Ice creams

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  1. reeba

    reeba New IL'ite

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    There is something wrong with my freezer.

    When i make icecreams sometimes it gets overcooled and is highly thickened.

    It is difficult taking it out from the dish, being so thickened.

    Is there any way by which i can easily transfer it to another dish?
     
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  2. neha

    neha New IL'ite

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    I think, there is nothing wrong with your freezer.

    It is usual thing that icecreams gets thickened.

    I would suggest you to heat your spoon and then use it to take the thickened icecreams.

    Now you will find it easier to serve.
     
  3. megha

    megha New IL'ite

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    I have another question regarding icecreams....

    Reeba, please do not mind, I think it is contrary to your post.

    Do we have any method by which we can prevent the sudden melting of icecreams?
     
  4. vidhya

    vidhya New IL'ite

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    Of course, we do have a method to prevent the sudden melting of icecreams

    Cool the bowls and spoons (into which you wish to serve the icecreams)
    half an hour prior to serving the icecreams. After half an hour serve the icecream into this bowl.
     
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    anasuya New IL'ite

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    I have a tip to say on how to get well-set icecreams.....

    Here it goes.....

    Use bowls with smaller depths and also ensure that your bowl is wider.

    If you follow these rules, you will get well set icecreams.
     
  6. reeba

    reeba New IL'ite

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    Thanks to all who replied my question......

    I never expected this much replies.:eek:

    I got additional informations too.....

    I will surely try all your suggestions..
     
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    Setting of ice creams

    Use aluminium containers instead of steel ones, to set ice-cream faster.

    Ice cream will not form ice crystals on top, if you cover the containers with a tight plastic wrap before closing the lid.
     
  8. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    When the ice cream is half set, take it out once, whisk very well & return to the freezer. When it is fully set remove the vessel from the "freezer floor" (to prevent hardening) & introduce an article like a coin or a plastic plate between container & freezer floor. If it is continued to be kept directly on the freezer floor it will harden definitely.Introducing another article helps to maintain the soft texrure.
    Ofcourse, shallow aluminium container covered with aluminium foil is also a must.
     
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    Abirami New IL'ite

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    How to make simple ice cream without ice cream maker

    Dear friends,
    Can anyone can give me receipes on how to make simple ice cream receipes.

    Thanks guys.
     
  10. ptamil2007

    ptamil2007 Gold IL'ite

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    I want to try making ice-cream at home. I have never done before.
    Can anyone please post a simple recipe?
     

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