Have you ever made ice-cream at home? It is much easier than you think it is. This recipe is for all ice-cream lovers who want to try new exotic flavours that aren't available in the market. Being the berry lover that I am, I am always disappointed by the lack of berry ice creams in the market. But that won't stop me from feasting on red currant ice-cream now, simply because I can make it at home!
This recipe is truly a no-fuss recipe. You don't need an ice-cream machine. Just 4 ingredients and you are good to go! This ice-cream tastes as good as the ones in the market ( or even better!). It is creamy and flavourful. I'll forever be grateful to FoodHall for stocking the best fresh berries! Along with these beautiful red berries, I picked up some double cream and condensed milk from FoodHall to make this ice cream. Yes, that's all!
- 500 ml double cream
- 200 grams condensed milk
- 250 grams raspberries and red currants, puréed
- Handful of fresh raspberries and red currants
- Put condensed milk and cream in a large bowl placed in an ice bath and beat until the mixture is thick and stiff.
- Pour the mixture in a large container.
- Add raspberry and redcurrant purée and carefully fold it into the cream mixture
- Place the fresh berries on the top. Freeze until solid