Fruit and Ice-cream Parfaits

After crossing five alphabets ABCDE, now time
to reveal the next alphabet F. I have choose “Fruit and Ice-cream Parfait” to
made under fusion food theme. For this dessert, we need to make three to four
layers in tall glasses. I had selected ice-cream, fruits and cornflakes to
prepare three layers in this parfait recipe.
Parfait is a French word meaning
“perfect” to describe a kind of frozen dessert. In The United States, parfait refers to either the traditional
French-style dessert or to a popular variant, the American parfait, made by
layering parfait cream, ice cream, and/or flavored gelatine in a tall, clear glass, and topping
the creation with whipped cream,
fresh or canned fruit, and/or liqueurs.
In the northern United States and Canada, parfaits may also be made by using yogurt layered with nuts or fresh fruits such
as peaches, strawberries, or blueberries.
Preparation Time:
15 Minutes
Cooking
Time: 0 Minutes
Servings: 2
Category:
Fusion Food

Ingredients:
Vanilla Ice-cream
Cornflakes
Fruits (Kiwifruit, Mango, Pomegranates,
Apple)
Cherry and Pistachios for garnishing
Instructions:
Add the ice-cream in bottom of both glasses.
Add cornflakes in between and then add
chopped fruits.
Add ice-cream scoop on the top and garnish
with chopped cherries and pistas.
Keep in freeze for 20-30 minutes to set. Serve
chilled.
Note: You can replace the ice-cream with yogurt. Even
add fruits and ice-cream as per your taste.

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