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Nigella Lawson splits opinion after sharing recipe for ice-cream in a BRIOCHE bun

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A Cold War! Nigella Lawson shares opinion after sharing ‘mid-week treat’ recipe for no-churn coffee ice cream in a BRIOCHE bun

  • Nigella Lawson is divided after sharing a coffee ice cream recipe
  • TV chef, 61, from London, posted a recipe to her 2.5 million Instagram followers
  • The simply no-churn recipe is served in a sweet brioche bun — some like the Southern Italian-style dish, while others question the combination










Nigella Lawson is known for her comfort food cooking and delicious home treats, but her latest recipe has even made her fans question the unusual combination of ingredients.

The TV chef, 61, who lives in London, posted a recipe on her 2.5 million Instagram followers of coffee ice cream without churn in a brioche bun.

Some called it “tempting” and “indulgent,” while others were baffled by the recipe.

The TV chef, 61, who lives in London, posted a recipe on her 2.5 million Instagram followers of coffee ice cream with no churn in a brioche bun.

The TV chef, 61, who lives in London, posted a recipe on her 2.5 million Instagram followers of coffee ice cream with no churn in a brioche bun.

In typical extravagant style, the house goddess shared a photo of the photos, captioning it: ‘Midweek Treat: #RecipeOfTheDay is my One-Step No-Churn Coffee Ice Cream.

“You could mix it up now (it’s not even 9:00) and eat it tonight! One of my absolute favorite ice creams, especially in brioche buns!

The recipe, which she shared online, involves whisking together double cream, condensed milk, instant espresso powder and espresso liqueur until stiff peaks form, then freeze overnight and serve in a brioche bun.

“I’m almost ashamed of how easy this is, but as you’ll discover, as simple as it is to make, the flavor is deep, complex and utterly compelling,” she wrote. online.

“You could (and I often do) with a chocolate sauce, but my absolute favorite way to eat this is by pressing it into small brioches, like sweet burger buns, like they do in the south of Italy,” he added. them to it.

Many fans thought the recipe was genius, with comedian Dawn French writing: ‘Ice cream IN A BUN?! Oh Nigella… thank you’.

The 61-year-old TV chef, who lives in London, posted a recipe on her 2.5 million Instagram followers of coffee ice cream without churn in a brioche bun

The 61-year-old TV chef, who lives in London, posted a recipe on her 2.5 million Instagram followers of coffee ice cream without churn in a brioche bun

Another fan wrote ‘tempting’, while a third wrote ‘amazing!’ added.

Others commented that the recipe was “very Sicilian,” with some even suggesting adding chocolate chips to the recipe or serving it in a warm cross bun.

However, some fans questioned the combination, commenting: ‘Ice cream??? In a bun???’

Many fans thought the recipe was genius, with comedian Dawn French writing: 'Ice cream IN A BUN?!  Oh Nigella, thank you'.

Many fans thought the recipe was genius, with comedian Dawn French writing: ‘Ice cream IN A BUN?! Oh Nigella… thank you’.

It comes after Nigella revealed she’s ditched the word “s**t” from her recipes after saying it had taken on a “rougher” and “crueltier” meaning in recent years.

The food writer posted her recipe of the day — Ruby Red Raspberries in Chardonnay Jelly — on her Twitter account last month, with dozens of fans saying it was one of their favorites.

But the eagle-eyed among them noticed that when the recipe first appeared in one of her books — 2002’s Forever Summer — it was called S**t Red Raspberries in Chardonnay Jelly.

One fan wondered why she dropped the term, saying, “Beautiful recipe (as always!) But I wonder what happened to this country if we can’t even call that recipe by its hilarious original name. What happened to our freedom of expression, humor and fun? I love your twist Nigella!

Nigella replied, “I feel like the word has taken on a coarser, more cruel connotation, and I’m not happy about that.”

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