Dom Pedro (drink)


S I Recipe

By S I SyiLuvsPastries


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Makes 1 drink
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No-Cook or Other
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A bartender friend of mine got me hooked on a liqueur from South Africa called, AMARULA CREAM, and I can't get enough of it.
It's like a fruity, exotic version of Bailey's Irish Cream, & to me it tastes like caramelized fruit (mango, papaya).
My friend said this is the most popular drink made with Amarula. This makes a great after-dinner drink.

AMARULA CREAM is made from the fruit of the Marula tree, that's found in South Africa. The fruit is fermented into a wine that's aged in oak barrels for 2 yrs. It's then mixed with fresh cream.

**Pix isn't mine...(lost mine when moved).

Ingredients

5 oz
vanilla ice cream (about 1 large scoop)
1 1/2 oz
heavy cream, cold
1
shots amarula cream liqueur
cocoa powder or chocolate shavings, to garnish

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Place all of the ingredients in a blender. Blend well. Pour into a glass and garnish with a sprinkle of cocoa powder or chocolate shavings (or fruit, if desired).
2
*VARIATION*
To kick it up a notch, add a little vodka, brandy or cognac. This will thin it out so it's more like a cocktail, and also cut some of the sweetness.


DOM PEDRO SHAKE:
4 scoops vanilla ice cream
1 cup milk
2 shots Amarula Cream Liqueur

Combine in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a glass.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: African
Hashtag: #amarula


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15 Comments

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S I SyiLuvsPastries
Jan 7, 2012
@ Karen.....LOL! I bet that (drunk elephant) would be a funny site to see! I'm going to check your cake recipe out for sure. thanks
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Karen Vandevander KarenV
Jan 6, 2012
Hi Shirlie! I've seen the elephants dance too, but I have a mental picture of a drunk elephant just sitting there and swaying back and forth...LOL

My Chocolate Kahlua Cake recipe is posted here. I modified that using Amarula and a white cake mix, and milk chocolate chips. It was yummy. Served it with vanilla ice cream and hot fudge.
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S I SyiLuvsPastries
Jan 4, 2012
@ Karen.....ha ha ha ha ha!!! I don't know what a drunk elephant does or looks like, or if it sees pink people (LOL!!), but I have seen one dance before (it shakes its head back and forth). I bet that (drunk elephant) would be a sight to see!
Do you have your chocolate cake recipe posted on here? I'd like to try it.
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Karen Vandevander KarenV
Jan 4, 2012
I've used Amarula instead of Kahlua when making my chocolate cake...it's very good.

Just a little tidbit of info that has always tickled me about Amrula...it's made from the berries of the Marula tree. When elephants eat the berries, they act "drunk." I think that's why there's an elephant on the box. I've always wondered what a "drunk" elephant does/acts like. Do you think they see pink people? :o) lol
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