Gelato vs. Ice Cream
Gelato and Ice Cream Definitions
What is Gelato?
Gelato is an Italian world that stands for solid ice cream. It contains less fat ingredients like egg yolks than ice cream, almost 10 percent of the total ingredient. However, milk is uses more than any other ingredients. The history of gelato is as old as ancient Egypt civilization. At that time it was made from snow and preserved below ground. It is most popular in Italy especially handmade gelato holds the 55% share of market versus factory made or industrial gelato. Main ingredients includes milk, cream, sugar, flavoring ingredient like fruit or nut puree and served when it is very cold.
What is Ice Cream?
Ice cream is a type of frozen sweet food made of dairy products like milk and cream and contained other ingredients such as nuts and flavors. It is always in smooth and semi sold form and requires very low temperatures to preserve. The history of ice cream is 200 BC years back when first Chinese had made the frozen mixture of milk and rice. All ingredients are first cooked into a custard and after custard is cooled, it is served at a less cold temperature.