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Tweet Brown Bread Ice Cream
Ice Cream made with the addition of wholemeal breadcrumbs.
Original Receipt in Nutt 1789;
No. 133. Brown Bread Ice Cream.
Do the same with a pint of cream as in the plain ice cream, only when you have frozen it, rasp two handfuls of brown bread and put it in before you put it into your moulds.
Original Receipt in 'The Royal English and Foreign Confectioner' (1862) by Charles Elme Francatelli
No. 732.- Brown Bread Cream Ice.
Ingredients: li pint of double cream whipped, 12 oz. of sifted sugar, 8 oz. of dried brown bread crumbs, a gill of any kind of liqueur, and the rind of 2 lemons or oranges rubbed on sugar.
Mix and freeze the ice.
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