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Espresso and Baileys Ice Cream

FEB 20 @ 15:53

by michael_toa

When I saw Nigella makes her espresso ice-cream in Nigellissima, I knew that I have to make it.  Problem is I can find neither instant espresso powder nor espresso liqueur where I am in Medan.  I've been to all the major supermarkets and I found no luck.  Luckily, a great friend of mine, Merlyn was visiting Indonesia for Chinese New Year and I asked her to get me a jar of instant espresso powder. 

The parcel arrived on the weekend and wasting no time, I immediately got on to making the ice-cream.  This is a very easy ice-cream to make.  I mean like embarrassingly easy.  There's no need to make a custard, because the base for the ice cream is made of sweetened condensed milk.  You just need to whip all the ingredients to a soft peak and freeze it.  And churning is not at all required.  Easy.

Instead of espresso liqueur, I used Baileys which I love and it adds to the creaminess.   Other coffee liqueurs like Tia Maria or Kahlua or even dark rum would be delicious too I'm sure.  And not that it needs it, but I sprinkled my ice-cream with some crushed coffee biscuits as seen on the picture.

Espresso and Baileys Ice Cream
Recipe inspired by Nigella's One-Step No-Churn Coffee Ice Cream

1 can (385 gr) sweetened condensed milk
4 tablespoons instant espresso powder
500 ml double cream
50 ml Baileys

If using a free standing mixer, this is just so easy. Put all the ingredients into the mixer bowl and whisk until soft peaks form. Put in an airtight container and freeze.  You can make this ice-cream early in the morning and it'll be ready in the evening; or make it later in the evening, freezing it overnight and have it for breakfast smile

Find more recipes on my other blog Me, My Food and I at www.michaeltoa.blogspot.com

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