Wednesday

Simple Japanese Red Bean Ice Cream Recipe

I haven't posted many Japanese Ice Cream recipes so I am starting to from now.
This ice cream recipe is really good - Japanese Red Bean Ice Cream. I have made Red Bean (azuki) ice cream before but it was a big effort to make, this ice cream recipe is very simple. So here you go a very simple Red Bean Ice Cream to make and enjoy at home. Double Yum :)

Ingredients
1/2 cup sugar
3 egg yolks
1 cup milk
1 1/2 cups sweetened red bean paste
1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream

Method
1) Beat sugar and egg yolks in a large bowl until it's pale and yellow then set aside.
2) Bring the milk to a boil in a heavy saucepan and then turn off heat.
3) Slowly whisk hot milk into the yolk and sugar mixture. Pour the entire mixture back into the heavy saucepan.
4) Put the saucepan on a very low heat and stir constantly, till it thickens. Do not let it boil! (You are basically making a custard here)
5) Take the mixture off the heat and whisk in the red bean paste really well. Strain the whole mixture into a large bowl to remove lumps.
6) Let it cool for a few minutes and then stir in the cream. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
7) Process according to your ice cream maker's instructions.
8) Important step - share with friends and enjoy this great Japanese Ice Cream!
Simple Home Made Japanese Red Bean Azuki Ice Cream Recipe
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4 comments:

PlantBuddy said...

Amazed at the variety of flavours of your ice cream.
Thanks for visiting. Don't know the name of the tomatoes in the photo.
Is there a green tomatoe ice cream?

Japanese Ice Cream Recipes said...

Thanks for the comment PlantBuddy.
I don't think there is a green tomato ice cream but I will look for one - maybe just a recipe. Not sure how Japanese it is but that doesn't matter does it?

Anonymous said...

Maybe it was green tea ice cream plant buddy was seeing/reading.

Anonymous said...

when do you add the whipping cream in the recipe??