ashoka samrat is a very simple and easy recipe to make with a few ingredients that you can easily find at your local grocery store. There is only one secret ingredient that makes this recipe so yummy and perfect for the summer months.
I always look forward to summer as I crave the sun. I could eat this every day for months, it’s so easy and so filling. It would be a perfect way to end the summer and start the year off right.
If you don’t have the ingredients to make this recipe, you can always use a cheap imitation and make your own.
The recipe below is a little trick I learned from my mom. Her homemade version is also very easy and quick. I made it in less than three minutes and I was really impressed. This recipe also makes for a great side dish to a meal or just to get you some fresh fruit on the go.
And now, we’re ready to learn how to make that amazing strawberry sundae.
The sundae is an old-school recipe that makes for a fun alternative to ice cream. The trick is to get that perfect consistency with a good mix of fruits and sugar. It’s like having a strawberry sundae from the olden days, but much less messy.
In the video, we’re shown how to make an ice-cream sundae by using a simple mixture of fruits and sugar. I love the combination of ice-cream and strawberry. I’m just hoping all of the strawberries in the video are edible, or that the ice-cream is in good enough condition to eat properly.
It’s definitely an example of a recipe that’s perfect for those of us who enjoy the sundae-on-a-stick format that is ice cream. The fact that it’s an ice cream sundae is the icing on the cake, as I’m sure it would also be an ice cream sundae (with a mix of fruits and sugar) for those who don’t want to eat the sundae as it is. And there you have it, a delicious ice-cream sundae.
I don’t know where ashoka samrat got its name, but I’m thinking it might be because it’s an ice cream sundae with frozen strawberries. I can’t believe it’s so perfect.
The ice cream sundae trend is so in the limelight it is hard to remember that it was the second ice cream sundae trend in the last ten years (the first being the hot fudge sundae). I think it also happened at the same time as the hot fudge sundae trend, so I know that the two are pretty closely related.