Raspberry Ice Cream

Crystallized edible flowers, such as pansies and rose petals, or small fruits, such as grapes and berries, make lovely garnishes for ice cream. To make enough garnishes for 6 to 8 servings, lightly beat a large egg white and have 1 1/2 cups superfine (caster) sugar on hand. Dip the flowers or fruit in the egg white or brush it on with a small pastry brush. Let the excess run off and generously dust with the sugar. Set on racks to dry for at least 6 hours or up to overnight. Note that these garnishes contain uncooked egg whites.
Average Customer Rating:
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Review 1 for Raspberry Ice Cream
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5 out of 5
samantha1988
July 7, 2013
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Great with Chocolate Cake
July 7, 2013
I have made this ice cream many times and it has always tasted delicious, no editing required. I have read that one reviewer found the raspberry flavor overwhelming, but I absolutely disagree.
Pros: Easy, Will Make Again
Review 2 for Raspberry Ice Cream
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1 out of 5
Nabeela
,San Jose
,Ca
California
July 6, 2012
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? No
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Not Good Use of Raspberries
July 6, 2012
I'm sorry but this recipe does not work because the ice cream has an overwhelming bad raspberry taste. Don't get me wrong, I like raspberries but the amount used here just does not work for ice cream. I had to add chocolate sauce and some crushed nutty jumbles(recipe from here too) and the ice cream is just barely palatable.
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Nabeela
California
Posted January 2, 2013
Raspberry quantity
I would use way less. I would probably also steep a vanilla bean in the cream mixture. Add shards of chocolate once the ice cream is churned. It goes well with raspberry.
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RookieCookie
Belmont Heights, Long Beach, Ca
Posted January 1, 2013
More or Less?
Hi,
Just wondering if you thought there was too much raspberry or not enough? How would you alter the recipe?
Thanks :-)
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