"Costa Del Sol" Orange Icecream Dessert

>>  6/06/2012

Are you going for a vacation this summer? I am not.
If you stay at your hometown like me cherish yourself with a lovely sunny dessert named after the famous resort in Spain, Costa Del Sol Orange Ice Cream Dessert. Put on your sunglasses and take out your food processor!

You need:
2-3 oranges
chocolate icecream
1 nectarine, some garpes and a kiwi for garnishing.

Peel oranges and put into a blender. Do not through away the peels. You can use them for decorations.

After the oranges are blended fill a glass half with the orange puree. Set glasses into a fridge to let the orange puree freeze up. As soon as the oranges get steady add melting chocolate icecream and freeze again.

Use U and V-knives for making the garnishes.
Thai knife and V-shape knife for the leaves.
U-knife for the flower.

Nectarine leaves made with thai knife and V-knife

Kiwi turtle, nectarine flower and nectarine leaves

This recipe is shared at

6 коммент. :

Anonymous ,  June 7, 2012 at 2:04 AM  

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Maaike aka Miss Gefreubel

Inspired by eRecipeCards June 7, 2012 at 6:09 AM  

I love orange ice cream... never paired oranges with chocolate ice cream but you made it sound and look terrific!


Kathleen Richardson June 7, 2012 at 1:22 PM  

Selena, as soon as I read about the knives, I thought to myself, she needs to tell us where to buy them. And you did! What you did with the kiwi and nectarines is so clever and so lovely. I especially like the little turtle which looks like it can be made with a plain kitchen paring knife. Your orange ice cream desert with a turtle on top would be a real treat at a child's birthday (or other) party.

Keep writing...

Selena (Fruit Carving Studio) June 7, 2012 at 7:08 PM  

@Maaike, thanks, I am glad to meet a new blogger friend keen on a fun food :)

Selena (Fruit Carving Studio) June 7, 2012 at 7:17 PM  

@Dave (eReicpeCards) thanks. By this dessert I shared my desire for sunny days and sunbathing :))

Selena (Fruit Carving Studio) June 7, 2012 at 7:19 PM  

@Kathleen, thanks!! You are right the kiwi turtle is easily made with a plain knife. It has nothing of the carving job :)

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