The source of this ice cream recipe is still unknown to me. Its a hazy memory maybe I had read it somewhere. But don’t know where.
According to me liquid glucose and stabilizer were a must ingredient for preparation of ice cream. Using this two things only assured that icicles (ice particles) will not be formed.
Eight years back when I arrived in Dubai, I didn’t know where to find these ingredients.
At that time for all Indian sweets , I had started substituting Condense Milk for Khoya.
With the use of condense milk , I had developed the recipe for Kesar Pista KULFI. It was a huge hit with my family and friends. Though I get complains that I don’t share its correct recipe as the end result is not good as mine.
Believe me . I have given you all the correct recipe.
But as I have said this before also, please use correct measurements. Anyways will be sharing this recipe sooooon. And that also EACH & EVERY STEP in detail.
The preparation of Kesar Pista Kulfi had inspired me. I had not used liquid glucose & stabilizer & nor the Khoya ( reduced milk) the end result was kulfi without ice particles.
Coming back to my Basic Ice Cream recipe.
And I had these three basic ingredients in my hand : cream, condensed milk and vanilla. I started by beating the cream till it reached 3 times more its volume. Added condense milk & vanilla. Set in freezer. Result OH I couldn’t believe. In front of my eyes was this beautiful soft ICE CREAM.
I had used strawberry for flavouring. Scooped the Ice Cream in a beautiful palate. Poured a bit of strawberry sauce. Was served immediately to my dearest Hubby. He asked , I don’t remember bringing ice cream from supermarket. Did you order from grocery. Is it London Diary??
This recipe is a keeper. Just tossing a few ingredients gives such a beautiful result.
Pre – preparation & notes:-
- Refrigerate your cream for 4-5 hours before using. Overnight is best
- Turn your freezer temperature to HIGH.
- Keep your aluminium vessel in the freezer for maximum 10 minutes.
- I use KDD Cream & Nestle Condensed Milk
You will need a aluminium vessel & Beater.