Whisky Caramel Affogato
pnp.co.za - Apr 21st, 12:08
An impressive, easy and rich dessert drink.
250 ml PnP sugar
60 ml water
60 ml PnP cream
60 ml PnP butter
45 ml whisky, (optional)
8 scoops PnP vanilla ice cream
4 double espresso's
8 caramel biscuits or wafers, to serve
Heat sugar and water in a pot, stirring to dissolve sugar.
Bring to the boil and cook until the liquid darkens to a rich caramel colour.
Add cream and butter (be quick so that the sauce doesn’t continue to caramelise and burn).
Boil to combine, then refrain from stirring for 2 to 3 minutes.
Stir and remove from heat.
Stir in whisky. Cool completely.
Place 2 scoops ice cream and 2 Tbsp (30ml) sauce in 4 glasses.
Pour a double espresso into each glass.
Serve with caramel biscuits or wafers.Click here for more PnP recipes
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