This Ice Cream is to die for! I got the recipe from www.about.com and have since made it many times. It is a bit more involved to make but worth the effort.The ginger flavor is keenest for the first 24 hours. It is still sprightly after 2 days, but then gradually begins to fade. Great to end a Chinese meal!The cook and prep times are estimates, I never really kept track!
A delightful treat on a hot day. For variation, try substituting other flavours of jello and kool-aid. As my ice-cream machine is not large, it will not quite hold this whole recipe. I put the excess into a small container and freeze it, stirring a couple times. Freezing time is not included in this recipe because of differences in various ice-cream machines.
This ice cream is a little more time consuming than most ice cream, but delicious served with pound cake. Cook time is refrigeration time (at least 4 hours). Prep time includes estimated processing time. Recipe source: Bon Appetit Kitchen Collection.
I found this yummy ice cream recipe in Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book. I changed it only slightly, adding more Oreos and adding the Oreos to the ice cream freezing process a little sooner. It's very good! Cook time is the freezing process time and for my Cuisinart freezer, that's about 20 minutes.
I came across this recipe recently while looking for apricot recipes. Although I haven't made it yet it sounds delicious combining two of my favorite things (apricots and pistachios). Processing time is included with cooking time, but cooling time and freezing time is not included (allow overnight freezing and an additional 2-4 hours cooling/refrigeration time). Recipe source: Bon Appetit (July 1982)
I am posting this recipe in response to a request for recipes using an ice cream maker. Except for the whipping cream I find that I usually have all the ingredients on hand. This is very easy to make but does take time to chill. Stacey