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Fried ice-cream... Australians have made it their own. You'll need to begin preparing this in advance. See Adam Liaw's recipe, with caramel sauce, here http://www.goodfood.com.au/good-food/cook/recipe/fried-ice-cream-20150615-3xsyp.html

Photo by William Meppem Styling & Food preparation by Hannah Meppem Adam Liaw recipe - Asian Desserts: Fried Ice cream

A simple pistachio ice-cream recipe from Neil Perry. Leave the rose water out of the ice-cream mix if it isn't to your taste. You could also try mixing the nuts up by making it half pistachio and half ground almonds.

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Meringue with ice-cream and passionfruit topping. Other fruits such as macerated berries or stewed rhubarb can be substituted for the passionfruit.

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Yoghurt makes a wonderfully refreshing ice-cream to serve with fresh berries. Serve it in slabs, between wafers or scoop it into ice-cream cones.

Yoghurt makes a wonderfully refreshing ice-cream to serve with fresh berries. Serve it in slabs, between wafers or scoop it into ice-cream cones.

Brigitte Hafner's cinnamon and ginger ice-cream. Remove the ginger and cinnamon and you have the perfect custard base to flavour with many things - say, split vanilla beans, a few coffee beans, orange zest, star anise.

The recipe I've given here for cinnamon and ginger ice-cream is an all-time favourite. It is quite unusual, but also versatile - if you remove the ginger and .

Karen Martini's banana and coconut 'ice-cream' sandwich with chocolate and toasted coconut.

Karen Martini's banana and coconut icecream sandwich with toasted coconut and chocolate coating.

Karen Martini's vanilla boysenberry ripple ice cream. This recipe is simple to make and dresses up store-bought ice-cream. Serve it in paper cups or frozen tall glasses with fresh berries and long spoons.

This recipe is simple to make and dresses up store-bought ice-cream. Serve it in paper cups or frozen tall glasses with fresh berries and long spoons.

Forget cake pops and try these easy chocolate-dipped ice-cream balls.

Forget cake pops and try these easy chocolate-dipped ice-cream balls.

Neil Perry's lemongrass parfait with pineapple salsa. Summer stone-fruit and berries can be used instead of pineapple.

The top chef's tuna, tomato and butter bean salad, and lemongrass parfait with pineapple salsa.

Don't have an ice-cream machine? Try Caroline Velik's no-machine cherry sorbet recipe.

How does one make creamy, smooth ice-cream - the perfect summer treat - without an ice-cream machine?


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