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Both times that I've made the ice cream, I haven't been able to turn the handle, after pouring in the custard.

The bowl was well-frozen. I chilled the custard in an ice-bath. It's as though, the mixture freezes too quickly, resulting in the paddle not moving in the bowl. The handle DID turn, prior to pouring in the liquid. In the end, I churned the mixture, by hand. Do you think I should chill the custard, only to room -temperature?

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SOURCE: how do you make ice cream with the k-tel Quick Chill ice cream maker

K-tel International is in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I also just got the same machine with no manual. I phoned them and they are sending me one in the mail. Just go to their website; go to "contact us" and phone or email them. They were very helpful.

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SOURCE: why doesn't the ice cream freeze?

try chilling all your ingredients first

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