Sundae or Sunday is a frozen dessert that generally consists of a scoop of ice cream topped with syrup or syrup (often chocolate, caramel, strawberry, or dulce de leche), and in some cases, other ingredients such as chopped nuts, sour cream milk , chantilly cream or cherries in syrup.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary , the origin of the term sundae is uncertain. Various locations in the United States such as Evanston , Illinois, New York State , New Orleans , Louisiana, Cleveland, Ohio or Buffalo indicate their authorship.
In recent years, officials from Two Rivers and Ithaca have used controversy to advertise their cities.
Steps for making the Sundae
- select a cup, tulip clean, shiny, without cracks or deported. Hold it between the fingers at the bottom.
- Add half an ounce of syrup forthe flavor of the ice cream, if not, replace it with another suitable or simple caramel
- Add two scoops of ice cream one on top of the other.
- cover the ice cream with marshmallow
- Add syrup for the flavor of the ice cream or the substitute added first.
- Sprinkle with almonds, chopped peanuts, panettone granule, and top with a guide or a fruit pearl.