Gong Xi, Gong Xi.
Today marks the 5th day of the Chinese New Year and I think everyone probably should be back on their work desk by now facing a lovely Monday after a long holiday HAHA It's funny how we easily brush off our working momentum but how difficult it is to stop our holiday momentum, which of course leaves us being rather unproductive and fat from all the tidbits, teehee.
Came back to KL on the 3rd day of Chinese New Year because mum and sis wanted to go mall strolling. I think it's the best time to hit the malls in KL because when everyone else is back home, the malls (and parking) here become rather empty and so nice to stroll!
So we went to Sunway Pyramid and managed to try out the new ice- cream from the newly established stall located on first floor.
Monsters Ice- cream
F1, Sunway Pyramid
Monsters Ice- cream
There weren't many people at the store when I was there. I think there was only one lady placing her order but because we placed our our order and flocked the stall for pictures, it attracted many others to check out the ice- cream making process too! That's why the store looks like they have many people flocking it in the picture above LOL
Basically you get to customise you own ice- cream. There ares Five (5) ice- cream to choose from: Thai Tea, Green Tea, Chocolate, Mocha and Vanilla. Then you pick the combination of toppings that you want. Refer picture below:
We chose Green Tea ice- cream with red bean and cornflakes topping, RM8.90!
Oh, I forgot to mention why the hype of this ice- cream. It's a 'new' form of the chop chop ice- cream- you know the ones that you select your ice- cream and toppings then they will mash it up and nicely serve it to you after it's nicely combined?
Monsters ice- cream is practically the same where the ice- cream and the toppings will be mashed to combine BUT it will be flattened and then rolled to be served!
Check out the process of making tiny ice- cream rolls!!
Step 1: Place toppings onto the 'ice pan'. Ours was cornflakes and red bean.
Step 2: Measure the ice- cream base out. Wasn't expecting real green tea but it was real liquid foem green tea!! I think they would have some other combinations in it rather than green tea alone.
Step 3: Pour liquid on toppings
Step 4: Mash and fold. As they continuously mash and fold the ice- cream, the liquid will soon solidify.
Step 5: When it reached ice- cream consistency, ice- cream is spread wide like this
Step 6: Roll em' up!
Tada!!! Many tiny ice- cream rolls!!!
Initially we bought this just to have fun HAHA So I wasn't having any expectation on it's taste but it turned out tasty! The green tea flavour tasted like those authentic Japanese powered green tea! It's not too sweet, red bean where mush nicely (Sis who didn't like red bean didn't mind it here) and cornflakes gave a nice crunch to it, YUMS!
You can request for additional toppings at RM1. You can add on whip cream if you like but I didn't because I was only after the ice- cream rolls so whip cream seemed redundant that time.
It was fun seeing them make the ice- cream so if you haven't it's worth a try! Oh, FYI the guy makes it better than the lady LOL
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Okay, going off to make dinner.
Happy Chinese New Year!