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If you have heard this word before, you must be a kid who loves to play in the street of Philippines. ICEKRAMBOL (better known as SCRAMBOL) is a famous Filipino term for Ice Slush and sold on bike carts for 1 peso. You have the ice slush, mixed with colored sugar syrup, if the calorie is not enough, you got to add the evaporated milk, topped with steamed black minute pearls (otherwise know as sago or boba) But our webiste www.ICEKRAMBOL.com will be dedicated on providing readers the most popular deserts (panamis), delicacies, fiesta food, appetizers (pulutan), soups (sabaw) and great original recipes from the everytown in the Philippines.
How is icekrambol made?
- Frozen carbonated beverages, typified by the Slurpee or ICEE are made by freezing a carbonated drink. These machines are complicated and expensive, and notably require a carbon dioxide supply. They make a very fine and ‘dry’ slush.
- Frozen uncarbonated beverages are made by freezing a non-carbonated juice or liquid. These machines do not require a pressure chamber, and so are much cheaper and easier to maintain. These machines usually have attractive clear product hoppers, and can fit on a counter top. They make a slightly wetter slush. They are notable in the wide variety of drinks they create, including coffee-flavored ices and alcoholic drinks like margaritas and daquiris.
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