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David Chang's Pan Fried Donut Over Melted Ice Cream


Ever stumble upon a recipe that's so simple yet so genius you think, "Why didn't I come up with that?" Well, that's exactly what happened when I saw this creation by none other than the culinary wizard, David Chang. He's the mind behind pan fried @krispykreme doughnut over melted ice cream and topped with more @milkbarstore ice cream magic.


Doughnuts or Donuts?


But here's the kicker—not everyone can snag that @milkbarstore ice cream off the shelf. So, I thought, why not whip up something inspired by Chang's brilliance with what's already in the kitchen?


If you've got some vanilla ice cream and a box of your favorite cereal, you're halfway there. Just let the ice cream melt, stir in the cereal, and let it sit. You're basically infusing the ice cream with all that nostalgic cereal goodness.



And for the grand finale? Those leftover Krispy Kreme donuts you didn't know what to do with. Give them a quick sear for a delightful contrast to the creamy, cereal-infused ice cream. It's like a little nod to Chang's innovative cooking, right in your home.


So if you're feeling a bit adventurous or just want to try a dessert that's out of the ordinary, this is your chance. It's easy, quick, and uses up leftovers—what's not to love? It's a fun little project that pays off with a dessert that's sure to impress. After all, it's not every day you get to say you made a David Chang-inspired dish with last night's snack and breakfast staples.


 

Ingredients:

Inspired by David Chang

(Serve 2)

  • High Quality Vanilla Ice Cream, 2 Large Scoops + More For Serving

  • Favorite Cereals, 2 TBSP + More For Garnishing Or Milk Bar's Cereal Milk Ice Cream

  • Krispy Kreme's Sugar Coated Donuts, 2

 

Equipment:

  • Cast Iron Skillet / Pan

 

Directions:

  1. Add ice cream into a large bowl and set it aside to melt completely.

  2. Once melted, add in cereals.

  3. Stir to combine well and set it aside for 30 mins to allow the cereals to infuse with the melted ice cream.

  4. After 30 mins, pass the mixture thru' a fine sieve over a sauce pot.

  5. Using the back of a spoon and squeeze out as much liquid as you can. But do not overdo it.

  6. You can choose to eat the soggy cereals or discard them.

  7. *If you have access to Milk Bar's cereal milk ice cream, you can skip the above infusing steps.*

  8. Transfer the melted cereal infused ice cream into individual bowls.

  9. Sear the donuts in a skillet over medium heat until lightly browned on both sides. The sugar should be slightly melted as well.

  10. Transfer the seared donuts over the melted ice cream.

  11. Top it off with another scoop of ice cream and sprinkle some cereals over the top.

  12. Serve immediately.


Although this is diabetic, you have to give this a try once in your life...


Genius!

 

Recipe Video:



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