KITCHENAID FREEZER - DRAWER FREEZER UNDER COUNTER.
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- A refrigerated compartment, cabinet, or room for preserving food at very low temperatures
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- A device for making frozen desserts such as ice cream or sherbet
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Need some recipes for your ice cream maker? How about watermelon sorbet and frozen Greek yogurt?? I know I already did a passage on watermelons, but I gotta say, watermelon sorbet is splendid!! It's fresh, refreshing, and perfect for summer.
I love my ice cream maker, which is simply an attachment to my Kitchenaid mixer. Best.Investment.Ever (well, next to the DSLR).
5 cups of watermelon, cut up
1 cup simple syrup*
Puree the watermelon in a blender with about 1/4 cup of water. Chill in the fridge for an hour. Combine the puree and the simple syrup, preferably into a container with a spout. Pour into your ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer's instructions. I like to freeze the sorbet for about an hour before enjoying. It makes it more firm and not so liquidy since watermelon has so much water. You can replace the watermelon with virtually any fruit. Cantelope is also a BIG WINNER in the sorbet department. Ooooh I'm thinking lychee is next!!
2 cups of water
2 cups of sugar
Boil the water and sugar. It takes about 8 minutes. Place it in an ice water bath to cool it off, then put it in the fridge to chill. You can use it for other things, like LEMONADE!!
Here's my favorite. It's great for breakfast and dessert!
3 cups Greek yogurt (I prefer Fage - the thicker, the better!)
3/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp honey
Combine all the ingredients. Chill in the fridge for an hour. Pour into your ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer's instructions. I like to firm it in the freezer for an hour before enjoying. The sugar, vanilla, & honey combination is all to taste - I've made it with only honey, or with sugar and vanilla, whatever floats your boat, but I've been told all 3 yields the best flavor - tart yet sweet but not too sweet. While you are waiting for the yogurt to chill and freeze, you can prepare any toppings you like, just like any yogurt bar - chopped fruits, granola, cereal, candy, etc. (I like mangos, blueberries (a superfruit!!), watermelon, pineapples and granola with some honey drizzled on top!!).
Zummy!! I <3 summer!!
Ground Veal Heart
After cubing up the local pasture raised veal hearts I acquired at Whole Foods, I ground them up with my trusty KitchenAid attachment. Then I portioned out 1/4 lb packages and put them in the freezer. They are destined to be added in to any dish that calls for ground meat as an extra nutritional boost.
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