Take out the vanilla ice cream from the freezer, leave it on the kitchen counter for 10 minutes. we are looking for slightly soft texture, but not runny.
Meanwhile, take the Rasgulla out. You can go with either canned rasgulla, home made or store bought. I used canned rasgulla.
Take each rasgulla and gently squeeze out the syrup. Dont make it too dry, little moisture in the rasgulla is ok.
Squeeze out the syrup from the rest of the rasgulla and place them in a bowl.
Crumble the rasgulla, few little chunks here and there is ok.
Clean the strawberry, pat them dry.
Cut the strawberry into small pieces.
By now, the ice cream must have softened.
In a bowl add the softened ice cream, crumbled rasgulla and mix it.
Add the chopped strawberry and slivered almonds to the ice cream and rasgulla mixture.
Gently mix until well combined. Transfer it to a container with a lid.
Freeze for at least three to four hours or until you are ready to serve.
If freezing overnight, remove the rasgulla ice cream from the freezer at least 15 minutes in advance. It helps with easy scooping.
Garnish with slivered almonds before serving.