Children or older people in every corner of the world, everyone is crazy for ice cream. But, do you know how these ice creams came? How was it made earlier? No, no problem. Today we will show you how to make ice cream for the first time.
It is believed that the Arabs first started using milk extensively in the production of ice cream. They used to add sugar instead of fruits to it and sweeten it. Today on the occasion of World Ice Cream Day we offer some interesting information about this day.
For your information, let's say that the first beginning of ice cream preparation was by Alexander. About two-and-a-half thousand years ago, when Alexander won Egypt, he ordered a lot of ice cream to celebrate a victory. However, it used to be different from today's ice cream. At the behest of Alexander, the craftsmen dug fifteen big pits and then filled them with soft, milky ice brought from the high peaks of the mountain so that the great Alexander could enjoy this cool dessert.
Some experts believe that in the first century B.C.E., the ruler of Rome, Nero, had ordered his servants to bring snow from the mountains and to make this cool dessert by mixing it with fruit juice and honey.
Ice cream in the 18th century in Britain and the United States is the modern method of making ice cream in the 18th century, in Britain and America's recipes. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the term ice cream is first mentioned in 1744. The world's first ice cream parlour was introduced in the U.S. in 1776.
In the 20th century, the UK developed easy ways of making ice cream to increase its consumption. It began to be preserved in homes after the refrigerator came into existence during the same period. Bicycle sales began in London in 1923 with the selling bins written on -Stop Me and By One. The U.S. is the largest consumer of ice cream in the world. The second place comes the name of Australia.
History of Faluda Ice Cream: Faluda ice cream is believed to start from Iran and Afghanistan. Around 200 BC, China has a tradition of eating rice and milk mixtures.