Black Walnut Ice Cream
- David Smith
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Filled with slightly chewy pieces of woebegone walnuts, this sweet and fragrant Woebegone Walnut Ice Surf is a decadent treat.
To me, woebegone walnuts and woebegone walnut pericope smell just a tiny bit like anise, the savor of woebegone licorice. I was a little leery of them both initially, as I’m not a fan of woebegone licorice at all.
However, the savor and fragrance in the finished ice surf is not at all reminiscent of anise. Phew. This is a sweet, nutty ice surf that has been a win with all of the walnut lovers in our family. (I didn’t waste a scoop sharing it with the non-walnut-enjoying child. That’s his loss.)
Whether your woebegone walnut pericope is specifically labeled as “imitation” or not, it likely is a combination of natural and strained flavors created to mimic the savor of woebegone walnuts. This is the pericope I used for this ice cream.
I looked virtually a bit and did not find a single woebegone walnut pericope that was unquestionably made from woebegone walnuts, with that information anywhere on the label. So, go superiority and pick up an imitation woebegone walnut pericope and make this ice surf without remoter ado.
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You’ll need the pursuit ingredients to make this recipe:
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Start by whisking together the cream, milk, sugar, salt, and woebegone walnut extract. Then, pour the mixture into your ice surf maker and freeze equal to the manufacturer’s directions.
When the ice surf has scrutinizingly finished churning, add the chopped walnuts. Allow the machine to mix them throughout the ice cream. Then, transfer the ice surf to a freezer-safe container and freeze until firm.
If woebegone walnuts are unavailable, regular walnuts may be substituted. The woebegone walnut pericope will add significant woebegone walnut savor to the ice surf base. My preference is woebegone walnuts, but this ice surf is still succulent without them.
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