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Post by stephen » 23 Apr 2005, 08:23

debcat wrote:Any one got a recipe for baileys ice cream?
Sure have. And it's delicious.

250ml whipping cream (or 150ml double made up with milk)
250ml milk
100g caster sugar
60ml Baileys

Combine and stir till it all dissolves. Chill. Churn.
Stephen

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Post by summayah » 25 Apr 2005, 18:20

nanny p, did you make the rich ice cream for your visitors yesterday or did you do the other version that stephen suggested, less cream more milk? If the latter was it nicer for you?

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Post by NannyP » 25 Apr 2005, 19:00

It was the one I made the other day, there was and is plenty left. We only had a couple of scoops with the Rhubarb Crumble, and I think tonight we'll have osme with the Strawberries that need to be eaten soon :lol:
I will try a lower fat recipe next time
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Post by summayah » 25 Apr 2005, 19:54

you could have made strawberry ice cream! never mind, you'll just have to get some more to do that

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Post by NannyP » 25 Apr 2005, 20:53

:lol: :wink:

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Post by summayah » 25 Apr 2005, 21:00

I see..... that was the original plan

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Post by NannyP » 25 Apr 2005, 21:04

No, I think the next time I make some it'll be CHOCOLATE :P cos that way, if it's too rich, I'll deal with it. :wink:

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Post by summayah » 25 Apr 2005, 21:19

you'll suffer in the interest of cooking ~ a true martyr to the cause, bit like Gina and her lemon curd

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Post by debcat » 26 Apr 2005, 03:38

The chocolate is really really really good :lol:
we're all sane it's the rest of the world thats mad!

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Post by summayah » 01 Jun 2005, 06:41

I finally did it.............finally got up the courage to give it a go and make some ice cream. It was delicious. I used 4ozs sugar instead of 6ozs and .75pt milk and .25pt double cream.
Used the freezer mix that Stephen gave 5grm to 20ml water and it all worked well, I feel so pleased.

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Post by Ex Moderator » 01 Jun 2005, 07:07

Good for you! Bet you enjoyed every spoonful! :wink:

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Post by Knobby » 01 Jun 2005, 08:22

Well done summayah !!! COuldve done with it on Friday tho' !! :?

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Post by worldor » 01 Jun 2005, 12:21

Used the freezer mix that Stephen gave 5grm to 20ml water
What are you referring to here please. Just ordered an ice cream maker from the Amazon sale so am checking the recipes.

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Post by summayah » 01 Jun 2005, 13:46

worldor, I bought an ice cream maker that stephen recommended back on page 2 or 3 I think, a Gaggia. It makes the ice cream and freezes it at the same time. It has 2 bowls, one fixed and one removeable and I wanted to use the removeable bowl because it can be completely removed for washing. To use that bowl you had to use an alcohol solution which I can't use. Stephen very kindly hunted down another freezing solution ~ 5gr salt to 20mls water. If your machine needs the bowl keeping in the freezer you won't need that information.
If you look at the beginning of this thread and dotted about in it you will find one or two recipes ~ I just made the basic recipe no 2 I think that stephen had put up ~ it was lovely ~ just a tiny bit of pure vanilla oil as I didn't have any pods

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Post by worldor » 01 Jun 2005, 16:44

Thanks for that, I remember now that you had a problem because of the alcohol. Mine is just the cheap ice cream maker that you have to put in the freezer but I can't wait to have a go. I have printed out all of the suggested recipes from the earlier posts and also bought a couple of books from Amazon through the site. My small way of saying thank you to Stephen.

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