|by Tessa Hayward|
Most people who make homemade ice creams and sorbets invest in an ice cream machine.
1 - 10 of 31 for boiled icing
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Heat milk in ... not bring to boil. Beat eggs ... vanilla and let cool. When custard cools, it is ready for the ice cream freezer. Fresh fruit can be added.
Boil cocoa, water and ... degrees for 20 minutes. Cool. Mix all ingredients and boil 1 minute. Place pan in cold water. Beat until spreading consistency.
In small saucepan, ... then move to boiler. Place cake about 4-inches below broiler and cook until icing bubbles and turns golden, about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes.
Beat egg whites ... saucepan bring to boil corn syrup and ... egg whites mixture constantly. Pour in the corn syrup and continue beat until cool and thick.
Mix above and ... directions for your ice cream freezer. Broken ... bars are good in this. Fresh soft peaches may be added. Crushed peppermint is good, too.
Bring cocoa, milk and butter to a boil. Add powdered sugar and vanilla; mix well. Spread on cake and top with pecans.
Mix all ingredients ... double- boiler) and mix at high speed (about 7 minutes or until icing peaks) to spread on cake. Sprinkle with fresh coconut if desired.
Combine first 4 ... until well blended. Boil slowly without stirring ... until blended. If icing doesn't seem stiff ... until stiff enough to hold shape.
Place all ingredients in top of double boiler. Beat with rotary egg beater until thick or stands in peaks. Cool slightly, spread on cake.
Bring sugar and water to a good boil. Add gradually ... thick. I use about one teaspoon of flavoring off either one. I use this one for fresh coconut cake.
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