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Cherry Tasmanian Pepperberry Ice Cream

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    Posted: 14 September 2017 at 08:44
Be still my beating heart. So delicious. So decadent. So very different.

When bitten, Tasmanian Pepperberries release many flavors followed by a good bit of short lasting heat. They seem to work well with just about anything. Eggs, beef, pork, greens, and even Ice cream

Tasmanian Pepperberries are easily ground with mortar and pestle


Cherry Tasmanian Pepperberry Ice cream


A very adult dessert, each spoonful ending with a bit of flavorful heat. The color comes from the pepperberries which release a purple color into all they touch

Wonderful. Find the recipe and berries here
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pitrow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 September 2017 at 09:22
ooo sounds yummy! Couple questions:

do you just add these to a regular cherry ice cream recipe?

do you keep the peppercorns whole and just throw them in, or do you grind them up first?
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I can see that being really good - I have played a bit with the combination of sweet and spicy (usually chocolate with red chili flakes, but also a few other things) and have been amazed at the new sensations that have resulted.

This looks like a real hit out of the ballpark ~
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gracoman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 September 2017 at 13:28
Originally posted by pitrow pitrow wrote:

ooo sounds yummy! Couple questions:

do you just add these to a regular cherry ice cream recipe?

do you keep the peppercorns whole and just throw them in, or do you grind them up first?
I own a compressor based ice cream freezer and followed the posted recipe.  There is nothing quite like home made ice cream with high quality vanilla beans when vanilla is called for.

I roughly ground the pepperberries with a mortar and pestle so the pieces could be strained out.  The ground pepperberries must warm along with sugar and cream to release their color and flavor.  The softer the ice cream the stronger the pepperberry flavor.  This ain't exactly health food but sometimes you just gotta Wink
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