A refreshing shaved ice topped with light grass jelly and a hit of condensed milk. Orange juice is mixed with lime to approximate the flavor of Southeast Asian calamansi lime.
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Making shaved ice using this technique is incredibly easy.
Frozen into a solid block and then scraped with a spoon, it becomes snowy and light, the flavor of the fall with the texture of winter. Spiked with smooth, oaky dark rum and freshly grated ginger and topped with honey, the composed dessert is a study in autumnal contrast: sweet and tart, crunchy and smooth, icy and warming.
After a stressful week, you can't really beat a good old gin and tonic for a little refreshment and relaxation. How, I wondered, could we make a gin and tonic even more refreshing? The answer, of course: freeze it, scrape it, and eat it like a snow cone.
You Will Need Ice (1 tray/bowl) Sweetened Condensed Milk Sweetened Adzuki Bean Paste (You could also try making this at home) Matcha Powder Fruit Cocktail Tteok/Mochi/Rice Cake Green Tea Ice Cream (or whichever flavor you'd like) Shaved Ice Machine...