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    Dark goat’s cheese ice cream with dulce de leche, nuts and berries

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    This recipe makes about 1 liter of ice cream

    PREPARATION:

     
    • 1

      Put the egg yolks into a bowl that is large enough to accommodate all the ingredients. Place the milk, cream, sugar and dark goats’ cheese in a pan. Place over a medium heat and whisk until the goats’ cheese has disintegrated and the mixture reaches a temperature of around 170 Fahrenheit (75 Celsius).

    • 2

      Whisk the warm mixture into the eggs. Pour everything back into the pan, return to the heat and stir continuously until the mixture thickens. Check the consistency by dipping a spoon into the mixture and then running a finger over the back of the spoon until a stripe is formed in the sauce. Whisk in the quark.

    • 3

      Sieve the mixture through a metal sieve and cool. Place in an ice maker or put the mixture in a bowl in the freezer. Remove it and stir every 20 minutes until it acquires the right consistency.

    • 4

      Serve the ice cream with dulce de leche, nuts and berries.

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  • This recipe makes about 1 liter of ice cream

    PREPARATION:

     
    • 1

      Put the egg yolks into a bowl that is large enough to accommodate all the ingredients. Place the milk, cream, sugar and dark goats’ cheese in a pan. Place over a medium heat and whisk until the goats’ cheese has disintegrated and the mixture reaches a temperature of around 170 Fahrenheit (75 Celsius).

    • 2

      Whisk the warm mixture into the eggs. Pour everything back into the pan, return to the heat and stir continuously until the mixture thickens. Check the consistency by dipping a spoon into the mixture and then running a finger over the back of the spoon until a stripe is formed in the sauce. Whisk in the quark.

    • 3

      Sieve the mixture through a metal sieve and cool. Place in an ice maker or put the mixture in a bowl in the freezer. Remove it and stir every 20 minutes until it acquires the right consistency.

    • 4

      Serve the ice cream with dulce de leche, nuts and berries.

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