe using a rose petal spread. The ice cream came out wonderful with a delicate pink color and a subtle but wonderful flavor. I intend to serve this along with a chocolate mousse cake to make the presentation of color and complimenting flavors. Or perhaps serve the ice cream along with a rose petal pond cake ! In a heavy duty sauce pot place all ingredients and cook and stir over medium heat to dissolve the rose petal spread. Cool and chill till very cold. Process in an electric ice cream maker until thickened . Place mixture in a container, stir to distribute any rose petal leaves from the spread and add and stir in nuts if using. Freeze until firm before use - usually overnight. Yield: about 4 cups. Note: if you do have some fresh ,clean, small , pesticide free rose petals by all means add them to the ice cream maker when making the ice cream adding them when the ice cream gets thickened. Note, no extra sugar in the recipe. * I used the Greek Brand: Sarantis but Ahmed is a Pakistani Brand . There are other Turkish and Middle Eastern brands. All are found at ethnic grocers or may be ordered on the Net. Remember to use a spread, preserves or jam and not jelly.

Rose Petal Ice Cream


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ethnicity: middle eastern
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(posted January 15, 2008)

1 cup rose petal
jam or rose petal spread*
2 cups
heavy cream
1 cup whole
milk
1 drop red
food coloring ( optional )
1 tsp rose petal
extract ( optional )
Chopped pistachio
nuts ( optional )

I enjoy using the exotic flavors of
orange blossom, almond and rose petals. Since it is winter here and I don't grow my own roses and had no access to organic pesticide free rose petals, I decided to concoct my own
ice cream recipe using a rose petal spread. The ice cream came out wonderful with a delicate pink color and a subtle but wonderful flavor. I intend to serve this along with a chocolate mousse cake to make the presentation of color and complimenting flavors. Or perhaps serve the ice cream along with a rose petal pond cake !

In a
heavy duty sauce
pot place all ingredients and cook and stir over medium heat to dissolve the rose petal spread. Cool and chill till very cold. Process in an electric ice cream maker until thickened . Place mixture in a container, stir to distribute any rose petal leaves from the spread and add and stir in nuts if using. Freeze until firm before use - usually overnight. Yield: about 4 cups.

Note: if you do have some fresh ,
clean, small , pesticide free rose petals by all means add them to the
ice cream maker when making the ice cream adding them when the ice cream gets thickened.

Note, no extra
sugar in the recipe.

* I used the Greek Brand: Sarantis but Ahmed is a Pakistani Brand . There are other Turkish and Middle Eastern brands. All are found at ethnic grocers or may be ordered on the Net. Remember to use a spread,
preserves or jam and not jelly.


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