Mar 03, 2024
Mar 03, 2024
Have you ever tried Gelato?
Gelato is the Italian word for ice cream. The word 'Gelato' has been derived from the Latin word 'gelatus' which means Frozen.
Gelato is an Italian frozen dessert that tastes like a soft-scoop ice cream. It has fewer calories than ice cream because it has more milk and less cream.
I've tried 3 types of Gelato and all of them are nice.
Haagen-Dazs Chocolate Drizzle Gelato
Haagen-Dazs Caramel Swirl Gelato
Hackney Gelato Dark Chocolate Sorbetto
You can have these on their own or have a mix of these, for instance, a scoop of Haagen-Dazs Caramel Swirl Gelato mixed with a scoop of Hackney Gelato Dark Chocolate Sorbetto
You can even try Haagen-Dazs Caramel Swirl Gelato or Haagen-Dazs Chocolate Drizzle Gelato with Plain Parathas. They go really well. Just like people dip Parathas in Yoghurt, Pickle, Curd, Ketchup, Sauce and have it, try having Parathas with any of these Haagen-Dazs gelatos. They taste delicious.
All these 3 Gelatos can also be had with toppings of roasted, salted peanuts.
I always experiment with food and try different food combinations to serve my family some varied dishes.
This experimentation happens while I'm cooking food as well as buying and trying new kinds of food.
I've always been creative in churning out new dishes and I always use the hob or microwave for all my cooking.
That's all my sharing for now.
Don't forget the Gelatos - Happy Trying :-)