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Ice Cream, Economical

Ingredients

1 pt milk
1 egg
¾ oz egg custard powder
2 oz sugar, or sugar to taste
Flavouring of choice

Preparation

  • Blend the custard powder into a smooth paste using a little cold milk.
  • Whisk the egg and sugar together. Heat the rest of the milk and add to the blended custard powder.
  • Return to the pan and bring to a boil. Remove from the heat.
  • Immediately add a boiled mixture to the beaten egg and sugar, stirring constantly. Add flavouring.
  • Cool and freeze.
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Ice Cream, Rich

Ingredients

1 pt milk
2 tbsp cornstarch or custard powder
3 eggs
2 oz sugar, or sugar to taste
Flavouring of choice

Preparation

  • Blend the custard powder with a little cold milk into a smooth paste.
  • Whisk the eggs and sugar together.
  • Heat the rest of the milk and add to blended custard powder. Boil for 3 minutes. Remove from the heat.
  • Immediately add a boiled mixture to the beaten egg and sugar, stirring all the time. Add flavouring.
  • Cool and freeze.

Note: Any pulped fruit may be added to the custard before freezing. If pineapple is used, it must first be cooked.




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