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Apple pie ice cream

Apple pie ice cream

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Ingredients

2

 

apples, Jonagold

2

tbsp

clarified butter or neutral oil

100

g

cane sugar

2

tbsp

Calvados

100

g

butter

1

tsp

ground cinnamon

3

dl

whole milk

2

 

cinnamon sticks

4

 

egg yolks

75

g

caster sugar

1

tsp

cornflour

3

dl

unsweetened whipping cream

Preparation method

  • Peel the apples, cut into large pieces and briefly fry in the clarified butter or oil.
  • Add the cane sugar and allow to briefly caramelise without shaking the pan.
  • Now caramelise the apples on all sides, sprinkle with ground cinnamon and deglaze with the Calvados. Reduce until the liquid is slightly syrupy.
  • Add small flakes of butter until you have a lovely caramel.
  • Purée the apple to produce a fine paste consistency.
  • Place the cinnamon sticks in the milk and leave to infuse for half an hour.
  • Mix the sugar with the egg yolks and pour a little of the cinnamon-infused milk on it.
  • Pour the egg yolk/milk mixture into the remaining milk and cook in a bain-marie or thermo blender at a maximum temperature of 85°C.
  • Dissolve the corn starch with a small amount of water and add to the composition. Leave to thicken briefly before quickly cooling the composition in iced water.
  • Stir in the whipping cream and churn the mixture in the ice cream machine or process it in the Frix-Air or Pacojet to produce ice cream.

Serving suggestions

  • Serve in a home-made crunchy cone on top of a bottom layer of finely diced apple infused with Calvados.

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