Although it is unusually cooler this time of the year in my city, there's no reason to say a NO to icecream. And what better way to spend time at home making some with your child. And I did just that one morning. Her only want was that the icecream should be a pink hue. But as we mixed in our strawberries,she insisted that this wasn't the colour that she wanted. So in went a lil food colouring and she didn't complain. Am guessing this was the hue she wanted. The recipe is what I normally follow.
What you need are:
Egg-1(yolk and white separated)
Fresh Cream-1 cup
Strawberries-100g (pureed and strained)
Mix cornflour, sugar and a pinch of salt in 1/4 cup of milk. Heat the remaining milk. Remove and stir in the cornflour mixture. Whisk the egg yolk over a pan of simmering water until thick and set aside to cool. Add the cooled egg yolk into the milk. Add the strawberries. Whip the egg white to stiff peaks and fold them into the milk. Whip the cream and fold it in as well. Pour in a container or molds and freeze. Beat once every two hours for the first 6 hours of freezing if freezing in a pan/container. Freeze until firm.