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Halva Ice-cream


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Ingredients

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  • 3 eggs
  • 150 grams caster sugar
  • 350 grams full fat cream cheese
  • 250 grams Milk
  • 200 grams halva
  • pinch sea salt
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place halva into mixing bowl. Chop 3 seconds, Speed 5. Set aside for later.

  2. Insert butterfly. Add eggs and sugar into bowl. Beat 5 minutes, 37 degrees, Speed 3.

  3. Add remaining ingredients, including the halva. Cook 6 minutes, 80 degrees, Speed 3.

  4. Pour into a container and allow to cool. Once this has cooled place it in the freezer for approximately 4 hours or until it is frozen around the edges.

  5. Return the mixture to the thermomix bowl. Beat for 20-30 seconds on Speed 9, depending on how frozen the mixture is before going into the bowl.

  6. Return to the container and freeze overnight.

  7. This can be served with Loukoumades (Greek honey doughnuts) or figs. Sprinke with cinnamon.

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Tip

You can use either full cream or reduced fat milk for this recipe however, make sure the cream is full fat.

I initially tasted this delicious ice-cream at Philhellene in Moonee Ponds. After talking with a friend of mine who wants to develop a Greek Feast theme for a Girls' Night In Fundraiser we decided we would try to recreate this lovely flavoured icecream.


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  • Hi, sound interesting, but

    Submitted by m220647 on 31. May 2013 - 21:05.

    Hi, sound interesting, but what is halva.

     

    Rgs maree

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