Jul 2, 2016

Butterscotch icecream.... love it ...

I love butterscotch icecream ... the slight crunch of the butterscotch pieces hidden inside the creamy icecream is something really special. I have always loved it and so this icecream has been on my todo list for a very long time. This summer I made some for myself and enjoyed it fully

Serves... 4 ppl
Serve option... Frozen

This is what u'll need....

Sugar - 2 tbspn
Chopped nuts - 2 tbspn
Milk cream - 1 cup
Powdered Sugar - 2 tbspn
Food colour - a tiny pinch

Here is the stir....
  • Chill the cream, blender blades and mixing bowl before you start making the icecream
  • First lets make the butterscotch bits for the icecream. Add 2 tablespoons of sugar to a nonstick pan
  • Let the sugar caramalise on low flame
  • Add chopped nuts to the caramel and stir it well

  • Let it cool. Break it into pieces and add it to a blender jar. Give it a couple of quick pulses to make it a coarse powder 

  • Pour chilled milk cream into a chilled steel bowl. Keep this on another container that is filled with ice
  • Use a hand blender to whip up the cream till it starts forming peaks
  • Add a teaspoon of sugar to the cream and continue whipping. Keep adding sugar little by little and continue to whip until the cream has thickened up well
  • Add a pinch of yellow colour. This is optional though. Blend everything finally to get an even colour
  • Add the butterscotch bits to the cream and give it a gentle mix
  • Pout it into an airtight container and top it with some big butterscotch bits

  • Freeze this for 2-3 hours before serving
  • Scoop out icecream into small bowl and enjoy your icecream

                                              • Chill the blades, bowl and cream before you start whipping the cream
                                              • Keep whipping the cream till it starts to form peaks
                                              • Freeze it for atleast 3 hours before serving

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