Ice Cream a frozen dessert usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, and often combined with fruits or other ingredients and flavours. Most varieties contain sugar, although some are made with other sweeteners. Frozen Desserts
ICE CREAM and SHERBET
Are “Churn-Frozen”, meaning they are mixed constantly while being frozen.
If they are not churned, they would freeze into a solid block of ice.
Churning helps the ice crystals small and incorporates air into the desserts.
Frozen Desserts Kinds of Frozen Dessert 3. Ice Milk is like an ice cream, but with a lower butterfat content 4 . Frozen Yogurt contains yogurt in addition to the normal ingredients for ice cream or ice milk. 5. Gelato An Italian version of Ice cream. Mostly higher in fat content than the normal ice cream. Resulting to a much creamier and flavorful mouthfeel.
Frozen Desserts Other types of Frozen Dessert 2. Sorbet French Word (“sor-bay”), similar content to ices. 3 .Sorbetto (s) Italian term for sorbet
Granite (“grah-nee-tay”) is coarse, crystalline ice, made without
American Sherbets contains milk/cream, sometimes eggwhites. (The eggwhites increases The smoothness and volume. Ices, also called water ices, contain only fruit juice, water, sugar and sometimes eggwhites But they do not contain milk products. Sorbetti (p)
A tuile is a type of very lightweight, dry, crisp cookie.
These cookies come in a dizzying array of shapes, sizes, and flavors, but every style tends to be delectable.
Tuiles are also incredibly versatile, and they can be used for everything from ice cream garnishes to crusts for tiny, delicate tarts.
In French, “tuile” means “tile,” and it is a reference to the shape of the classic tuile, which is typically allowed to bake and then molded around something like a dowel while it is still warm and pliable.