Strawberry Gelato4 Reviews
- Prep: 10 min
- Cook: 10 min
- Ready In: 1 day 20 min
“This recipe is perfect for 1.5-quart ice cream makers. It's easy to make and tastes great. Making gelato takes some trial and error to figure out the custard bases, flavors, and the quirks of your ice cream maker. Once you conquer the technique you won't believe what you can do.” - by Fat Al Johnson
Original recipe yields 4 servings
- Beat milk, sugar, egg yolks, and vanilla with a wire whisk in a saucepan; cook and stir over medium heat until beginning to thicken, about 5 minutes.
- Fold the strawberries into the thickening mixture. Whisk until the strawberries soften enough to nearly dissolve into the liquid. Continue cooking until nearing a boil and thick enough for a thin layer to cling to a spoon dipped into it, about 5 minutes.
- Chill in refrigerator until completely cool.
- Freeze in canister of ice cream maker according to manufacturer instructions.
Amount Per Serving (4 total)
- 243 cal
- 8.5 g
- 35.6 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (4)Rate This Recipe
"I really hate to rate recipes low, especially newer ones. However, this wasted A LOT of ingredients, because it didn't work for me at all. I cooked the custard on medium as suggested. I was worried ab..." See moreout that, because I only cook puddings on medium low. I however, wanted to follow the directions. It took longer than suggested to thicken and then by the time it did it started some separation. I thought the pale skin toned color looked kind of unappetizing to. I really like custard ice cream and honestly, couldn't wait to try this. I have made many ice creams over the years in my ice cream maker. I did notice that this had no cream in the mix. I found that to be very odd to for ice cream. I had high hopes either way. The texture was slightly grainy, from the separation, and it never hardened up one bit in the ice cream maker. It was just a cold liquid. I am so dissapointed, as I have to toss it out. I don't know what else to do with it. I would love to hear about others results. I would like to try it again on medium low, like I normally do, but fear wasting more food ingredients."
"The lack of cream in this recipe makes it lower fat but also incredibly fiddly. Gelato should have *some* cream in it, and this doesn't. Because of the lack of cream, it's absolutely essential to us..." See moree whole milk. Even with whole milk, heating the custard even a little bit too quickly will result in curdling, which is what I assume happened to the previous reviewer. All stoves are not the same, and slavishly following the recipe to the letter when you know medium is too hot for custard on your stove is a near guarantee that you'll have a failure. If you can get the heat just right to get this very low fat custard to thicken without curdling, then it's pretty tasty. It took me three tries and a dozen eggs to manage it, though. If you're not an extremely experienced gelato maker, I'd recommend passing this recipe over in favor of one that contains at least a 3:1 ratio of milk to cream."
"For my first time making gelato or any ice cream, i was very happy with this recipe. For the comment previous to me... i don't think you understand that this is a gelato recipe not a ice cream one. Th..." See moree thing i like about gelato is that is lower in fat due to the lack of cream in it. the portions were just right and i've started to experiment with other flavors."
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