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Custard powder icecream Recipe

Custard powder icecream
 is a popular Indian Dessert
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On :
Wednesday, 18 February, 2015
Category :
Kidfriendly Recipe
Course :
Dessert Recipe
Cuisine :
Indian Recipe
Technique :
Boil Recipe
Difficulty :
Easy
Servings :
2
RATINGs :
Rated 5 based on 100 votes
5

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 tsp custard powder (vanilla flavour)
  • 4-5 tblsp Sugar
  • 2 cups low fat Milk
  • 2 tbsp cream
  • How to Make Custard powder icecream :

    1. Boil milk in a saucepan, reserving 3 tbsps of milk aside.
    2. Mix the custard powder in the 3 tbsp of milk into a smooth paste without any lumps.
    3. Add this custard mixture to the boiled milk and keep the flame low. Stir it continuously for 2 minutes. The mixture will give a thick custard. Let it be like a dosa batter consistency.
    4. Add sugar to it and turn off the flame.
    5. Allow this custard to cool down completely.
    6. When done, add cream to this (I used nestle cream) and whip in the mixer for a minute.
    7. Pour this mixture in a freezer safe box and freeze it for an hour.
    8. After that take out and whip it again for a minute. Repeat this step 2 times.This is done to avoid the formation of Ice and to get a creamy texture.
    9. After doing the whipping process 3 times, freeze the ice cream mixture for 5-6 hours.
    10. Your vanilla custard powder ice cream is done.
    11. Serve with fruits if you want.

      Note:

    12. You can use any flavour of custard powder.
    13. To the custard powder mixture, instead of sugar you can add condensed milk to get a rich taste.
    14. You can also add nuts to this after you finish off the whipping process. You will get the nutty bits while having ice cream.
    15. Do not add custard powder more than the quantity mentioned.

      Recipe and Image courtesy: Rak`s Kitchen




     

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