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Recipe Text


Ingredients:

    • Milk – 500ml 
    • Extra Milk(Cold) – 200ml 
    • Corn Flour – 4Tbsps 
    • GMS (Glycerine Mono Stearate) – 3Tbsps 
    • Milk Powder – 1 1/2Tbsps 
    • CMC (Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose) – 1/4 Tsp 
    • Sugar Free Natura(Artificial Sweetener) – 11 Measures Or To Taste 

    Or

    • Sugar – 1/2 Cup + 1/2 of 1/4Cup 
    • Cream – 100gms 
    • Essence – 1/2Tsp 
    • Grated Chocolate – 1Cup


    (Online Conversion utility to convert 
    Gms to Cups & Temperatures etc)


    Method: 

    Boil 500ml milk. Take a mixie jar and add corn flour, GMS, milk powder, CMC, sugar free natura or sugar, extra 200ml cold milk. Run the mixie and make a smooth paste without any lumps. When the 500ml milk is boiling add the above mixture and keep stirring. Stirring is important otherwise it will burn at the bottom. Keep stirring till the mixture is thick. To test this, dip a spoon in this mixture and hold it. With a wet finger, rub on the back of the spoon. If it drips then there is still water content in the mixture—so you have to keep on heat for some more time. if it doesn’t drip then it is time to remove it from heat. Transfer this mixture to a flat dish and let it cool completely. Set the fridge to maximum point. When the mixture is cold, cover it tight and put this dish in a deep freezer. Keep inside the deep freezer till it is rock hard. Now the base of the ice cream is ready. When set remove and let the mixture become somewhat loose. Meanwhile we will melt the chocolate. Take 1 cup of grated chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Cook the chocolate on high for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Now the chocolate is melted. Add 25gms of cream to this melted chocolate and mix with a spoon. Now this chocolate mixture is smooth. Keep aside. When the base mixture is loosened mix once with a spoon. Now set the processor bowl. Use Atta kneading blade to beat this mixture. Take this mixture into the processor bowl and add cream. Add essence here. If you add vanilla essence it becomes vanilla ice cream, if you add pineapple essence and few drops of yellow color it becomes pineapple ice cream, if you add strawberry essence and few drops of pink color we get strawberry ice cream. Like that use your imagination and add essence and color to get your favorite ice cream. If you want to use fresh fruits do not add the essence here. Now beat this mixture. When done it is increased by 3 times the original volume. Now you can pour them in moulds, cups and freeze. But for chocolate ice cream add the prepared chocolate mixture here and beat once so that it mixes well in the ice cream base. Similarly for fresh fruit ice creams add the fruit pulp here and mix . Just run the processor for few seconds only—do not beat vigorously. Here we are making chocolate ice cream—so take this mixture into a bowl. Now see the chocolate moulds shown in the video. Take a spoon and fill each mould by tapping slowly till it is full up to the brim. Now cover it and insert the sticks as shown. Freeze these moulds in the freezer for 6 hours. When set it is hard. When you want to serve dip this mould in a bowl of water. Now remove the cover. Pull the ice cream slowly with the help of the stick. And here you have the delicious chocolate ice cream. Instead of moulds if you pour the ice cream mixture into cups and freeze you get cup ice cream. If you pour this into a bowl and freeze---before serving scoop out the ice cream into individual cups and serve. Any way you prepare this is a tasty treat for all.

    Tip 

    If you are freezing this mixture in bulk and want to serve by scooping, then pour this mixture into a plastic bowl with tight lid and freeze. Just before serving microwave this bowl for few seconds and you get nice scoops of ice cream.

    GMS ia an emulsifier and keeps the ice-cream light and foamy, even when frozen. CMC is a stabilizer, and since it absorbs liquids, it suppresses the formation of ice-crystals in ice-cream and ensures smoothness and firmness of the product. 


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    Our Earlier discussions on the Blog
     
    Swapna Latha said...

    swapna said
    gayatrigaru
    iam facing some problem on ice cream which milk i can use sweden which ice powder i can take please tell mix fruit jam how to do.

    October 28, 2010 1:40 AM

    Blogger Gayatri Vantillu said...

    Swapna Garu,

    If you get full cream milk you can use it, else any other milk would also be ok.

    October 30, 2010 7:47 AM

    AnonymousAnonymous said...

    Hi i am chaitanya.I like ur recipes.Daily i am visiting ur site here i got one doubt.I saw ur Ice cream recipe ther u mentioned 2 items those r "GMS","CMC" i dont know those ingradients can u pls tell me what r those and where can i get those.Actually i am living in USA.Those will be available in here also r only in India.someof people will make ice cream with paneer also if u know that can u pls post that also any way thanks for ur recipes.I will be waiting for ur reply.

    Thanks
    Chaitanya.

    March 16, 2009 6:13 AM

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    BloggerGayatri Vantillu said...

    Chiatanya Garu,

    Pl visit http://www.gayatrivantillu.com/icecream for details of the components. In US also they may be available as they are available in India in all super bazars or bakery stores.

    I do prepare Ice-cream with Paneer. Calorie conscious people prefer this recipe. I would be hosting it in near future.

    Mrs Gayatri Sharma

    March 16, 2009 6:14 AM




    pednekar said...

    Hello Madam,
    sorry for the incomplete comment. I wanted to know where can one buy GMS and CMC
    Thanks a lot

    June 4, 2009 12:14 PM

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    BloggerGayatri Vantillu said...

    In India GMS and CMC must be available in Stores which sell Bakery items and related materials

    June 4, 2009 7:14 PMDelete

    BloggerGayatri Vantillu said...

    Laxmi Garu,

    CMC and GMS are used in Commercial Ice-creams also. If you are avoiding commercial ice-creams during pregnancy, I think you should avoid making it at home too. I cannot comment on their safety aspects.

    Thanks for your feed-back on Aloo Paratha.

    June 13, 2009 4:34 AM



    Anonymous said...

    hi. gayatri
    what is the diffrent between corn strach and corn flour
    where i live there is only corn strach
    pls reply me thanks

    August 5, 2009 9:51 PM

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    BloggerGayatri Vantillu said...

    It would be nice if the viewers leave their names while posting on the blog.
    As I understand from the food blogs,
    in US it is called Corn Starch and UK it is known as Corn Flour.

    August 6, 2009 4:25 AM

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     Anonymous said...

    my name is sunny i am from ap khammam.i have seen your videos...today a saw yours ice creem make,but i doesnt understand gmc and cmc powders ple.. give me a brief description.

    October 29, 2008 5:26 PM

    Anonymous said...

    Hello Gayatri garu,
    I saw ice cream recipe which I liked very much. I wanted to give a try after watching that recipe. But I have a doubt about GMS and CMC powders if pregnant ladies can have them. Could you please clarify that to me?

    I' waiting for your reply.

    Thank you,
    Lakshmi.

    June 12, 2009 5:36 AMAnonymous
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