Next, in the Ice cream series, you have Almond Ice cream to please your senses. I had this recipe for Roasted Almond Ice cream. Some as I was making it completely got changed into something else. The reaction was that the kids were playing on the system and I couldn't check out what went in. And I didn't want to keep asking them to give me a moment.
I think that calls for the almonds to be roasted and adding as such. I thought adding Badam powder would be even better. I had the MRT Badam mix, which is a badam drink flavoured with Cardamom. So ended up adding that along with Condensed Milk and cream. You can imagine how creamy the entire mix was. I couldn't wait to freeze this! When I was about to click pictures, I simply garnished with almond slivers. Once the clicking was over, hubby dear was the first to taste and he wanted to complete the entire bowl. Boys were not interested as it wasn't chocolate, will have to convince them that it's Vanilla and add chocolate sauce!
We are leaving for a weekend trip to attend a marriage, so this post is scheduled. Boys are so excited about the trip as they are travelling by train since school started. The previous occasion they were very small and didn't know much. I know we are going to have a handful and quite some experience!
Will regale our tales once I am back until then enjoy this Almond Ice cream
Sending this to Pavani, who is hosting Kid's Delight, themed on "5 Ingredient Fix"
You know the mix is ready when it completely coats the back like this.
Almond Ice Cream
Milk - 1/2 litre
Corn flour - 3 tsp
Badam Mix - 3 tsp
Condensed Milk - 1/2 cup
How to make the Almond Ice Cream
Boil half a litre of milk, once it boils over, lower the flame and remove a cup aside and allow it to cool.
To the cup, add corn flour and make a lump less mix. Add this to the simmering milk. Next, add the Badam Mix and condensed milk.
Continue stirring, making sure the flame is in low. After 5 mins you will see the liquid getting thick as corn flour solidifies. When the back of the ladle is completely covered when you stir in, you know the mix is done.
Switch off and cool. When it is cooled, freeze it to set. This takes about 6 hrs.
Once set, while serving garnish with Almond slivers and enjoy!
Since you are adding corn flour, condensed milk, there is less chance of ice crystallisation happening. Still, you can whip it after one round of freezing.
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