This is restaurant quality. A couple changes here. I used Rice Crispies cereal instead of corn flakes and used chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla. These are just what I had on hand and they worked perfectly. I let this chill overnight and it was perfectly whole. I went for the max amount of seconds, 15, and its way too much. I found that it should be 10, if that, so that is the only difference I'm making next time. Also, I did no measurements. Just poured plenty of cereal in a ziploc bag, sealed out the air and crushed with my hands til it was fine and sprinkled the cinnamon after frying. Like anything being fried, I find that double or triple coating helps maintain consistency. Last thing...a reviewer advised to chill after frying. You should opt for this if you want a more firm ice cream but if you want it warm and slightly melted, eat immediately. It's good either way. Feel free to experiment as well! This was lots of fun and very yummy :D. Update 10/20/09: 2 coats and 10 seconds cooks these babies to perfection and doesn't melt your ice cream. Also make sure your egg is beaten well otherwise its a gloppy mess. I will definitely be making these again and again, ty!
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This is restaurant quality. A couple changes here. I used Rice Crispies cereal instead of...