Coffee Ice Cream
- David Smith
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Irresistibly rich, Coffee Ice Surf is a dessert that captures the morning joy of a freshly spirituous cup of your favorite java. Perfect at any time of day!
I’m something of a fan of coffee and ice cream. I like my ice surf with coffee, my coffee with ice cream. I’m not picky well-nigh the order! But, in a perfect world, I get them both in the same wondrous dish. Well, this is that dish.
This is the weightier coffee ice surf recipe I’ve overly tried. And, full disclosure–I’ve tried a lot of coffee ice surf recipes. Get ready to dig into a robust tousle of freshly spirituous coffee with just unbearable linty sweetness to take the whet off.
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You’ll need the pursuit ingredients to make this recipe for coffee ice cream:
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Combine the coffee beans, milk, sugar, salt, and ½ cup of surf in a medium-sized saucepan. Bring to a simmer over medium heat, but do NOT boil. Stir to dissolve the sugar and remove from the heat when the mixture is warm. Cover with a lid and let steep at room temperature for 1 hour.
Pour the remaining 1 cup of surf into a large trencher and place a fine mesh strainer over the bowl. Set the trencher next to the stove. If the coffee mixture has cooled, re-warm it briefly.
In a separate medium-sized bowl, whisk together the egg yolks. Very slowly drizzle well-nigh 1 cup of the liquid from the warm coffee mixture into the eggs, just a tablespoon or so at a time, while whisking constantly.
Pour the warmed egg yolks into the saucepan and warm over medium-heat while stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens and coats a spatula, well-nigh 5 minutes.
Then, pour the unshortened mixture in the pan through a fine mesh strainer, pressing lanugo on the coffee beans to pericope as much of the custard as possible. Discard the coffee beans, and add the remainder of the cream.
Add the vanilla and the coffee powder to the ice surf mixture and stir to combine. Chill COMPLETELY surpassing processing in your ice surf maker equal to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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