Woodapple or Bael as it is commonly known in Indian homes is is now gaining it’s due popularity. This fruit is new to many Indian kitchens. For me this wonder fruit has a special place in my I recipe book.
It is well known for its medicinal properties. It has a very peculiar aroma. The fruit has an acquired liking due to you very distinct sweet flavour.
I myself was not a big fan of the fruit. All the credit goes to fruit intense household of my inlaws, that I started liking it. I also struggled to make my kids start liking and using it in routine. The fruit is available for a very short period and it is wise to utilise it to the most. The idea of making it into an ice cream came from the desire to feed my kids, this wonder fruit. And believe me it was worth the thought, and the struggle to keep at it.
The recipe actually is very easy. It also surprised me as everyone in the family just licked off the ice cream faster than I imagined. Now I would like to proudly make this ice cream on repeat mode. And so would you once you try it. You can check out my father-in-law’s special family recipe of BEL sharbat and enjoy the fruit.
Woodapple Iecream/ Bael Kulfi
Wood apple ice cream is a great summer dessert, with very little added sugar, as the sweetness of wood apple just does the magic. Frozen creamy wood apple ice cream is delicious, flavourful, and a great way to enjoy the fruit.
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