500gr Double Cream
NUTELLA RECIPE: There's something innocently joyful about ice cream. How can anyone be angry when holding a double cone with a flake on top?
With the warm weather, there's nothing better than a frosty scoop of homemade ice cream pulled right from your freezer.
You might be thinking "Making ice cream is hard! It takes too much time! I can't afford an ice cream maker!" With all due respect, I want to set the record straight:
01 - If you can bake a cake from scratch, you can make ice cream from scratch.
02 - Yes, ice cream does require a piece of special equipment... forget that... we are talking about handmade ice cream WITHOUT the machine.
03 - even the posheless supermarket tends to have the most esoteric flavour combinations that characterise the modern ice creams, which is a pity, because they could all make a killing with simple REALLY fresh homemade ice cream.
The real problem for beginners is that most ice cream recipes requires you to be extra involved... and that's never good. I'm a lazy person, so what i usually do is always the easiest way. TRUST ME ON
THAT! I'm FULL lazy!
Am i a Chef? NOPE! I'm not. I'm a Uncut Recipes Which means i like food, i like cooking... but i'm not into all that jazz.
Chefs are usually "welcome, this is my recipe book" and then they drop the nuclear warheads.
But as far as desserts go, ice cream's incredibly easy... nearly all the times. To prove it, I've laid out what I think is the easiest way to make ice cream at home, in seven easy steps. You'll need less than 30 minutes of active prep time, a few hours to an overnight wait, and half an hour of effortless churn time. And that's it! Start this recipe in the morning and you can have fresh ice cream for dessert that night.
|Skill Level:||Time: 6 Hours|
01 - Place the Ice Cream ( usually made with 500gr / 17oz / 2c Double Cream, 500gr / 17oz / 2c Milk, 100gr / 3.5oz / 0.5c Sugar and Flavours ) in a plastic container and put it in the freezer for 45 minutes.
02 - As it starts to freeze near the edges, remove it from the freezer and stir it vigorously with a spatula, a whisk, a stick-blender or hand-held mixer. Beat it up and break up any frozen sections.
03 - Return to freezer.
04 - Check the mixture every 30 minutes, stirring vigorously as it’s freezing.
05 - Keep checking periodically and stirring while it freezes until the Ice Cream is frozen.
06 - It will likely take 2-3 hours to be ready.
07 - All you have to do is to freeze and break, freeze and break for 3 hours!
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