Wattleseed Ice Cream

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Wild harvested wattleseed & ice-cream go hand in hand. Until you've tried this gorgeous combo you wont believe me!

 1 cup Milk
 1 cup Cream
 3 tsp Roasted wattleseed
 ¾ cup Caster sugar
 5 Egg Yolks
 Extra finely milled wattleseed for topping
 Extra caster sugar

1

Put Wattleseed into boiling water to extract flavour, leave for 5 minutes

2

Heat in saucepan cream and milk until almost boiling, then take off heat and cool to room temperature or just above

3

Whisk together egg yolks and caster sugar until pale and creamy

4

Continue whisking and add the milk/cream mixture a little at a time

5

Strain the wattleseed grains out and add the extract to the mixture

6

Put back in saucepan and return to medium heat until sauce thickens and clings to the back of a spoon. Don't all to boil as the sauce will separate.

7

Put in fridge to chill

8

Once chilled add to ice-cream maker and churn

9

To serve place in bowl, sprinkle with a mixture of finely milled (you can do this in a food processor) wattleseed and mix in a small amount of sugar to taste, plus top with any of your favourite fruits or nuts.

Ingredients

 1 cup Milk
 1 cup Cream
 3 tsp Roasted wattleseed
 ¾ cup Caster sugar
 5 Egg Yolks
 Extra finely milled wattleseed for topping
 Extra caster sugar

Directions

1

Put Wattleseed into boiling water to extract flavour, leave for 5 minutes

2

Heat in saucepan cream and milk until almost boiling, then take off heat and cool to room temperature or just above

3

Whisk together egg yolks and caster sugar until pale and creamy

4

Continue whisking and add the milk/cream mixture a little at a time

5

Strain the wattleseed grains out and add the extract to the mixture

6

Put back in saucepan and return to medium heat until sauce thickens and clings to the back of a spoon. Don't all to boil as the sauce will separate.

7

Put in fridge to chill

8

Once chilled add to ice-cream maker and churn

9

To serve place in bowl, sprinkle with a mixture of finely milled (you can do this in a food processor) wattleseed and mix in a small amount of sugar to taste, plus top with any of your favourite fruits or nuts.

Wattleseed Ice Cream
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