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Saturday, November 18, 2006

Strawberry Yoghurt Ice-Cream



Ingredients:

300 gm. fresh strawberries - blended
100 gm. sugar (sweetness depends on how sweet the strawberries are,cut down sugar if the strawberries are very sweet)
200 gm. Non dairy whipping cream
1 tsp. strawberry emulco
100 gm. strawberry flavoured yoghurt

Method:

(1) Blend strawberries and sugar together until it becomes puree.
(2) Whisk non diary whip cream until thick.
(3) Mix yoghurt with strawberry puree and then fold in whipped cream.
(4) Add in strawberry emulco and mix thoroughly.
(5) Pour into a container and freeze overnight until it's firm.

35 comments:

Amrita said...

thank u for posting!

Mui Lin said...

Hi Aunty,

I love your blog....

Can I replace the whipping cream with milk ?

Thanks

yochana said...

Hi Mui Lin,

If you replace the whipping cream with milk, your ice cream will not be fluffy and creamy but it will be more icy.

rgds

sexy shreya said...

I cannot wait to make this...

But what is emulco?

P.S: I LOVE your blog and the recipies.....

yochana said...

hi shreya,

strawberry emulco is strawbery paste

rgds

Jessica said...

Hi Aunty,

Would like to ask you if where I can get the strawberry emulco. Is it available @ Phoon Huat or any places? Thanks

Have a great day!

Jess

yochana said...

Hi Jess,

Strawberry emulco is easily available....NTUC, Phoon Huat, Sun Lik , Giant Hypermart...

Sometimes it's written as strawberry paste.

rgds

Anonymous said...

aunty, can i sub the strawberry with mango? and what's the amount?

TQ

yochana said...

Hi anonymous.

yes you can sub with mangoes with the same amount.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

Will it be ok for me to mash the strawberry n add sugar in it instead of blending it... Coz i dnt hv a blender.. :)

Thanks...

EO

Aunty Yochana said...

hi EO,

just use a fork to mash the strawberries. You don't need a blender at all. Yes you can mix in the mixer too.

rgds

. brenda . said...

Hello Aunty Yochana,

I am in love with your blog! So glad I found you and can expand on baking with my current food blog for babies :)

Keep whetting our appetities please..

Aunty Yochana said...

Oh thanks Brenda,

Keep browsing and keep your passion going.

rgds

Anonymous said...

hi aunty,

i love your blog, staring at all of the stuff you post up makes me hungry and want to cook =]

for this ice cream recipe, im wondering if i can leave out the emulco since i dont have any, and have no idea where to get it here, thank you for your reply!

Aunty Yochana said...

hi anonymous

yes you can leave out the emulco..

rgds

eSummer said...

Hello Aunty Yochana,
Your ice cream dessert looks appealing!
My attempt for this recipe didnt turn out well..not as smooth texture as yours. So disappointed..sighz ;(
I couldnt find the non dairy whipping cream in neighbourhood supermarkt. So I bought the brand called "Emborc UHT whipping cream" instead. It forms curdles when whisked. Could it be the wrong type of cream used?
Where could I buy the non dairy type whipping cream & what brand is recommended?
Thanks.

eSummer said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,
Your ice cream dessert looks appealing!
But my attempt for this recipe didn't turn out well. I couldnt find any nondairy whipping cream in my neighbourhood supermkt. So I bought the brand called "Emborc UHT whipping cream" instead. THe cream forms curdles when whisked. Could be the wrong type of cream used or I whisk too much?
Also kindly advise on where to buy the nondairy whip cream & what is a good brand to recommend?
Thank you.

Aunty Yochana said...

HI esummer

you can use Rich whipping cream. the cream you used contains 35 to 36% fat so whisking the creams takes some care. You must not over whisk it, separating them.

rgds

eSummer said...

I see..no wonder. Hmm never hear of RICH brand before. Where can I purchase from?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi esummer.

Besides Rich, you can use "Pour N whip" and "Vlue Pride" too.

rgds

eSummer said...

Tks for the advise, teacher Yochana!! It muz be blessed to have a talented mum like u..coz yr kids will get to taste lots of nice goodies everyday ;P..drool

Kristy said...

Dear Aunty Yochana,

I tried this yesterday morning. The outcome wasn't really the same as yours. :( The ice cream was icey (like when you bite it it feels like eating crushed ices).

You wrote about whipping the cream till thick. I don't really know what you mean by "thick", is it like stiff or soft peak? I have whipped to slightly stiff peak using REDMAN Whipping Top Cream.

Lastly the blending of the strawberries is it blend till mushy (like you can see bits and pieces) or like almost liquid? I'm using a mixer on low speed to do that and it turns out quite watery

I hope you can help me with these 2 areas and enlighten me :)

THANKS!
Kristy

Leen said...

Hi aunty,
Thought of preparing this ahead for my kid's party. How many days can we keep in the freezer? Thank you!

Girl said...

Hi, can I substitute whipped cream with whipped evaporated milk instead? I know that whipped evaporated milk cannot hold for long but if it is used in your recipe, will it collapse too?

Anonymous said...

Dear Yochana


I bought one 1L of non dairy whipping cream to do this Strawberry yoghurt ice cream but I left alot of non dairy whipping cream and don't know what else I can make with..

U got any ideal what else of your recipe I can use this non dairy whipping cream?


Aili

Anonymous said...

Hi


Pls advice me what to do with the balance non whipping cream.


Aili

Anonymous said...

Dear Yochana


Why no reply from you?


Aili

udit said...

hay, friends .. thanks for sharing the recipe .. seemed to taste good and refreshing, perfect to be eaten while hot day ..

ratu said...

how to make it at home? What is difficult?

kzi said...

thanks,, i like it..

unni said...

wow..
this is great post!!
thanks for that.

yammy said...

hello aunty,we only need to freeze the mixture overnight?in between like after freeze 3,4hr,we dont have to whisk it again?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi

no need to whisk again.

rgds

chicka said...

Hi Aunt Yochana,
How can I make this low fat? Can i use the low-fat whipping cream? Will that work?
or just use regular milk??
Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Hihi, aunt yochana,

Can this recipe (exclude the yoghurt) be used as frosting on sponge cakes?