Ice Cream ->Arctic Roll Ice Cream
An Artic roll ice cream is a British dessert made of ice cream wrapped in the sponge cake to form a roll, often served with jam between the sponge and also ice cream. It is commonly served in the school. Americans don’t know this phrase it comes from jelly roll.
3 eggs, separated
100g caster sugar
75g plain flour
25g corn flour
200g raspberry jam
250g double cream, whipped
1 sprig Mint
Icing sugar, sifted
Boil the milk, butter and sugar. Them add the rice and bring to a simmer. Cook it gently for 30 minutes, stirring frequently, until your rice becomes soft.
Leave to cool it completely. Mix your rice with the vanilla ice cream and then churn in an ice cream maker for 15-20 minutes until it gets thickened and increased in volume. Transfer to a freezer proof cylindrical container and you need to freeze until ready to use.
To make a caulis, the process of raspberries and then sugar with a squeeze of lemon juice in a food processor until smooth. Push through a sieve and set aside.
Preheat the oven for about 180C/gas 4. Lightly butter a Swiss roll tin and also line with baking parchment.
For the sponge, whisk the egg yolks and 75g of sugar until it gets thick and creamy.
In the separate bowl, whisk egg whites with the remaining sugar until it is stiff.
Sieve the plain flour and corn flour together and the lightly fold into the egg-yolk mixture. Carefully fold in the whipped egg whites.
Spread the sponge mixture in a prepared tray and bake for 15-20 minutes. Remove from the oven and then leave to cool.
Spread the raspberry jam in a very thin layer over the sponge.
Remove the ice cream from the container, and sit the ice cream on top of the sponge and wrap the sponge around, cutting off any of the excess at edges. Roll in plastic wrap and freeze for at least 30 minutes.
Once ice cream frozen, remove the plastic wrap and cut into the side portions. Dust with icing sugar, decorate with a sprig of mint and serve with the raspberry coulees and thick fresh cream.
And your Arctic Roll ice cream is ready…!