Post by milkmachine on Jun 11, 2021 11:22:22 GMT -5
A while back I saw or possibly dreamt I saw a recipe here for either caramel or salted caramel or cashew or caramel cashew ice cream. It looked so good. I book marked it but then deleted it & now can't find it in a search. Does anybody remember this or have that recipe? I wouldn't mind any other good ice cream recipes either. We're getting a maker & so I hope to try a lot of flavors. Thanks!
We have a new vendor at the farmer's market who makes ice cream. I tried it last week, and had "Blackstrap Molasses and Butter Brickle". It was delicious. If the original poster doesn't chime in, you could just google it. Marsha
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Ooh, those all sound delicious! I don't know who posted that recipe, but I can share with you how I made salted caramel where I worked...
Base recipe that I use: 3 cups milk - warm in a double boiler 4 eggs and 1.5 cups sugar - add when milk reaches about 170F, whisk/stir until custard reheats to 180F and just starts to thicken. Strain and cool in freezer for a couple hours, stirring occasionally. Add in 2-3 cups of cream, lightly whipped.
From that, I add in additional flavors. For salted caramel, I heat sugar granules on the stove in a thick-bottom pot. Do not stir, do not burn. As the sugar browns it will also melt and turn liquid. Slowly add cream and gently stir to incorporate sugar with the cream. Boil, without stirring, until thickened. Cool in freezer for an hour or two. Here's a similar recipe: www.jessicagavin.com/homemade-caramel-sauce/ I didn't use butter, just cream.
Add to custard batch along with coarse salt, to taste, blend together, then freeze. I don't remember the exact ratios, as I don't make this recipe at home (it's too sweet for me).
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