“How do I succeed with ice cream without an ice cream machine?”

Hello all readers,

Last week I wrote about asparagus and its wonderful possibilities when it comes to cooking. I also asked for your favorite recipes and was promised a book in exchange for one of you. The book goes to Magnus Ewertz-Andersson for this delicious recipe. Thank you Magnus, I will fix this!

Asparagus sticks covered with parmesan cheese

4 servings

Piece of garlic butter for the dish (homemade or purchased)

2.5 deciliters of wheat flour

2 scrambled eggs

2 tablespoons water

5 dl Banquo

1.5 dl of freshly grated Parmesan cheese

Salt and pepper to taste

1/2 kg asparagus – cleaned, trimmed and chopped

do this:

  1. Set the oven to 190 degrees.
  2. Grease a plate with garlic butter (you can also grease a baking sheet).
  3. Mix the flour, salt and pepper in one bowl, and whisk the eggs and water in another bowl. Mix panko and Parmesan in a third bowl.
  4. Now to the three-step survey. Turn each asparagus into flour, then into eggs and finally into the panko and Parmesan mixture. Make sure the asparagus is whole-baked.
  5. Place the asparagus on a greased baking sheet and bake until golden (about 15-20 minutes).
  6. Serve with a good dip, such as tzatziki.

Ice cream with licorice school sauce

Hello Alexandra,

Now the sheikh is blooming! Happiness is great in the family. I ate ice cream at a restaurant last year, do you have a recipe for something similar? I don’t have an ice cream machine. In addition, it was served with licorice school sauce. something you know?

I wonder grateful stina

hello stina,

Yes, beautiful old man. I usually long for them to bloom and fill the freezer with roses and juice. I like to dip the flowers into pancake batter, fry them and serve them with vanilla ice cream. I don’t always have time to make juice, so I at least pick the flowers and freeze them, and then make juice when I have the time. The same trick also works for nettle, now that it is very clear.

One of the easiest ways to make ice cream without a machine is to make some kind of mousse on top of whipped cream and spices. Here’s a simple recipe for elderberry ice cream and licorice school sauce. It takes a while so you are very hungry and want ice cream really fast, you can buy good vanilla ice cream with homemade elderberry juice. But it will always be better to do it yourself and you will be the best with the ice cream machine. Hope this tastes as you meant!

Berries can be used for more than just juice. Photo: Maja Suslin/TT

Recipe: Old-fashioned ice cream

3 dl whipping cream

3 egg yolks

1 vanilla bean

0.5 deciliter of caster sugar + 1 tablespoon of sugar

0.5 dL of homemade elderberry juice

Feel free to do the following:

Scrape the seeds off the vanilla beans. Whisk egg yolks, elderberry juice, vanilla, and 0.5 dL sugar for at least 5 minutes. Beat the cream with a tablespoon of sugar, it should whip vigorously. Stir the elderberry mixture with the cream mixture and put it in a round shape.

Put it in the freezer and leave it for at least three hours. Stir the mixture every half hour for the first two hours. Take out the ice cream 15-20 minutes before serving and enjoy the caramel sauce.

School licorice sauce

100 gm butter

2 dl sugar

2 dl whipping cream

1.5 dl syrup

3 teaspoons licorice or ammonia powder

Feel free to do the following:

Melt the butter in a saucepan. Add the rest of the ingredients except licorice powder. Allow it to simmer, stirring occasionally with a wooden spoon. Stir in three teaspoons of licorice/ammonia powder after 10 minutes. Let it simmer until the temperature reaches 105-108 degrees. Pour the sauce into a glass bowl and enjoy. The sauce will last three weeks in the refrigerator.

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