Gooseberry Ice Cream

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Unique flavored creamy delicious Ice Cream to beat the summer heat. Bring it on Summer!

Gooseberry Ice Cream

Hello folks, it’s been a while! If you were wondering what happened to me, let me tell you, I have been busy at home front. Renovation work is going on and home is a mess right now. Things have been scattered all around, in spite of cleaning every day, there is dust all over the place and I have been running behind the labor workers all day! And all this is keeping me inside the house and busy all day long. And right now it’s hard to find time to do anything that I want to do! All I’m hoping is, this renovation work to complete fast and I can have a home that is clean, dust free and no labor workers walking all over the house all day. Man I miss my “me time” when no one is at home and I can just do whatever I wish to do :D

A few months back before the renovation work started, we were at friends place having some good time. Sitting in living area we started discussing things, a lot of things in fact. About ones interest, about philosophy, about society…And suddenly during the discussion that I and Ka was having, he asked me a question. I heard the question but what made my eyebrows raise is “gooseberry ice cream”. It did not bother to answer his question right way, all I was thinking at that moment was, “wow, gooseberry ice cream uh!” I instantly told him “I’m making some gooseberry ice cream” instead of answering to his question: P. He knows how crazy I am when it comes to food! Sometimes delicious foods are made by accidents, according to me this recipe is one of them.

Gooseberry

Anyways I have been meaning to post an ice cream recipe for a very long time now, and so many reasons have kept me away from doing it. First, I could not find fresh gooseberries in my area. When I went to drop off kiddos in brother’s place as mom was staying there for few days, I noticed the market lanes had loads and loads of fresh gooseberries on carts. I was so excited seeing them; my first job was to buy them soon I dropped the kids off. And the next day these fresh gooseberries were turned to ice cream. But I could not shoot them cause of the frequent power cuts we have been having throughout this summer. Getting time to shoot amidst all the work happening at home was a challenge, and when I did get few minutes to shoot, the power was off, and the ice cream had melted. So I kept pending it for a couple of days. Finally I decided to shoot one day when power was on and the workers were still running all over the house. Sometimes you just have to do what you have to do, no matter how hard the situation is that is trying to stop you from doing it! And I took literally 3 minutes 52 seconds to complete the shoot and another 2 minutes and 38 seconds to clean up! Yup that is exactly the time it took, how I know? I timed it! :D

Gooseberry Ice Cream

This recipe is simple and all you need is a handful of ingredients which I bet you already have in your pantry except for fresh gooseberries. If you don’t get fresh gooseberries in your world, use the canned ones. The result is yummy, creamy, subtle flavored ice cream, which when you serve to your guests would leave them guessing. The gooseberry flavor is subtle and we want to suppress the sour taste with sugar. Try the recipe you will LOVE it!

Gooseberry Ice Cream

Ice Cream styling is inspired from savorysimple

Ingredients

½ kilo gooseberries

250 grams caster sugar

200 ml double cream

2 egg yolks

80 ml milk

 

Method

  1. Chop the gooseberries into smaller pieces. Discard the seeds. In a heavy bottomed pan add gooseberries, 60 grams sugar and 3 tablespoon of water. Bring to boil with constant stirring and then simmer and cook until gooseberries soften. Remove from pan and pass it through sieve. Mash well with back of spoon. Leave the smoothened gooseberry puree to cool and then cover and chill it in fridge. Gooseberry Ice Cream
  2. In another heavy pan add milk and 100 ml cream. Heat it until it’s just about to boil, do not boil it. Turn off flame. Whisk egg yolk and remaining sugar until creamy. Pour the milk-cream hot mixture over the whisked yolk slowly and continue to whisk. Transfer this mix back on stove and keep stirring. Cook till the mix turns think. Remove from flame and pass this through sieve. Let it cool. And then add the chilled gooseberry puree to the custard mix and whisk again. Cover and chill.
  3. Now whisk the remaining double cream until soft peaks are formed. Add the gooseberry custard mix and fold in gently until well combined. DO not over beat it.
  4. Transfer to freezer friendly bowl, cover it tight and freeze for minimum 4 hours. Remove the ice cream from freezer after it is set and whisk, transfer back to the bowl, cover and freeze. Repeat this 2 to 3 times to get creamier, smooth ice cream.
  5. Just before serving scoop out into serving bowls and serve. If you prefer you can add any topping, like chocolate syrup or shavings, nuts, sprinkles.

And if you are looking for some more amazing Ice Cream recipes, then here are few of my favorites. Thanks to all my blogger friends for sharing their wonderful recipes with us!

