Cassata is a traditional Italian dessert that consists of sponge cake soaked in espresso. However, in India, cassata has always been associated with the colourful, layered ice cream, topped with a thick coat of nuts. The Cassata ice cream was considered a luxury in the 1970s and 1980s because it was expensive among other ice creams but was one of the best ice creams during that time. Cassata is an indulgent dessert with colourful layers of tutti frutti, pista, and strawberry ice cream. You can now relive your childhood memories by making cassata ice cream at home for yourself and your loved ones using Ranveer Brar's recipe.
Ranveer Brar’s cassata ice cream recipe calls for hung curd, fresh cream, tutti frutti, nuts and the main ingredient, MILKMAID condensed milk. This homemade cassata ice cream is irresistible as it’s made with the simplest ingredients and melts in your mouth with every bite. This cassata ice cream recipe is the perfect treat for any occasion. So, what are you waiting for? Here’s how to make the oh-so-delicious cassata ice cream by Ranveer Brar using Nestlé MILKMAID.Show more > Show Less >
The best way to serve the cassata ice cream is to top it with whipping cream, cherries and mint leaves. Garnishing your ice cream with these won’t just be pleasing to your eye but also to your taste palate.
Your cassata ice cream has become extremely hard because it has become flat and lost its fluffiness due to over-mixing. When mixing the batter, use Ranveer Brar's cut and fold technique for best results.
Yes, you can use artificial colours when making ice cream, but it is beneficial to use natural flavours for the best results.