Custard Ice Cream
Custard Ice Cream

Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an incredible day today. Today, we’re going to make a distinctive dish, custard ice cream. It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I’m gonna make it a bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

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Custard Ice Cream is one of the most popular of current trending foods in the world. It’s appreciated by millions every day. It’s easy, it is fast, it tastes delicious. Custard Ice Cream is something that I have loved my whole life. They are fine and they look fantastic.

To get started with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have custard ice cream using 14 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Custard Ice Cream:
  1. Take Custard Base
  2. Make ready 8 L Egg yolks (10 if small)
  3. Make ready 4 C Heavy Cream
  4. Make ready 1/4 C sugar/ substitute
  5. Get Strainer
  6. Prepare Additional bowl or Pyrex dish
  7. Make ready Ice Cream Maker
  8. Take Butter Pecan Flavor
  9. Take 1 C chopped pecans
  10. Take 3 Tbsp Butter
  11. Take Skillet
  12. Prepare Coconut Flavor
  13. Take 1 1/2 C shredded unsweetened coconut
  14. Get 1 C coconut milk in substitute of 1 C cream

Custard and ice cream have some key differences: Custard always has eggs while ice cream doesn't, and frozen custard calories are lower than ice cream calories. Ice cream is a sweet treat that can also be low in carbs! And for this rich, custard-based ice cream recipe, a bit of stirring by hand is utterly worth it. Personally, I think the custard is key to making this the best, most spoon-lickin' good ice cream.

Steps to make Custard Ice Cream:
  1. BUTTER PECAN: cook pecans over medium-heat with butter for 5-7 min until light brown and fragrant. Set aside.
  2. COCONUT: In medium saucepan toast shredded coconut until deeply golden brown - about 5 minutes. (careful - keep stirring, they burn easily). Transfer ½ C to plate and reserve. Proceed with base recipe in same saucepan. Let custard steep for 1 hour before straining (press down hard on solids). Add reserved coconut to base during last 2 minutes of churning.
  3. Separate the egg yolks and whites. We won't be needing the whites - so store for them for a later baking project.
  4. Stir the heavy cream and sugar over medium heat until the temperature of mixture becomes almost scalding.
  5. Vanilla Bean: At this point you can add vanilla or a vanilla bean if you're planning on concocting a vanilla flavour ice-cream. Let the bean simmer for a few minutes - or once you can tell that the bean has been sufficiently infused.
  6. When the cream is just about scalding/reached it's boiling point, move it off the heat, measure out a cup or two of the hot cream and SLOWLY pour, while whisking the yolks vigorously and consistently, into the yolk mixture. The yolks need to be introduced to heat before they are incorporated into the saucepan of cream so that they don't cook, and curdle.
  7. Next, turn up the heat, pour the yolk+cream into the saucepan, this time STIRRING with a wooden spatula or spoon (not whisking) until the mixture starts thickening. If the remaining cream is very hot this may take as little as 1-2 minutes; be careful and keep a bowl with strainer nearby so that you can immediately strain if it gets too thick.
  8. I would suggest a cautionary approach, and put the flame on very low to mitigate any chances of the custard curdling. This would take 10 minutes or more, depending on how low the flame is. Patience is key.
  9. When you feel that it is thick enough, IMMEDIATELY strain the custard, into a storage container, or bowl. The custard continues to cook even with the flame off, so there is still a chance that it could thicken and curdle.
  10. Continuously stir until, when you run your finger through the coating on the back of the spoon, there is a clear line - that doesn't run. (Tip: better to take it off the flame sooner than risk having it curdled! If it does, the custard will be piece-y and the texture of the ice-cream will be off.)
  11. Place the container into the fridge for at least two hours or overnight. I store it in a bowl and cover it with Saran wrap so it doesn't develop a film on top.
  12. Butter Pecan: add the pecans after straining and then place in fridge to cool.
  13. The custard is now ready to be made into delicious ice-cream! Follow your ice cream maker's directions at this point.

This ice cream is the real deal. [Photograph: Kenji Alt]. The Secret to No Machine Custard is Here. The ice cream base is the essential part of what makes ice cream really creamy and luxurious. Here are some of the recipes on this website which use a custard base:Vanilla Ice Cream. Recipe for homemade ice cream recipe with step by step pictures.

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