Traditional Eggnog

Traditional Eggnog created by Andrew Purcell

This is a great eggnog with or without alcohol. I put in the alcohol! It is from "Company's Coming for Christmas. Salute!

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25mins
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  • You will need 3 medium to large bowls.
  • In the first bowl beat egg whites until they start to thicken.
  • Add 1 cup sugar, beat until thick.
  • In the second bowl: Beat egg yolks and salt until thick.
  • Combine beaten egg whites with yolks and beat until mixed and thick.
  • In a third large bowl beat cream until it starts to thicken.
  • Add 2 tbsp sugar & vanilla to the beaten cream.
  • Add milk, rum & whiskey beating continually (for non alcoholic eggnog omit the alcohol and add artificial rum flavoring doing it a tsp at a time until you achieve the desired taste).
  • Combine all the ingredients, and chill.
  • Serve with a garnish of a sprinkle of nutmeg on top of each glass.
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  1. Andrew Purcell
    Traditional Eggnog Created by Andrew Purcell
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  4. Tra N.
    What is the 2nd sugar, is it confectioners sugar?
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  5. lakisha f.
    Only my 2nd time making eggnog, 1st time w/o cooking the eggs. Initially thought 7C of milk and 3C of cream was way too much bc when I tasted it without the alcohol it was way too milk heavy and I thought I'd have to add a heck of a lot of sugar to enjoy it. However after refrigerating if for a few hours, the alcohol (used whiskey) helped it immensely IMO. I really also enjoyed the delicious foam on top. As another review mentioned earlier, recommended times for beating the egg whites/yolks would've made this recipe easier. But there's a good chance I'll make again ??
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