Wednesday, March 9, 2011
This is a cleaning the fridge ice cream.
The strawberries has been in my freezer for many many months. More than 9 months, I guess. And a punnet of blueberries almost on the brink of being totally dried up by the fridge, half a lemon left from a rhubarb juice, a carton of half finished yogurt and a bit of whipping cream left in a large carton.
What better way than to use them all up in an ice cream. So I made this up.. and the outcome was really good. But weirdly, this melted faster than my Blueberry Ripple Yogurt Ice Cream, although this version contains more gelatin. The actual fact is that this version contains more cream than the former version. Maybe that’s why.. maybe.. I’m saying maybe.
I also made some into popsicles
Berrylicious Yogurt Ice Cream
Recipe source: Wendyywy
125gm strawberries, hulled
2 Tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp lemon zest
1 tsp gelatin
1 Tbsp water
170gm plain yogurt
300gm whipping cream
1. Cook strawberry blueberries and sugar until the syrup turns into a nice purplish colour.
2. Turn off the heat and put in lemon zest and juice.
3. Let it cool down and blitz to a puree. Set aside.
4. Place gelatin and water into a larger bowl. Let it sit for 2 minutes.
5. Heat 1/3 of the puree until it is hot and pour into gelatin mixture. Stir until gelatin melts.
6. Mix with the rest of the puree. Combine with the yogurt.
7. In a cold bowl, whip the cream to soft peaks.
8. Pour 1/4 of the puree into the whipped cream and fold with a whisk.
9. Repeat step (8)
10. Pour in all the puree and fold.
11. Pour ice cream mixture into prepared moulds (a loaf pan or popsicle moulds)
12. Chill overnight until totally frozen.
I am submitting this to Aspiring Bakers March 2011 Fruity March