Tamarind Ice Cream
Why Tamarind? Tamarind is a sticky, sour-tasting fruit that grows in large brown pods. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and tartaric acid (a known antioxidant). But most importantly, because it’s DELICIOUS! It has a tangy, citrusy kind of flavor that complements the maple syrup in this recipe perfectly.
This recipe is definitely kid-approved—my 5-year-old tried to eat MY serving.
Tamarind Ice Cream (serves 2)
- 1 c. raw milk or cream
- 1/2 t. tamarind paste (I use THIS one)
- 1/4 t. organic vanilla extract (I use THIS one)
- 3 T. organic maple syrup (I use THIS one)
- 1 pastured or organic egg yolk
- pinch of unrefined salt (I use THIS one)
- Place all ingredients in a mason jar and shake well.
- Prepare according to your ice cream maker’s instructions.
NOTE: Homemade ice creams tend to melt fast, so start eating as SOON as it’s served
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