How do homemade ice cream makers work?
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An ice cream maker has to simultaneously freeze the mixture while churning it so as to aerate the mixture and keep the ice crystals small (less than 50 μm). As a result, most ice creams are ready to consume immediately. However, those containing alcohol must often be chilled further to attain a firm consistency.
Generally, used at homes, electric ice cream maker works on the simple principle of churning the ice cream ingredients until they thicken and turn into creamy ice cream… Thus, the ice cream mixture has to continuously stirred and aerated to produce a smooth and soft ice cream.
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In under 30 minutes, with a standard ice cream maker (approximately $30) you can quickly make your own homemade ice cream! You simply mix up your recipe: usually a base of cream, milk, sugar and whatever flavorings you prefer and pour into the appropriate bowl for your ice cream maker. The bowl will fit into the ice cream maker, which will then begin to freeze the mixture, all while turning it gently to form the perfect smooth consistency. If you are adding things like candy or fruit and nuts, the best time to do so is during the last 10 minutes.