1. Toddy Palm Seeds Ice Cream

Courtesy Jyothi Rajesh from CurryTrail

Toddy Palm Ice Cream

2. THAI COCONUT ICE-CREAM

Courtesy Rekha Vengalil  from foodoliciouspictured

Thai Coconut Ice Cream

3. Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

Courtesy Sowmya Sundararajan from tumastonguetreats

Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

4. Honey Buttermilk Ice Cream

Courtesy Rafeeda from thebigsweettooth

Honey Buttermilk Ice Cream

5. Apple Cinnamon Ice Cream

Courtesy Priya Suresh from priyaeasyntastyrecipes

eggless apple icecream,apple cinnamon icecream

 

6. Blueberry Banana Chocolate Ice Cream

Courtesy Priya Srinivasan from icampinmykitchen

DSC_0341

 

7. Mango Kulfi

Courtesy Divya from divyasculinaryjourney

Mango Kulfi G1

 

 

8.  Eggless Cherry Ice Cream

Courtesy Eliza Lincy from lincyscookart

Cherry Ice Cream

 

9. Strawberry Rose Kulfi

Courtesy Sonal Gupta from simplyvegetarian777

Recipe  –

http://simplyvegetarian777.com/strawberry-and-rose-kulfi/

10. Fig Ice Cream

Courtesy Binjal Pandey from binjalsvegkitchen

Fig-Ice-Cream-L2

 

11. Coffee Ice Cream

Courtesy Anjana Bivin from happyandharried

coffee-ice-cream-with-sugar-waffles

 

 

12. Mango Ice Cream

Courtesy Shibani Hota from goldenspices

Recipe – http://goldenspices.co.in/mango-icecream-with-milk/

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27 Responses

  1. Sowmya says:

    Ice cream with Gooseberries!!!!!!!!!! Bookmarked right away and thanks much for the mention Jyoti. Any suggestion on what I can substitute for eggs?

    • jyothirajesh says:

      Thanks Sowmya.
      For eggless option make a eggless custard using cornflour and follow the rest of the recipe

  2. That is indeed a beautiful collection of ICe creams.. My eye brows did go up when I read Gooseberry Ice cream..
    And look at your precise timings.. for the shoot :)))

    • jyothirajesh says:

      Thanks dear. Oh yes the timing was a big challenge, and even though I managed to shoot it 2 minutes, look how much the ice cream melted! God the heat here is unbelievable

  3. Very interesting and unique flavour of Ice cream! I love gooseberry but never thought of ice cream with it.. Looks so delicious!
    You have shared a great collection of yummy recipes! Thanks for including my mango kulfi too! :)

    • jyothirajesh says:

      At first I was skeptical how the flavor will turn out, but I was amazed how delicious gooseberry ice cream is. Do give it a try :D and Thanks for sharing your recipe with us

  4. Ah jyothi, awesome! ! Gooseberry icecream, this is exotic ! I m going to make some icecream for the weekend now!! Thanks for including my post too!!

    • jyothirajesh says:

      Thanks for sharing your recipe with us Priya, do try this gooseberry ice cream, and tell us how you like it :D

  5. Meena Kumar says:

    Ahha that brings goosebumps :D gooseberry ice cream !! I would have never guessed that :)
    Wow u can work in seconds oblivious of workers all over the place ..love ur blogger spirit girl !

    • jyothirajesh says:

      hehehe thanks Meena, I loved this gooseberry ice cream I remember making toddy palm ice cream same time last year and I loved working on it too. Making unique flavors that turn delicious is such a joy.
      Oh btw, I cant work in seconds dear, maybe minutes I can ;) :P
      Thanks for your appreciation, I have been meaning to post this recipe long back, I could not delay it anymore, so worked quickly this time :)

  6. Women’s need at least half an hour of me time every day is what i feel. Gooseberry ice cream is such an innovative idea jyothi. Glad it turned out to be so yummy.You know what i mean.

  7. Beautiful presentation..Really tempting me…

  8. shibani says:

    What an awesome recipe.bookmarked …love the icecream round up ve done …lovely collections..and thanks for including mine…i am really honoured

  9. shibani says:

    What an awesome recipe.bookmarked …love the icecream round up ve done …lovely collections..and thanks for including mine…i am really honoured

  10. shibani says:

    What an awesome recipe.bookmarked …love the icecream round up ve done …lovely collections..and thanks for including mine…i am really honoured

  11. Anusha says:

    This is a new level of ice cream making. Brilliant!

  12. I am big ice cream person! but I never guessed ice cream with gooseberry ! Amazing.. Beautiful and tempting presentation

  13. superb recipe !Amla ice cream looks awesome! pics looks so inviting :) thanks for include my recipe dear!

  14. shailaja says:

    This is absolutely new to me…. gorgeous clicks….will definetely try soon

  1. June 2, 2016

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