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Eggs Gelato Ice Cream

Egg Gelato Ice Cream

Ice cream the typical cold Italian treat which is quite famous the world over, that has very high nutritional value; soft and thick at the time, flavorsome, refreshing and also genuine and,especially if it is homemade fresh daily, is a joy for the eyes and palate,its right for persons of any age.

It's made up of a blend of various ingredients in the stable solution suitably balanced,pasteurized, homogenized,with cold cured and churned, then held at an adequate freezer temperature.

The mixture represents the first phase that consists in a putting together the ingredients which also come together to make ice cream recipes during times and methods which will be explained, the basis for each specific flavors.

This important result, necessary to obtain the good texture of the ice cream, is achieved with the rights amounts of the ingredients and also with the various operations which consist by heating the liquid parts and subsequent dispersion in sugar, fats, and all other necessary solids, and to keeping them amalgamated and equally distributed i all of the subsequent phases in the process. This is the function of the milk protein, egg, fruit, stabilizers and emulsions.

When approaching making a gelato, think "Egg Custard" because that's what you're essentially going to be putting into your ice cream maker. You're skill at making egg custards will determine your skill at making gelato.


1 qt. whole milk
2 1/2 cups sugar
The peel of 1 organic lemon (i.e. un waxed)
8 extra large egg yolks
Egg Gelato Ice Cream


In a medium saucepan, bring the milk,1 1/4 cups of sugar and the lemon peel to a boil. Take the pan off of the heat and allow cooling.

Combine egg yolks and sugar in mixing bowl. Beat at medium-high speed until very thick and pale yellow in color. Remove the lemon peel from the milk, and ladle one scoop of the milk into the egg yolk mixture. Mix thoroughly. Add the remaining milk 1/2 cup at a time, mixing the egg custard base after each time you've added milk.

Then pour the mixture into another sauce pan, and cook over medium to medium-low heat. Cook until it thickens, stirring constantly, until mixture coats back of spoon.

Remove from heat. Pass mixture through a fine strainer into medium bowl set over an ice bath to chill.

Pour into your ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer's directions. Freeze in freezer for 6 hours. Scoop and serve.