Apr
28
2011

Fried Ice-Cream anyone?

My nieces have been raving endlessly about the fried ice-cream from Jonker Walk. I, who have never been to Jonker Walk previously can just sulk in the corner whenever they mentioned the fried ice-cream. But not anymore for I, da Submerryn have finally conquered Jonker Walk a week ago where I also found something long and springy and fell in love with it! Read about the amazing long stuff here :D
I went to Jonker Walk with a mission – to find fried ice-cream!
Imagine my delight after walking through the humid and crowded street I finally found it! Actually I did not realised it until my Dad pointed it out to me :P
Fried egg ice-cream. Selling at RM2.00 each. You can choose either Rainbow or Tripple. Rainbow consists of a colourful ice-cream while Tripple is a combination of three flavours.
Once we placed our orders, they’ll take the egg bread out of their freezer and …
toss them into the hot oil and fry for a few seconds.
Out came the golden fried egg ice-cream bread
Sink my teeth into it. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh… finally! After listening about it for sooooo long, I finally had a taste of what Jonker Walk’s fried ice-cream is all about! The bread tastes exactly like bread being soaked in egg and fried aka roti telor but combined with the ice-cream, it is delicious. 
Jonker Walk, I’ll be BACK! :D

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    I went to Jonker Walk once.. I didnt know this fried ice cream leh.. Must try if I go Malacca one day!

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    I tried once of the fried ice cream but not from Jonkers. The one I ate is like a choux pastry kind of fried ice cream… nice nice.. hot outside, and ice cold inside… yummy!

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    eeeeeeeeeeeeee Cynthia! U must learn how to make those and let me eat!!!!!!!!!!! @_@

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    so irresistible!! I wanna try and get this as i m gonna be there this weekend… yay!Thks for sharing this.. perfect timing…

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    I wonder how is it that the ice-cream inside doesn't melt. Must go try also lar when I go back to my lovely Malacca.

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    YUm Yum.. wanting icy cool ice cream now.. hehe

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    Quite expensive eh. Looks yummy though.

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    I had tried fried ice-cream before but not in Jonker Street. It was during my school's canteen day :)

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    i want too!!

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    oooh, looks yummy!! it doesn't look oily to me though it's deep fried, and the ice cream inside is still very solid and packed!! can i say this is the street version of fondant?? hahaha~~ :D

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    Mmmm, if durian ice cream lagi best…he he he!

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    I had that in Sandakan, Sabah. Can't remember whether it's the same…but I remember it was just so-so, nothing to shout about.

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    I tried it before!! yes.. first time i took, it tasted very nice.. 2nd time… not so shiok already.. maybe Jonker street one is better!

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    Wah, been there for so many time but didn't realize got this good stuff leh… what a waste!Thanks for sharing ya, next time sure won't miss one!^^

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    I also didn't notice this when I was in Jonker walk on many occassions. In fact, I was in Melaka very often a decade ago for some 'personal' projects…. :p OK,maybe it's time to visit Melaka again and try this fried ice-cream as well as your long potato….

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    Hmmmm…must try this out when I go to Malacca one day.

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    This is some awesome food. Sigh, I went Jonker Street a few times already, but didn't try that. Blame it on my ignorance coz I did not know its even available.

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    It look nice. Me too heard so long but still never try it before.

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    i still prefer normal bread with ice-cream.

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    where?? where?? we are going back tmrow!

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    hehehe.. i havent try it b4 :P

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    tasted it many years agohttp://kendrabing.com

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    Hot outside, cool inside…must have strong teeth..LOL!!!

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    Never seen this fried ice cream stall @ Jonker Walk. Which corner it is hidding?

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    Although have heard of this fried ice-cream but have not tried before, will sure do so after seeing the lovely and delicious one on your posting.

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