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KRUPS GVS142 Automatic Ice-Cream Maker
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Krups La Glaciere 1-Quart Automatic Ice Cream Maker
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Krups GVS1 Ice Cream Maker Review

an ice-cream maker is the most important
tool you’ll need for making these
recipes there are many varieties of
ice-cream makers on the market and one
of the newest and my favorite type of
machine to use is an ice cream maker
with a sealed in cooling what you have
is a special bowl like this and it has a
fluid sealed permanently between the
sides of this container and what you do
is you wrap the container in a plastic
bag like this zip it shut or twist tie
it and you store it in the freezer for
at least 24 hours before you plan to
make a frozen dessert now some people
like to have it ready on hand so that
they can decide at the last minute to
make a frozen dessert so if you like and
if you have space in the freezer you can
just store this in the freezer until
it’s ready to use when you take it out
of the freezer and you’re ready to make
your frozen dessert shake it to make
sure that it’s frozen solid if you hear
anything sloshing around then the
canister is not solidly frozen and you
need to put it back in the freezer so
once your canister is frozen you’ll take
it out of the plastic bag you’ll put it
on top of the base like this and then
you’ll add the dasher and this is what
keeps air moving and it helps to lighten
the frozen dessert as it’s churning now
you add the top like that lock it in
place and then you make sure to turn it
on before you add the chilled base or
batter for your frozen dessert so this
will be turned on
and you’re actually going to leave it on
scrape the liquid in here and keep it
churning for about 20 or 25 minutes
another thing that’s very important is
to make sure that the base or the batter
for your ice cream is chilled before you
put it in the machine you don’t want to
put any kind of warm liquid into the
machine otherwise it will cause the
sides to melt before your dessert
freezes so when I walk you through the
recipes I’ll walk you through all the
steps to make sure you have a nice cold
batter or ice cream base ready to go
into the machine
after your dessert is done churning
you’ll turn it off remove the lid
pull out the dasher scrape off any
dessert that’s frozen to the sides lift
off the cannister and now you’re ready
to serve a couple of safety tips to
preserve the canister avoid scraping any
metal tools along the sides of the
canister I like to use a very hard
plastic spatula or a bamboo or wooden
rice paddle to scrape the mixture out of
the machine and into containers again be
careful to avoid using any metal
utensils that would scrape the sides of
the canister another thing that’s
important to do is consider what kind of
containers you plan to put the dessert
into after you’ve turned it if you’re
not going to be serving at all
immediately I like to use cardboard
containers rather than plastic these
look just like the ice cream containers
you’d find in the freezer at the
supermarket but they have no labels no
writing on them you can find them at
places like smart and final or
restaurant supply places or other outlet
stores and you can write the flavor and
the date on the container make sure to
write it on the container before you add
any frozen dessert otherwise you won’t
be able to write these can go into the
freezer and you can use other containers
but you have to make sure that you
freeze in one or two cup portions if you
were to freeze the entire dessert in a
four or five or six cup container what
would happen is each time you take it
out of the freezer to allow it to soften
it would lose a little bit of texture so
it’s better to smaller containers that
you’ll use up more quickly than to
freeze it in a large container and
that’s all there is to it for prep steps

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.