Recipe & Video Chilli Chocolate and Orange Kulfi

murphyscreek

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This is definitely one for an adult palate....i.e. not for sweet tooths!! Hahaha...

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Recipe

Ingredients

3 cups full cream milk
1 cup thick pouring cream
1/4 cup full cream milk powder
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp chilli powder
50 gms 85% dark chocolate
1 tsp vanilla essence
Zest of 1 orange

Method
Bring liquid milk, cream, and powdered milk to simmer for 10 mins stirring frequently. Add sugar and chilli, and keep simmering/stirring for another 10 mins or so, or mixture has reduce to 1/3. Remove from heat, and stir in chocolate, vanilla, and orange zest, then allow to cool a little more. Pour mixture into kulfi moulds, or any substitute (I used cheap kids ice block makers), but also in to a suitable container for freezing as an alternative. Place in freezer at least 8 hours or overnight. If kulfi is in molds, decant by warming in molds in boiling water for a few seconds. Or scoop out kulfi from your container in to cones. You may need to let frozen kulfi mixture defrost for a few minutes first.





View: https://youtu.be/0qS6FJKJhwk
 
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The Late Night Gourmet

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Very pretty! I like how you zoomed in close enough that we can see the flecks of orange zest.

This is also a great setup for another YouTube video: one where you give the ice cream cone to someone without telling them what it tastes like, and then record their reaction. I can see facial expressions going from excitement (thinking it's a sweet thing) to surprise (when the realization hits about the spicy element) and back to enjoyment (when your palate adjusts to the complexity of the flavor).
 

caseydog

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I'm not sure about the dairy terms.

Full cream milk... basically "whole milk" in the US?

Pouring cream... heavy cream?

I have no idea what full cream milk powder is.

CD :scratchhead:
 

medtran49

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I'm not sure about the dairy terms.

Full cream milk... basically "whole milk" in the US?

Pouring cream... heavy cream?

I have no idea what full cream milk powder is.

CD :scratchhead:
If "full cream" means whole milk, i.e. not skim, 2%, light or heavy cream, then I would imagine it means whole milk powder, which is sold in the same area as evaporated and SWC milk in the grocery. I keep a bag in the freezer because 1 of the breads I make uses whole milk powder instead of liquid milk. It was originally a bread machine recipe so I'm sure that's why, no spoilage risk at room temp while standing for hours.
 

murphyscreek

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I'm not sure about the dairy terms.

Full cream milk... basically "whole milk" in the US?

Pouring cream... heavy cream?

I have no idea what full cream milk powder is.

CD :scratchhead:
Yeah, I just mean not fat reduced or skim milk.
 
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