Time for this month's IIP. And what better choice in the season of love than a sundae!
One of my fellow bloggers and reader had requested me long ago for a "Gadbad". This one's for you Adam.
Gadbad in Indian languages means "confusion". I guess this dessert is named so because of the fusion of tastes. Its is said to have orignated in coastal Karnataka, specifically Mangalore. Usually scoops of different flavoured ice-creams are used, I have only used one homemade version. Needless to say this one was difficult to photograph (you can guess why) and very quick to vanish.
I have also used Homemade Jelly, if you havent tried it out yet, do give it a shot. The rose flavour of the jelly was simply great in this sundae!
Dry fruit mix-
- Scrape the jelly with a fork and layer at the bottom.
- Scoop icecream (single flavour or different).
- Garnish with jackfruit and dry fruit chunks.
- Add a wafer biscuit and serve!
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What a great idea, I have never thought of mixing ice-cream and jelly. Great combination ♥ReplyDelete
fantastic.. I've eaten a Gadbud at so many places, but never had a Jackfruit gadbud.. Looks promising, I will give this a try! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for remembering! :)
wow,looks so cute and...pink!:)the color of passion...love it!ReplyDelete
So pretty and sounds incredibly tasty with jackfruit!ReplyDelete
oh wow!! you so lucky to have supply of nice jackfruit.ReplyDelete
Know something Shirley ... I'm having a very really bad cough for 2 weeks and I'm getting better now, all thanks to eating Jackfruit. Tip is to eat it straight after cutting up the fruit and not washing it. Seems it's a cure for cough.ReplyDelete
What a colorful and flavorful gadbad! I don't think I've ever had jelly served in a sundae before, it looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Ooo... I've always loved the combination of the texture of ice-cream and jelly together! I've never heard of a gadbad! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful, the colours made me smile when I opened your post.ReplyDelete
A beautiful confusion! Love the colours and great to learn another culture's version of a sundae :)ReplyDelete
This is so incredibly colorful! It looks like spring (I wish it were ... ) I have never heard of gadbad, thanks for teaching me something new!ReplyDelete
I was actually wondering if anyone had tried making ice cream with jackfruit and I see it here :) It must be so fragrant and delicious. Your sundae looks lovely and colorful!ReplyDelete
Gadbad is a new concept to me...and I like it. I love the ice cream flavor and the flashy jelly cubes. Great job on the challenge!ReplyDelete
This looks really good!ReplyDelete
Oh! This look so refreshing...very pretty colors!ReplyDelete
Oh wow....colourful! Shirley, you have made your ice cream a heathy version. You are just amazing. Your kids are so blessed :DReplyDelete
This was a great take for the IIP, looks delicious. Thanks for participating in the YBR and sorry it took me so long to stop by.ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing. a healthy icecream :)ReplyDelete
wonderful and simple n easy gr8 recipe.ReplyDelete
wow very beautyul colourReplyDelete