Test: KitchenAid ice cream maker accessory

Test: KitchenAid ice cream maker accessory

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I am the proud owner of a KitchenAid Artisan robot: as soon as I return to my kitchen, a smile appears on my face because I can only see him and I can ignore all the ambient disorder that reigns around. Objectively, it is expensive to make pancake batter. And since I am neither an experienced pastry cook, nor a seasoned one, my KitchenAid robot takes it easy (it will make a very nice legacy for my daughter). On the other hand, now that I have it, and that I have demanded it by shouting and crying, I have to use it and find it useful (because as a vase, I tried, it doesn't work). 80 euros later, I got the KitchenAid ice cream maker accessory which consists of a bowl and blades to be fixed on the engine outlet.
There are two kinds of ice cream makers: the independent cold one (or ice turbine) which is capable of producing cold itself and the cold accumulator which must be placed in the freezer for ten hours beforehand. The KitchenAid ice cream maker accessory belongs to the second category, so it is necessary to provide the necessary space in your freezer and wait overnight to make your ice cream. For the test to be complete, I chose to make a recipe given by the user manual. As December is not the best known month for sorbet tasting, I opted for a high calorie ice cream. And since I still wanted a little Christmas air (not Jingle Bells either) I selected gingerbread ice cream.

Gingerbread ice cream with Artisan KitchenAid food processor

1. Heat 600 ml milk without boiling. Remove from the heat and add 150 gingerbread into small pieces. 2. Beat with the wire whisk of the robot 100 g of sugar, 1 tablespoon of honey and 6 yolks for 30 seconds on position 4.
3. Heat the milk again until the gingerbread is completely melted while stirring. Then gradually add the mixture of egg yolks, honey and sugar. Do not bring to a boil. Remove the pan from the heat, put everything in a bowl and cover it. 4. Wait eight hours. Fortunately, I started early, otherwise I would have had to wake up at three in the morning to finish this ice cream. So waiting eight hours means going to the market, having lunch, taking care of the little ones, spending your money in a bookstore, telling the children that to taste it there will be gingerbread ice cream. 5. Tell yourself that after six hours you can't take it anymore and take the bowl out of the freezer. 6. When you have understood how to install the blades on the engine outlet (after 15 minutes for me), start the robot on position 1. It is necessary to turn the machine before incorporating the mixture. Which complicates many things because we have little space to pour and, as you can see in the photos below, we put it everywhere.
7. 10 to 15 minutes later, the ice is set. I admit I was a little afraid of noise because in use beater, the robot is far from being silent but with the ice cream maker the noise is really discreet.
The ice is effectively set but the consistency is still too soft. KitchenAid specifies it moreover in its manual and advises for a firmer consistency to place the ice in the freezer for two hours.
After a day thinking about it, the ice is finally ready! And you know the best? It is incredible, creamy and full of flavor. To taste it is a real delight. Now that I have ice cream for 8 people, who wants to taste it? KitchenAid, Artisan ice cream maker accessory, from € 70