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Use this to make our Neopolitan Ice Cream Cake.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2006
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  • James Malenfant
    15 JAN, 2015
    I made the recipe, but I used one cup of half and half, and 3 cups of milk. It turns out much better, and works in the ice cream maker beautifully. However, all the recipes make too much for just one run of the ice cream maker. You need to run 2 churns. So, I went to Goodwill, and looked for an ice cream maker just like mine, for the extra bowl. I bought the entire unit for $7, and now have 2 units. It works great. You can also get extra bowls for the ice cream maker on Ebay for $20.
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  • James Malenfant
    15 JAN, 2015
    I made the recipe, but I used one cup of half and half, and 3 cups of milk. It turns out much better, and works in the ice cream maker beautifully. However, all the recipes make too much for just one run of the ice cream maker. You need to run 2 churns. So, I went to Goodwill, and looked for an ice cream maker just like mine, for the extra bowl. I bought the entire unit for $7, and now have 2 units. It works great. You can also get extra bowls for the ice cream maker on Ebay for $20.
    Reply
  • James Malenfant
    15 JAN, 2015
    I made the recipe, but I used one cup of half and half, and 3 cups of milk. It turns out much better, and works in the ice cream maker beautifully. However, all the recipes make too much for just one run of the ice cream maker. You need to run 2 churns. So, I went to Goodwill, and looked for an ice cream maker just like mine, for the extra bowl. I bought the entire unit for $7, and now have 2 units. It works great. You can also get extra bowls for the ice cream maker on Ebay for $20.
    Reply
  • jackie67
    19 JUL, 2012
    This sounds really good. In response to Ibuser's comment about adding the egg mixture, after tempering with the two ladels you're supposed to put the egg mixture back into the saucepan with the remaining milk and proceed as directed.
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  • MS10234696
    19 JUL, 2012
    This recipe needs a little adjustment. If followed exactly you will only be using 2 of the 4-1/2 cups of cream mixture. I suspect you should be adding it one cup "at a time" until it is all encorporated. I would like it with just a bit more salt, to add that salty sweet texture, but that is what makes homemade ice cream fun. You get to change it up as often as you like.
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  • emhutton
    4 JUL, 2011
    Awesome and easy to make!!!
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