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Crunchy nutty chocolate truffle pudding

Very simple truffle made up of caramelized nuts and rich ice cream tempting and very simple to cook, this recipe is so exotic that you can include it in any executive menu……


Chocolate sponge cake…….1
Vanilla ice-cream……………1 kg
Sugar……………………..5 tbsp
Nuts (mix nuts like almonds ,cashew and walnuts)….3/4 cup
Chocolate sauce ……………1 cup
Milk as required


To arrange trifle take a big rectangle glass bowl.
Cut very thin slices of sponge cake.
Take out ice-cream in a bowl and beat it lightly and keep it in fridge
Heat a pan and put sugar in it to caramelized , when sugar start melting and color start changing add nuts in it mix well and take out before it turn dark in color  in a greased steel plate leave it for 10min or till turn hard. Now crush caramelize nuts coarsely keep aside.
Now arrange layer of sliced cake in bottom of the bowl, spread 3 tbsp chocolate sauce over it and sprinkle 3tbsp milk also to soak it.
Sprinkle caramelized nuts on it.
Now put ¼ of the ice-cream on it spread it well.
Again put layer of cake, then chocolate sauce then nuts and ice-cream in last.
Arrange at least three layers like this.
Top with lots of nuts and chocolate sauce and freeze.
Serve chilled….


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