Can anyone tell me the UK equivalent of Australian Thickened Cream. Not sure if it's what we call Single or Double cream. Thank you
Not a straightforward translation possible. See e.g. nowtolove.com.au/how-to/expert-qa/… and dairygoodness.ca/cream/cream-glossary. So you will have us to tell us what you want to use it for. Please edit your question.– user34961Dec 22, 2017 at 12:12
Based on Jan's links, it looks like it's 35% fat, while the UK single & double creams are 18% and 46%. I'll go update cooking.stackexchange.com/q/784/67– JoeDec 22, 2017 at 14:46
Thickened cream is cream that has a thickener in it with a minimum fat content of 35% - it whips well. I would look for something like this; I've seen cream called whipping cream which I would assume is the same, with the added thickener. If you can't find that the most similar cream is double cream - it's the most versatile - it's got a higher fat content of about 50%, it doesn't have a thickener, but you can whip it.