how to make ICE CREAM

Al Mansurah, Egypt
March 8, 2007 7:21am CST
please , can you tell me how to make ice cream , i,ll chosee the best responce and i,ll give pluse tare to every answer
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• United States
8 Mar 07
How to make ice crema in 2 coffee cans Coffee can ice cream Vanilla Ice Cream: 1 cup heavy cream 1 cup light cream 1 beaten egg 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp. vanilla extract *In 1 lb. coffee can mix all ingredients. Seal can lid well with duct tape. Put small, sealed can inside larger 3 lb. can. Pack ice and 1 cup salt around small can. Put lid on large can and duct tape closed. Roll back and forth on large towel for 15 minutes. Open large can and dump ice and water. Wipe small can dry and open. Stir mix, scraping sides of can. Additional ingredients, eg, cookie crumbs, chopped nuts, can be added now. Reseal small can and place back in larger can. Repack with salt and ice. Continue rolling for 10 minutes more. Open large can and dump ice and water. Wipe small can dry and open. Enjoy! Reference----- http://www.makeicecream.com/makicecreami1.html
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• United States
8 Mar 07
You can also make it in Chocolate and Coffee flavors! mmmm...
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@tammyr (5954)
• Etowah, Tennessee
9 Mar 07
Thank you for a fine example of how to copy/paste without violating the rules, +
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• Philippines
9 Mar 07
To make ice cream without an ice cream maker: You'll need two containers, one that will fit inside the other with at least an inch to spare. Two sizes of coffee cans work well for this, but any food safe containers will do. Metal is best, but glass will work, too. Plastic does NOT work, as it doesn't conduct the cold very well. Be sure to tape or tie the lid down firmly on the smaller container. Place it in the larger coffee can or other container and put in enough ice, alternating with layers of rock salt two or three times, to completely pack the cavity between the two cans. Seal the larger can well, too, then go play 'kick the can' with it, or roll it back and forth between kids, or just hold and jiggle it like you would to hand churn butter for anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes. You can also make drain holes in the bottom of the larger container, punching them with a nail, but it can be messy if the can will be passed back and forth. To check for "doneness", it won't hurt to take off the lid and stir. If it's not frozen solid enough, drain the water caused by melting ice, repack and shake or roll again. Recipes for homemade ice cream vary from the super smooth, egg-and-cream-rich ices of the old south to the plain milk and sugar kind, but all can be adapted to a coffee can ice cream maker - just use a half recipe or less. However you do it, home made ice cream, while usually more expensive than store bought ice cream, is frugal entertainment as well as a special treat to eat.
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@meme0907 (3481)
• United States
8 Mar 07
Hey S33 :D the only thing I can remember about making ice cream (we use to do it when I was a kid) is you need rock salt :X sorry I couldn't be of more help +'s 4 U :)
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