Monday, November 22, 2010

Vanilla Ice cream

I got this recipe from my younger brother.When hubby presented me this beautiful ice-cream scoop(one of the gifts for my birthday), I couldn't control my eager to try Venkatesh's recipe:)  He is our favorite ice-cream maker and I like that homely version very much:). He is good at making jellies too:) Though he is much younger than me, he pampers me with this ice cream once in a while.  At that time he would hurry to the near by shop on Fridays to buy a small pack of this ice cream mix (which we later found out as custard powder) and prepare the ice cream in a jiffy. Hubby and myself think that this resembles an ice cream sold in Kalimark shop in Palayamkottai. At that time, they  used to make their ice cream and beverages on their own. The good thing about this ice-cream is the less calorie count (when compared to my other versions). But we have to beat the mix in a blender multiple times to get that fluffy ice cream.

Home made vanilla ice cream.

Ingredients:
Milk (full fat) - 2.5 cups / 1/2 liter
custard powder - 2 tbsp (vanilla flavor)
sugar - 1/2 cup (or) 3/4 cup
condensed milk - 2 tbsp (optional)
butter - 1 tbsp
vanilla extract - 2 drops

Method:
Bring to boil 2 cups of milk.
In the remaining 1/2 cup milk  add sugar, condensed milk, vanilla, custard powder and mix well.
Add this mixture into the boiled milk.
Start heating in low fire. It will become somewhat thick. Take care not to burn it at bottom.
Switch off , add butter, essence and let it cool.
Place it in freezer. Then after 30 minutes take out and beat it in the mixie for a minute or more.
Freeze it again for 30 minutes and beat for a minute in mixer.
Then freeze it for 4 hours or till it sets completely..

Tips:
For more creamy ice cream, add 4 oz whipped topping before freezing.
By this we can reduce the usage of blender. I just blend it for 1 minute and only once before freezing.
But if we can't get the topping, then do the blending twice or thrice or more till its hard to churn.

17 comments:

Sushma Mallya said...

sounds easy,would love to try this at home...

Panchpakwan said...

Wow yummy ice cream...

Nithu Bala said...

Truly tempting ice cream..nice click..

Swathi said...

This ice cream is delicious not looks good but also it has some love from your younger brother.

aipi said...

Aww..cute post..ice cream looks fantastic..kudos to your bro !!

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Suja Sugathan said...

Yummy ice cream..must try this at home, sounds easy..thanks dear.

Priya said...

Woww very tempting icecream, even its cold here, i would like that bowl immediately and finish them rite now..

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Love the icecream. But not for another 2 months dear. I am feeling the chill in my bones.

Jisha Dil said...

it looks delicious..!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks so yummy and creamy!






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hey Vikki,

wow..vanilla ice creamm..i can have a whole tub of ice cream any time...love it..:0

Dr.Sameena@

http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

Nandini said...

Slurp! It's chilly here yet I wouldn't mind to take a huge spoonful! Looks lovely!

pedatha.com said...

That looks really easy to make. In the days to running to the neighbourhood shop to get the family pack of ready-made ice-cream it is heartening to see a recipe for home-made icecream. Thanks for sharing Vikki.

vanishri bhat said...

Ice cream looks delicious, and easy to make. Will try it out.

sharada said...

now i had been searching for ice cream recipe minus heavy cream for ages and today found it.
Thanks to you & of course to ur bro!

Angie said...

Thanks Viki for bringing back the Kalimark Ice cream!

Viki's Kitchen said...

Thanks Angie. How can we forget the favorite Kalimark ice cream and soda:) This came out just like theirs and I am sure u are gonna love this....thanks for the nice words again dear.