Yesterday we had a few guests at my home, so I had prepared a good amount of vanilla ice-cream with Dairy whipping cream. They were not only smooth and delicately textured, but also had a rich, milky taste to them. All the credits goes to my Almarai dairy cream which whipped like a charm.
Now, off to our recipe. I will mention cup measurements, as you guys find them easier to deal with. My cup has 200 ml capacity, and the ingredients needed are
- 13/4 cup or 300 grams of Almarai whipping cream
- 1/2 cup + 1 tbsp Icing sugar (You can skip sugar if you are using Non-dairy/sweetened cream)
- 3/4 cup or 150 grams of Nestle condensed milk
- 1 tbsp Vanilla extract
Whipped cream from Dairy cream
Whipped cream from Amul tetrapack
Whipped cream from Non-Dairy cream like Tropolite
Whipped cream from Commercial Powder like Bluebird
This recipe utilizes three main steps, for your conveniance I have included a video. Please watch them after reading every step. This could help you to understand how they are made.
STEP 1 - Chill your whipping cream and beater blades for minimum of three hours. Pour your dairy cream to the blender. Add in Icing sugar and vanilla. Keep them beating, and gradually increase the speed.
STEP 2 - Whip them till they get beautiful stiff peaks. In the video, I have shown you a close-up look of how stiff peaks looks like. You could also go through some of my links above, that gets you step-by-step pic of how stiff peaks are achieved.
STEP3 - Add condensed milk and beat them on highest speed for not more than 5-7 seconds. You will note that they have turned soft, transfer this mixture in a plastic container and freeze for a minimum of 6 hours. After that, you could scoop them in and enjoy.
I just added dark chocolate syrup (2 parts of dark chocolate with 1 part of cream and heat them on a double boiler till chocolate melts) with a touch of sprinkles. You could serve them plain as well, it will be very tasty.
This is the basic version, you could also add on your own flavors like Coffee, Chocolate/Chocolate chips, Butterscotch etc. Do try them at home and let us know how it turned out. Good day to all <3