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How To Make Whipping Cream Using Milk?

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In order to make whipping cream with milk then you need to firstly ensure you have the right ingredients. These include sugar, milk, unflavored gelatin, vanilla extract, an electric mixer, a saucepan, a spoon and a bowl. Now you need to carry out the following steps.

  • Step 1
Firstly you should grab your bowl and add in a quarter of a cup of cold water. Then you should get the gelatin and break it up into small pieces while sprinkling it into the bowl. After you have done that you should leave the bowl to stand in order to allow the gelatin to absorb into the water.

  • Step 2
Your next step is to light up the stove and pour half a cup of one per cent milk in a saucepan. You should heat up the milk until it starts to bubble and froth around the edge of the pan. It is important that you keep an eye on it so you don't heat it up for too long. Once it has reached this stage you should remove the pan from the stove and then pour the milk into the bowl containing the water and gelatin. Once it is in the bowl you should whisk it altogether and then add a quarter cup of sugar as well as one tablespoon of vanilla extract.

  • Step 3
After you have done that you should place the bowl into the fridge but ensure that every ten minutes within 90 minutes you take it out and stir the mixture. After the hour and a half you should pour the mixture into another bowl that has ice water in it for 30 minutes. After that whisk the mixture with your electric mixer until it becomes thick.
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Anonymous answered
1. Chill a bowl and the beaters in the freezer for about 30 minutes.
2. Add 1 cup of milk and 1 cup of iced water. (you can make it to your own amount).
3. Beat/whisk milk and water together.
   If you want sugar-free cream stop here but if you want a sweeter cream carry on to the next step.
4. Add 4 tablespoons of sugar (usually use caster sugar) and 1 teaspoon of vanilla milk if you have it. (once agian you can make it you own amount).
5. Now just beat/whisk until blended and has a cream-like consistancy.

Hope this helped...
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Anonymous answered
I am afraid once whole milk is milk you can't make it cream. If you have milk that has not been homogenized the cream will separate and rise to the top of the milk, and you can skim it off.

Most all commercially sold milk today is homogenized, a process in which the cream is mixed into the milk so it will not separate. This process is usually done by pumping milk through a very small opening at a high pressure reducing the size of the cream particles to about a micrometer, which then will remain stably dispersed through the milk. Milk that has been homogenized is better suited for shipment in paper containers, but deteriorates faster than non homogenized milk.

Another interesting fact about homogenized milk. Since cows all produced different amounts of cream in their milk, and standardizations need to be met, skim milk and cream are first separated, measured back together again, and then homogenized.
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dabur chaman answered

Well, people have their different different way to make whipping cream with milk. But, I enjoy drinking milk with Horlicks :)

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Sam johnson answered
The suggestions about whipping milk with ice water don't sound like they'd work to me.  I mean, whipping diluted milk?  I'm skeptical.
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Anonymous answered
Freeze a bowl and a egg beater in the freezer for 30 mins..  Take the bowl and beater out from the freezer and pour a pint of milk and ice into the bowl and beat until the cream starts to get to a harder consistancy.
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Anonymous answered
A very long time ago,maybe 30 or so years,I purchased a gadget that 'made' cream out of butter and milk.It consisted of a jug with a lid on top with an internal pump sort of thing in the lid.eventually I wore it out,it was an excellent gadget.I went to replace it and it was no longer being manufactured.I can't remember who made it but my daughter remembers me having it.Does anyone remember it?
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Julie S answered
1 large (8oz) container of double or whipping
cream

3 tsp sugar

1/2 tsp vanilla

3 Tbsp milk



Put cream, sugar and vanilla into a medium
mixing bowl.

Beat with an electric mixer on high for about
30 seconds.

Beat again, adding milk, one Tbsp at a time,
until the whipped cream is the consistency you want.

Cover with cling film and refrigerate until ready
to use.
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Anonymous answered
That is really hard to keep along you need to do the examples better please next time.

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