Ooh, ricotta! I can see how that would do wonders for the texture. Your photo is beautiful, and I can just tell I’ll have to try chili ice cream made with every citrus fruit under the sun – I’ve already started hankering after lime-chili, and I bet I’d like orange too.
(At least the ice cream maker is starting to justify the space it takes in the cupboard…)
Your frozen yogurt looks so good!!!! Such an intriguing combination. I wish I could lick my screen and taste the frozen yogurt now. Maybe I have to wait till the day the internet can do your laundry. They would enable to screen tasting fuction too 😉
Hmmmm….orange, chilli, ricotta and yogurt! I love how you come up with these original combinations. I would have never thought that chilli in yogurt could taste good. I’ll have to test out this combination!
PE- I will have chilli in everything!!! I should keep a pocketful of chillis for when I eat out at McDonalds…it might make their burgers taste better.
BHags- Its really easy – esp if you have access to Greek Yogurt. I hope you try!
Suganya- IT TASTES GOOOOOOOD
SGC- my kitchen is always HOT, baby!
Tea- thank you…the fro yo was difficult to photograph…damn thing kept melting!
Ninja- your MIL will shower you with love and money if you make this for her
MrsHBT- yeah you are so right….but us bloggers got to help each other out!
Lydia- I’ve never seen a book more popular on blogs than his. hmmm….maybe we all should write books.
Spooned – mine sat unopened for the longest time (2 years I think)
Mandy- and wash my dishes too!
W&S- I never thought it would taste this good too…thanks to Gattina!
Lizzy- OH yes you can! Go ahead! Get that miniskirt and hot pink lipstick out from your drawer!
Girlie- Bring home some spices from Bangkok to make some exotic combinations!
Tiger- haha! I like both, but I always favor coconut.
Wordpress- Thank you! You are a wonderful host
Bog Boys- yummmmm chocolate + chilli + cookies…
Yeah the book is on my wishlist to be ordered. And I love your description: My version, not so elegant, is like a teenage girl discovering miniskirt, push-up bra and hot pink lipstick for the first time. – yours is as poetic as it is beautiful to look at.
I am intrigued by this ice cream and have been since I saw it in the book. I have been dying to use some vanilla beans for something creative, maybe I should look into something spicy or citrusy to pair it with!
Jaden, I was already intrigued after reading Cloudberry Quark Lemon Chilli Icecream, but now I’m doubly intrigued! Do you take the seeds out of your dried chillis or do you leave them in? Love your photograph also, it’s beautifully styled.