Friday, 15 July 2011

Sweetcorn ice cream



I went to the supermarket yesterday and in the frozen food section, in amongst the double choc and mango sorbet I spotted some milho verde (aka sweetcorn) ice cream made by Kibon, who you may know as Walls, Algida, Frisko, Eskimo etc depending on where you've lived/travelled.

Iit's an interesting flavour for usre and I haven't seen it anywhere else in the world but I must admit I backed out of trying it on this occasion. Maybe next time...

5 comments:

IsaacRiquelme said...

Lol, that´s really shock me! I knew korn was central in some latinamericans countries´meals but... ice cream? Wow, it deserves a try i guess! Would it fit for a frozen ice capishake? i bet it will

Pierre Larose said...

I´n glad you're excited by it but I'm still quite scared of this combination. I'm sure when God created sweetcorn he never thought man would make ice cream out of it.... lol

jen said...

It is amazing, you should try it! Just buy a small one from a street vendor to try!

Haru said...

In Brazil there are ice creams of every flavor you imagine and a lot you don't imagine too! Every fruit you see... tapioca... almost every one is good!

Anonymous said...

My wife is American (as inform the US), we lived in Brazil for few years, her favorite ice cream is "Sorvete de Milho Verde" and she loves pamonha as well.
However, I've never seen the industrialized (as in Kibon's) version of it.
The only Kibon ice cream I (used to) like is manga. I use to buy it during soccer matches all around São Paulo.

By the way, nice blog. And congratulations on living in Vila Madalena.

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