Thai Tea Ice Cream

The weather is warming up so things are cooling down in the kitchen. This is one recipe you must add to your collection. The rich flavors and creamy texture in this ice cream are intensified by slow churning.

 

Thai Tea Ice Cream
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Intense Thai tea flavor that is sure to please your pallet with a rich creamy finish.
Servings
1 quart
Cook Time Passive Time
45 min 12 hours
Servings
1 quart
Cook Time Passive Time
45 min 12 hours
Thai Tea Ice Cream
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Rating: 0
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Print Recipe
Intense Thai tea flavor that is sure to please your pallet with a rich creamy finish.
Servings
1 quart
Cook Time Passive Time
45 min 12 hours
Servings
1 quart
Cook Time Passive Time
45 min 12 hours
Ingredients
Servings: quart
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Instructions
  1. Pour heavy cream into a small bowl and place in freezer to chill cream.
  2. In a medium saucepan, pour milk, sweetened condensed milk, Thai tea mix, and salt. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture starts to steam. Remove from heat, cover and let steep for 15-20 minutes. Strain through a tea strainer (or cheese cloth).
  3. Return milk mixture to medium sauce pan, over low heat until it starts to steam.
  4. In a medium bowl whisk egg yolks together. Slowly add warm cream mixture to the egg yolks while whisking constantly. You don't want scrambled egg yolks so take your time pouring the warm cream into the yolks.
  5. Pour mixture back into your saucepan. Return to medium heat, stirring constantly until mixture coats the back of a large spoon. This should take 5 or so minutes. Don't let the mixture come to a boil.
  6. Take the bowl of cream out of your freezer. Set your metal mesh strainer over your cream and pour the yolk mixture into it. Add almond extract. Let mixture cool for about 10 minutes and refrigerate for 12 hours.
  7. Add the ice cream mixture to your ice cream maker and follow the manufactures instructions for your model. I used the kitchen aid ice cream maker and had it set to the lowest setting for 15-20 minutes.
Recipe Notes

This recipe was inspired by: loveandoliveoil.com

Here are a few of the tools and supplies I used in this recipe:

Thai ice tea mix

Tea strainer

Fine mesh strainer

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