Why shouldn't you put ice cream in the microwave?
Because it will quickly turn into a hot drink.
They put the ice in a blending machine. Then they add some flavored cream to the ice, and blend that together with the blender. Then, they put the ice cream on a conveyor belt in the ice cream jars they put it in. It goes do the belt, into a freezing chamber. After about4-5 hours of freezing, they take it out, and ship it to etc.
ingredients: butter, sugar, butterscotch, ice cream, whip cream steps: put the butter in the bowl and microwave it for 10 sec add 4 pinches of suger to the butter add butterscotch (as much as you want) then add whip cream (as much as you want) stir and let ingredient melt pour into a glass add ice cream and whip cream to the top
Why is salt added to ice cream when your making homemade ice cream in an ice cream in a ice cream freezer?
Salt is put in the ice around the actual ice cream so that the ice doesn't melt. Actually the salt is added to the ice in the ice cream maker to make the ice melt FASTER, thus getting colder and speeding up the freezing of the ice cream. Use of a compressor ice cream machine makes use of the ice & salt mixture unnecessary.
Does it matter if vanilla is put in with ingredient bases for ice cream or when the ice cream is made?
A glass of ice can be put in a microwave and the unit used to melt the ice and even boil the water. Microwaves act on the hydrogen-oxygen bonds in the water molecule. And just because the water has changed state from liquid to solid doesn't mean the bonds will not be affected by the microwave energy. The ice will be heated to melting and beyond. It is perfectly safe to thaw a cup of…
You put your ice cream mixture in the container and close it and put it in the old fashion ice cream maker and layer Ice and rock salt on the outside, if you have the hand crank type then you crank it for a long time. If you have an electric one you turn it until you hear the motor start to "work heavier" That means you have soft ice cream. Edit: Antique ice cream…