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03-19-2016, 05:36 AM
From First We Feast: Is Fried-Chicken Ice Cream Taking the Salty-Sweet Dessert Trend Too Far? (
Fried poultry and frozen treats FTW.
Written by Khushbu Shah | March 16, 2016 at 4:03 pm ( Photo: Karafes (

Weíre living in a time of peak ice-cream innovation: There are doughnut cones (, churro ice-cream sandwiches (, and pints made from wine ( Ice-cream makers arenít holding back when it comes to flavors, eitheróremember when Coolhaus added a pizza ice cream ( to its menu? Well, the game shows no signs of slowing down: RocketNews24 writes ( that fried-chicken ice cream in now an option in Japan. (Coolhaus also made fried chicken-and-waffles ice-cream sandwiches ( once.)
The flavor was create as a dessert for Japanís annual Karaage Festival. Karaage, or Japanese-style fried chicken, is breaded with panko and often seasoned with garlic and ginger, which will probably give the ice cream all kinds of complexity. The ice cream itself is a soft serve that is the color of fried-chicken breading.
Japanís frozen-treats makers have a history of boldly going where no ice cream has ever gone before. Last year, the Cup Noodles Museum launched a instant ramen-flavored ( soft serve. The treat came in two varieties ó soy sauce and curry ramen. The ice cream could even be topped with savory items like ground meat, eggs, leeks, and shrimp.
[via RocketNews24 (]