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Vanilla is a very common and still in used, every age people love this flavor. It can be served simply during daytime or with topping on night time. It is also not too heavy for eating and good for desert. http://mental.net.in/ One can also add some fruits like strawberry, blueberry etc., to make it extra rich in flavor.
First of all, you MUST use food grade lubrication because it is not hazardous and wont be detected. Second is that it wont damage any seals on the machine like a petroleum based solvent would. Third is seals around the shaft are leaking.
It will be difficult to eat it in a frozen state. However, if you place it in the refrigerator for 24 hours it will likely thaw out. If you then find its taste and consistency to your liking there is no reason why it cannot be consumed. Most people would tend to throw it out, as it loses some of its consistency.
You need a good simple recipe. So here is one. (This is an unpasteurized recipe unless you boil the blended strawberries, wash the berries very well if you don't)
1 lb fresh strawberries (ripe is better) 3/4 cup sugar (most folks double this but i prefer the taste of strawberry) 3/4 cup whipping creme 2 1/4 cups milk (2%) 1 tsp lemon juice
Liquefy the strawberries in your blender. (Boil now if pasteurizing) and add the rest of the ingredients and blend. You now have enough Ice cream mix for two partial batches. Divide mix in two equal portions. You should have enough to fill machines bucket 1/2 - 2/3 full. IMPORTANT Do NOT have more or less in the bucket as the machine screws up with more or less of any mix. Insert Paddle and put noisy grey power arm on top. Add a 2 inch thick hardcover novel on top of arm above bucket. Add a heavy Soup can on top of this book (I recommend Habitant French Canadian Pea Soup 28 fl oz size).
Set timer to 40 minutes. Leave room as it is a noisy little beast machine.
Come back and check just before it is done. If still too liquid add 5 minutes to timer.
Empty into bowl and add 2nd half of mix to bucket. Clean the dimple on bottom of mixer paddle before putting back in bucket. This batch should take 5 minutes less as compressor is already cold.
The book and Soup can are essential to keep the silly beasts power arm from lifting up too early.
Put the condensed milk in a bowl and stir in the espresso powder and liqueur. In a separate bowl, whisk the cream until it reaches soft peaks. Fold the cream into the condensed milk mixture, then pour this gorgeous caffe latte-colored airy mixture into an airtight container and freeze for 6 hours or overnight. Serve straight from the freezer.
This is the best procedure to make a coffee ice cream.
Choose your fruit or even blend more than one kind of fruit.
As a general rule, it is best to use juicy, pulpy fruit, such as
watermelon, mango or strawberries; however, you can add a splash of
orange juice or even throw in banana for extra cream. Blend your
selected fruits well in a blender.
For every 2 or 3 cups of blended fruit, add 1 Tbsp.
of vodka and 2 Tbsp. of lemon juice. If you are serving sorbet to children
or cannot consume even these small amounts of vodka, simply replace
with lemon juice; however, know that you will not be able to taste or
feel the effects of vodka in your finished product.
sugar into the mix; however, add just a spoonful at a time, tasting
until you reach your desired level of sweetness. As an alternative to
sugar, you can use honey or even agave nectar.
your mixed sorbet in an ice cream maker to freeze for the creamiest
results. If you do not have an ice cream maker, simply place your
sorbet in the freezer for a few hours; however, sorbet will be a bit
harder in texture but just as tasty if frozen in the freezer.
I would unplug the coffee maker for one hour to fully reset it. When you plug it back in, set the dial for auto-off and program the auto-off time for "4:00" (4 Hrs). If it still doesn't work, the problem is electrical - if you purchased it within 3 years, it has a 3-year warranty. I don't have your exact model # of coffee maker, so these are general directions.
The stay fresh lid is just for use in the freezer. It keeps the cannister fresh. I store my ice cream or whats left of it in another container. I don't think you would have to get a replacement. Maybe you could store the cannister in a large Ziploc bag or something similar. Hope this helps!