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1/1 Photo of Cornish/ Clotted Cream
After living in the UK and rightfully becoming a scone, jam and clotted cream addict... I had to learn how to make Cornish cream at home. How hard could it be? Well... harder than you would think, for all the wrong reasons. It seems that finding the right cream is the real challenge. The best Cornish cream is made from fresh, unpasteurized, cream. In our ultra-pasteurized world, it is next to impossible to find unless you have a diary farmer tucked into your list of bff's. To further complicate things, I now live in the Netherlands. One would think that with all of the cows here (happiest cows on earth) it would be easier. No, no no no. Think again. So, I have modified, and tweeked a bit here and there to create clotted cream that is still a little piece of heaven on earth. That being said, if you can get your hands on unpasteurized cream to make this recipe, by all means use it! Also consider smuggling me some :)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (158 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6