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No Churn Pomegranate Rose Ice Cream


After trying the linguine pasta with lemon, garlic and thyme mushrooms from Nigella's site, I have become a great fan of her cooking. So while I was browsing through her site, I saw this pomegranate ice cream recipe in her site and it looked gorgeous with the pale pink color. The recipe was so simple and you don't even need an ice cream maker to churn out this ice cream. 

Luckily pomegranates are in season now and I got good juicy ones to make this ice cream. Apart from juicing the pomegranates, making this ice cream is a breeze. I added rose water to incorporate another flavor into the ice cream. The ice cream turned out creamy and delicious with light and delicate flavors of pomegranate and rose water. 

This is a special post as it's my 300th post on the blog. A big thank you to my family, friends, co-bloggers and readers who have constantly supported and encouraged me with positive feedback. Now let's see how to make this no-churn pomegranate rose ice cream.


POMEGRANATE ROSE ICE CREAM RECIPE

{ No-churn ice cream with pomegranate juice and rose water }
Makes 0.75 litre


Ingredients:

2 pomegranates
1 ½ cup icing sugar / powdered sugar
1 ½ tbsp lime juice
500 ml double cream / heavy cream
1 tsp rose water
Few pomegranates seeds

Method:

1. Cut the pomegranate and de-seed it removing any white pith or rinds. Place the seeds in a blender and pulse a few times to release the juice.

2. Using a mesh strainer to strain the pomegranate juice into a large bowl. Using the back of a spoon, push the pulp and extract as much juice as possible.

3. Add lime juice, sugar and whisk till the sugar dissolves. Add the cream and keep whisking until soft peaks form.

4. Add the rose water and whisk until the cream forms a stiff peak. Transfer to an airtight container and smooth the ice cream.

5. Freeze for at-least 4 to 5 hours or overnight. Serve with pomegranate seeds.

Notes and Tips
  • You can use 200 ml pomegranate juice instead of juicing pomegranates.
  • Make sure all the ingredients are cold.
  • Keep the mixing bowl and container in the freezer for at-least 2 hours.
  • Do not add more rose water as it will overpower the pomegranate taste.

22 comments:

  1. Wow!! Perfect post for a celebration!! congrats dear!! Wish u many more!!
    Ice Cream looks picture perfect. Love the pink theme!! :)

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  2. Lovely color sona!! I too tried this ice-cream from her site, but without rose water, loved the taste!!! Beautiful clicks as usual!!! :)

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  3. I love Nigellas recipes..this ice cream looks super delish ....your clicks are really stunning.. Congrats on 300 th post..

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  4. wow! so yum and creamy goo.. congrats on ur milestone

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  5. Loook at the pink..Thats a natural color.Lovely creamy ice cream

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  6. My favourite ..wish I could grab that bowl :-) very nice and lovely presentation sona....

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  7. Congratulations Sona. Nice try and a great medley of flavours.

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  8. Such a delicious looking ice cream! Congratulations on your 300th post!

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  9. Delicious pomegranate rose ice cream lovely color, congrats on your 300 post.

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  10. Lovely color and brilliant pictures!

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  11. Congrats on the 300th post, wish you many more dear.. Lovely pick color.. the ice cream looks so creamy and delicious. Beautiful clicks too..

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  12. Such pretty pics Sona... especially the first one! Congrats on your 300th post... Keep going... :)

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  13. oh that photos....oh that pink satin cloth...oh that ice cream...yummmmmmm

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  14. Congrats on 300th post.. Delicious creamy ice cream and lovely flavors too.. As always fantastic pic, love the overall pink theme.

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  15. Wow!...lovely ice cream..Super delicious.

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  16. Lovely flavors & yummmmm!

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  17. Congrats on your milestone dear.... This ice cream is indeed looks so good... Love your photography....

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  18. Please pass me the bowl... ice cream looks so delicious and nice pink color... stunning captures dear.. congrats on the milestone.

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  19. Congrats Sona on the milestone.. Stunning clicks.. Delicious and creamy pink ice cream..

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  20. Must be tasting divine with rose water.. Nice presentation.

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  21. lovely pink dish and love the icecream

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