Introduction to Strawberry ice cream
To fully understand the theory behind frozen desserts, please visit our frozen desserts theory page. In this lesson we will teach you how to make vanilla ice cream with and without eggs.
Ice cream consists of a few simple ingredients; cream and/or milk, egg yolks, sugar and flavorings or fruit juices or purees. Before you start making ice cream, you must fully understand the effect of each ingredient on the final product. For more information on the theoretical aspect of ice cream making please follow this link. Once you have that down, you can then begin to experiment with your recipe, in order to derive your own perfect recipe. Our video training lesson on how to make vanilla ice cream focuses on the effects of each ingredient followed by a tested recipe for you to enjoy.
We have simultaneously made vanilla ice cream , chocolate ice cream , strawberry ice cream using fresh strawberries, pineapple ice cream using canned fruit, and raspberry using raspberry puree, etc so that we can distinguish what ingredient mostly affects the outcome of the ice cream. From making numerous ice creams we were able to derive the correct formula for a perfect ice cream every time. Follow the link at the bottom of the article if you wish to find out the results of our findings.
Storing and serving ice cream
Once the mixture of ice cream is ready it should be placed in the freezer. The longer you wish to store a churned ice cream, the colder the freezer should be.
Individual ingredient effects when making ice cream, troubleshooting tips and training video
For more information on the subject, and the exact quantity of ingredients used, see our step by step video tutorial on making strawberry ice cream.
VANILLA ICE CREAM PAGE