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søndag den 31. marts 2013

Copenhagen On A Stick - Vanilla Ice Cream and Pineapple Sorbet!

Well Well, this dessert is known in Denmark as "Københavnerstang" but I will call it "Copenhagen on a stick". It's almost summer, so I thought: "Why not do something similar to a Copenhagen on a stick?" I have already made ​​pineapple sorbet and vanilla ice cream on the blog, and it's the only two things to use! So go ahead! It was super delicious! And it reminds you of the summer, YUM!

Recipe Vanilla Ice Cream:
2 cups cream
1 cup milk
1 vanilla stick
½ tsp vanilla sugar
130 g sugar
3 eggs

Get the vanilla grains out, and put them in a pot with the 2 half sticks. Mix milk, cream, sugar, eggs and vanilla sugar in. Warm the mixture up. Whisk while, and all the time, otherwise there will be lumps at the bottom. The mixture must NOT boil, then you destroy it. keep it constantly on medium heat. The mixture begins to thicken, you can see it if you pause with the whipping, then you can see that the vanilla grains quickly stops spinning. It should have a little longer, as it will be a bit thicker. The ice cream should be about 85 degrees C, then it is ready. Pour into another bowl through a sieve, or put the pot in some ice, so the ice cream can cool down. Put in the freezer 4-8 hours, then you will have a super delicious ice cream!

Recipe Pineapple Sorbet:
2 cups sugar
1 cup water
1 liter of pineapple juice

You may add 2-4 teaspoons lemon juice to get it more fresh!

Heat the sugar and water in a saucepan until it begins to boil. Let then the thin syrup cool down in the fridge for 2-4 hours and then mix with the juice. Put the mixture into some boxes and in the freezer for 6-8 hours. Then you have a nice fresh pineapple sorbet!

And finally take a good portion of them both. Then there is a delicious summer dessert that tastes of Copenhagen on a stick! Delicious!

Bon Appetite!

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2 kommentarer:

  1. Wow, looks refreshing and delicious! Hopefully here in the south of the United States we will get some heat finally so I can give this one a try. :)

    1. Thank you! :-) Although it is cold in Denmark right now (about 3 degrees C), I can always eat ice cream! but I hope you like the recipe for the summer! :-)