The temperature rising high and there is nothing you can do about it – the scorching sun and the sweat dripping down your nape. Can you think of any solution? Of course visiting a cool hill station is one way out, but a cheaper solution may be having a good, cold, long sundae.
A little googling about sundae gave me more than 10 million links to sundae. Google celebrated the 119th birthday of sundaes with a Google doodle, allegedly invented first by someone in Ithaca, N.Y, who also happens to be a pharmacist.
Whether or not it’s someone from USA or from Uruguay, sundaes are everyone’s favorite, and for those who are calorie conscious, why not just indulge in some sin – sundaes on Sunday.Serves 2 Preparation time 5min
- 400gms butterscotch ice cream
- 1 ripe mango
- 6 chocolate wafers
- Cherries for garnishing
- Crush 4 wafers into small bits
- Slice the mango into very small pieces
- Take two wine flutes fill with 2 tablespoons of chocolate wafers and 3 tablespoons of mango slices
- Put in 1 big scoop of ice-cream
- Layer similarly till you reach the top of the glass; add one last scoop of ice cream
- Garnish with cherries and wafers
- Serve immediately
Hot Tips – If you don’t want to buy the ice-cream, here’s how you can prepare butterscotch ice-cream
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12 thoughts on “Butterscotch Mango Sundae”
Do you think i can add some hersheys syrup instead of the wafers?
There is no hard and fast rule to what you want to put in the sundae. Of course you can add Hershey’s syrup if you like.
I have made this many a times with vanilla ice-cream. My family loves it!!
But I love butter scotch flavor. Your pics are tempting me a lot
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Looks lovely Sudeshna, will definitely try this one of these days…..have tried a somewhat similar recipe with vanilla icecream, but never with butter-scotch…mangoes and butter scotch ice-creams both are my hubby’s favorite, so this should please him…will let you know the results of the effort !
Will be waiting for the result 🙂
wow..the sundae looks delicious..love the butterscotch flavour in it..
Thanks, Sowmya. Yes, I do love the butterscotch flavour, its just the best.
Dear Sudeshna and kalyan
How are you? Here after a long time and off blog most of the time. I like this presentation , I think I will eat all the individual ingredients rather than taking the trouble of arranging them. Jokes apart , awesome presentation indeed.
I often cook your Mangsho kasha recipe, amazing!
Nice to see Kalyan joining in ..After all engineers are great cook by training !!
Bhalo theko tomra sabai
Thanks for dropping by. Its great to hear from you.
Yes, when I was preparing the sundae, I did put some in my mouth before arranging, couldn’t hold myself back. 🙂
Kalyan has started cooking. Have you checked out his rajbhog recipe? It turned out awesome.
Wowww.. looks so yummy and perfect !!