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Pecan Nut Brittle and Hot Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae
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A sundae is not just any old ice cream. No, what we're talking about here are scoops of teeth-shatteringly cold ice cream; fluffy clouds of luxurious whipped double cream; and hot, thick and velvety sauces of chocolate or fruit, which trickle over the ice cream and pool in the bottom of your dish. All in all, it should be an utterly over-the-top indulgence, guaranteed to light up the eyes of the most jaded of personalities. And it shouldn't be reserved for the children either; serve a sundae to friends at the end of a dinner party and sit back happily as the inevitable chorus of 'oohs' and 'aahs' rises from the table.
This recipe was first published in June 2006.