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Tuesday, 03 July 2012 22:03
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DurianIce_2This is consider an urgent post as I wish to submit this before end of durian season. Durian lovers like me will definitely feel sad to say bye bye to durian season.

I found a good way to preserve durians by making them to ice cream. By doing so, you can extend your own durian season with more longer period!

I will share durian ice cream recipe here. Durian lovers, quickly grab your favorite durian now!

Ingredients:
250g durian flesh (you can put more)
200ml full cream milk
3 egg yolks
90g castor sugar
250g non dairy whipping cream

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Methods:
1. Blend durian and milk with blender.

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2. Beat egg yolks with sugar until pale.
3. Mix (1) and (2), double boil until sugar has dissolved. Leave mixture to cool completely.
4. Beat whipping cream until stiff. Lightly beat in durian mixture until combined.

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5. Keep into freezer overnight before serve!
6. See you next year!! my lovely durian...

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*Choose heavier taste and darker yellow color durian to make better taste and nicer color ice cream!
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#4 MnY - Yong SH 2013-05-28 22:42
Hi Audrey, I am sorry. I have no idea what can be replaced for whipping cream. I am not expert in making ice cream, so I just follow the recipe step by step. You may look for "no whipping cream ice cream" from google. I just did it and found some recipe, you may try google it and look for the one that suit you? :-)
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#3 Audrey 2013-05-28 09:25
hi,

what can i replace for the whipping cream.
Thank you
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#2 MnY - Yong SH 2012-07-12 16:34
Hi JJ, I took this photo just few hours after I kept in freezer, it became solid on the next day. You can try to replace other fruit too, but I have some other ice cream recipe. I will try it and share it later provided I have the time to make it again. :P
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#1 JJ 2012-07-10 21:36
By its creamy look, my saliva already dripping.... Can we try using same ingredients but replacing durians with some other fruits ?
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