Maltabella Ice Cream

   
  
 
  
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Maltabella Ice Cream / Karen E. Photography

It’s a mix of savoury and sweet in the form
of a Maltabella ice-cream. It’s the porridge our mothers ‘sold’ to us, as children, as chocolate porridge. It’s actually malted grain sorghum. Serve this ice-cream with stewed fruit and/or prunes, and a drizzle of Amarula cream for a sensational end to a breakfast.
— Jackie Cameron

Ingredients:

  • 6 Egg Yolks
  • 60ml Treacle Sugar
  • 15ml Glucose Syrup
  • 1L Maltabella, cooked with 500 ml additional cream added to make a creamy: consistency
  • 100ml Honey
  • 10ml Cinnamon Powder
  • 250ml Almonds, roasted and chopped
  • 250ml Pecan Nuts, roasted and chopped

Method:

  1. Cream the egg yolks, sugar and glucose together.
  2. Add the warm maltabella, honey, cinnamon and nuts.
  3. Leave in the fridge overnight to cool.
  4. Churn in an ice-cream machine. If an ice-cream machine isn't available place chilled mixture into a freezer.  Whisk every 30 minutes until frozen to allow for a light, fluffy ice cream. Serve with some stewed prunes and Amarula cream