how is filipino ice cream is made?

United States
August 1, 2009 12:20am CST
i am talking about the one that is so called "dirty ice cream". i'm curious about it. is it really dirty? it tastes good to me. and the flavors are really awesome.
4 responses
@shhheila (1846)
• Philippines
1 Aug 09
its isnt dirty, its a homemade ice cream. i really dont know where that name dirty ice cream originate. yah it tasted good. i like ube.
• United States
1 Aug 09
yeah i miss the flavors of that. and its cheap
@24Champ (465)
1 Aug 09
"Dirty ice cream" as pointed out is a "misnomer" because it is sold by street vendors using a not-so-appealing cart. There were stories that tagged the female students from an exclusive school in Manila as the ones who originated the popular term. Anyways, "Filipino ice cream" (I wouldn't call it "dirty") is made using "skim milk powder" (not whole milk) as a base with coconut milk as extender plus flavorings. These would differentiate it from branded or commercial ice cream in the market. I used to be a dairy technologist so I am familiar with these things. I hope this information clarifies matters.
@simonelee (2716)
• China
1 Aug 09
"Dirty ice cream" because it is sold along the streets exposing to pollution and that the factory where it comes from is usually unknown; though it is not really "dirty" as the name implies.
@simonelee (2716)
• China
1 Aug 09
Sorbetes or "dirty ice cream" as commonly called because it is sold along the streets exposing it to pollution and that the factory where it comes from is usually unknown; though it is not really 'dirty' as the name implies.=p