Stir-fried ice cream, or “ice pan” ice cream, is a dessert made on a teppan, or steel, grill, that is chilled to -35 °C. A choice of soy or dairy milk is poured onto the cold grill and mixed with fruit, green tea, coffee or other ingredients, the mixture is chopped and stirred while crystallizing, until creamy. In the U.S. there is one major company that has popularized this style of ice cream, 10Below Ice Cream in New York City. Since its rapid rise to popularity, many other stir-fried ice cream shops have popped up in the northeastern US. A modified version of the dessert was also a product of Cold Stone Creamery, an ice cream parlour chain in the US, which involved combining their ice cream with different flavours into one dish on a frozen granite stone.
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