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    icecream without icecream maker?

    pollen
    Wed Mar 13, 2002 10:29 pm
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    i want to make icecream, but i don't have an icecream, or even a mini one that you put in the freezer.... can i just make it in a jar or a pot or anything? i don't want to have to spend any money.. i'm just curious to try it out.

    c'est possible??
    Caryn
    Wed Mar 13, 2002 11:47 pm
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    Not sure about ice-cream but sorbets can be made easily and they set up in the freezer. My daughter's class made ice-cream in a plastic bag with dry ice - shook and shook the bag till they had ice-cream.
    Mirj
    Thu Mar 14, 2002 3:19 am
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    I make ice cream all the time in my Kenwood mixer, pour it into a freezer-type Tupperware, and have never had any problem.
    Spoongal
    Thu Mar 14, 2002 8:11 am
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    Certainly you can make it without an ice cream maker. Mix your ingredients, put in a flat pan (metal freezes faster--I usually use a 9" square cake pan; but tupperware is okay, too). Cover and freeze until the mixture is just barely frozen. Break up, put in a mixing bowl, whip, put back in pan and repeat at least 3 or 4 times so that you'll end up with a nice, light, airy mixture. Without beating, you'll end up with a harder product--more like actual ice than ice cream. It's not that much trouble and lots cheaper than buying an ice cream maker, salt, ice..... Have fun.
    Kat
    Thu Mar 14, 2002 1:53 pm
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    I don't know if it will work well on a larger scale... but

    Fill a large bowl with ice, cover the ice with salt. Put a metal bowl with chilled ice cream mixture in the bowl with salted ice. Continuously stir the ice cream. The salted ice should cause to freeze the contents in the metal bowl fairly quickly.

    That was my science project in grade 7 icon_smile.gif
    Steve_G
    Thu Mar 14, 2002 2:30 pm
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    Here's one for ya, I've never made it, but have done a similar one. It was quite good, albeit a bit firmer than I was accustomed to.
    pollen
    Thu Mar 14, 2002 4:31 pm
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    good-o, thanks!!

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    ArtWork
    Thu Mar 14, 2002 9:30 pm
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    Place ingredients in coffee can,cover tightly place 1-pound can in 3-pound coffee can. Pack space between cans with crushed ice and rock salt Place cover tightly on coffee can. Roll can back and fourth between two people/kids for 20 to 30 min. Rinse off smaller can before you open it. We do this camping.
    1c. milk
    1c. whipping cream
    1/2 tsp. vanilla
    1/2c. sugar
    1 egg (opt.)
    Nuts,fruit,chocolate chips
    Karin...
    Fri Mar 15, 2002 5:29 am
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    Quote:

    i want to make icecream, but i don't have an icecream, or even a mini one that you put in the freezer.... can i just make it in a jar or a pot or anything? i don't want to have to spend any money.. i'm just curious to try it out.

    c'est possible??


    Most definately!! Here, try my 'Passionate Orange Ice-cream'....
    Click on www.recipezaar.com/21194
    It's truely YUM!
    pollen
    Fri Mar 15, 2002 8:40 am
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    whoa.. that's a really cool looking recipe, Karin!
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