Vanilla ice cream cooked Sous Vide and using a high powered blender.
Cream 300.0 g (29,5 %)
Milk 400.0 g (39,4 %)
Skim milk powder 25.0 g (2,5 %)
Sucrose 150.0 g (14,8 %)
Glucose syrup 50.0 g (4,9 %)
Egg yolk 90.0 g (8,9 %)
Stabilizer 1.0 g (0,1 %) (Optional)
1 Vanilla pod 1.0g (0.1%)
Makes 1017.0 g
POD 181 (relative sweetness)
Freezing point -2.7C
Start by adding all dry ingredients (sugar, dry milk and stabilizer) to a bowl and mix well.
Pour milk, cream and glucose in a high power blender like Vitamix. I use Bosch VitaBoost.
Split the vanilla pod and scrape out the seeds and add seeds to blender.
Start blending on low speed and slowly add the dry ingredients.
Then run the blender on max for one minute.
Prepare the egg yolks and add them to the blender and run for a short time to incorporate.
Pour the mix into a Zip-Lock bag. Add some weights to the bag and add the split vanilla pod.
Add bag to Sous Vide at 75C (167F) and cook for 1 hour. (Edit…this might be a little low, next time I will try 80C for 1 hour)
Remove weights and the vanilla pod and pour back in the blender and blend on max for one minute.
Pour back in bag and place in ice water to cool down. I usually just put the bag in cold water for 15 minutes.
Place bag in fridge to age overnight or at least four hours.
Run the mix in your ice cream machine. I usually put the mix in the blender again just before churning or use a hand held mixer.
Churn the mix. (You may not reach -10C (14F) depending on the machine you use.)
Done! Transfer the ice cream to a pre chilled container and put in freezer.