RECIPE TINE or Synnove Norwegain Goat Cheese Ice cream


TINE or Synnove Norwegian Goat Cheese GUDBRANDSDAL Ost

A well-known and beloved brunost (brown cheese) with long-standing traditions and the most popular of our brunosts. Made from a unique blend of the finest Norwegian cow’s and goat’s milk as well as cow’s cream, it has a rich caramel taste with a slight hint of sharpness. TINE Gudbrandsdalen is well suited for use on bread, crispbread, and waffles. It is also perfect for cooking, for example, in a baked apple.


INGREDIENTS
Sweet rennet whey, pasteurized goat’s milk (144 g in 100 g cheese), cream and pasteurized cow’s milk. pie, muffins, cookies or in an ice cream sauce.



TINE Goat Cheese Ice cream
1 gelatine sheet
250 ml whole milk
300 ml double cream
2 vanilla pods
220 g TINE Gudbrandsdalost, grated
100 g sugar
5 egg yolks

HERE IS HOW YOU DO IT
Leave the gelatine sheet to soften in cold water for about 5-10 minutes. Part the vanilla pods and scrape out the seeds. Put them in a saucepan together with the milk and cream. Heat the contents but do not allow to boil, then take off the heat. Add the grated Brunost to the saucepan and melt it into the cream/milk blend. Leave this to cool to around 60°C. Whisk together the sugar and the egg yolks until fluffy, then add the Brunost blend from the saucepan, gently stirring until mixed. Gently heat, allowing to thicken but not boil and remove from the heat. Press the water out of the gelatine sheet and add to the ice cream mix, stirring gently until dissolved. Place the mix into a large bowl and chill in the fridge, stirring intermittently. Once chilled, freeze the ice cream in an ice cream maker until it reaches about -6°C. Then remove from the machine and place in a tub and into the freezer.



If you do not have an ice cream machine, you can freeze the mix in your freezer. However, it is important to regularly remove it from the freezer and stir well, to avoid ice crystals forming. Leave to stand in the fridge for 30 minutes before serving.






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