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Homemade double/heavy cream separates after setting in the fridge [duplicate]

Good day. I recently made a homemade double cream using 1.5 cups of whole milk and 150 grams of unsalted butter. I followed most recipes I saw online which started with melting the butter so that it ...
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What are some ways to make whipping cream if I don't have any cream

I have milk evaporated milk, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cornstarch, condensed milk, lemon juice and some others but I need help
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Is there any way to make single cream to double cream?

Whipping cream is hard to find where I live in India. We have a dairy brand named "Amul" which sells cream of butterfat content of 25% and cannot be whipped! Whipping cream has about 35% fat content ...
Chandan Soni's user avatar
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I just made ice cream. Unfortunately, it became gritty in the end result. What is a way to make use out of it?

I just made vanilla ice cream with my ice cream machine. The taste was amazing, however, the texture was sandy and gritty. I made a awful lot, and I do not want to dump the ice cream. How am I going ...
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How to mix cream to increase its fat percentage?

In my area the typical type of cream you can get is the one for whipped cream. It contains a fat percentage of about 35%. Some recipes call for higher fat percentages like 50% and up, so I'd like to ...
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Can I add thick cream to whipping cream to increase fat content and make the whipped cream more stable?

In the UK we have double cream which has about 42% fat and whips up beautifully so that its quite stable and can be piped on top of cupcakes and in between cake layers without being squeezed out by ...
Hobbybaker91's user avatar
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How to make double cream 48% for tart filling (not for whipping)?

In my country it is impossible to get double cream (48% fat). The highest fat content I can get is 35% whipping cream. I have some recipes which require double cream and I don't want to substitute it ...
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Why won't my butter and milk mix when trying to make cream? [duplicate]

I wanted to make a heavy cream substitute. Here's what I tried: Melted butter and stored it in a cup. The pot I melted it in was not washed. Used the same pot to boil milk. Afterward, the milk ...
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making cream with almond milk and fat

I want to make a replacement for heavy cream. I'm considering almond milk blended with a fat. I have a high powered blender on the way for this purpose (yes, it will blend). Some fats I'm considering:...
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How can I prevent little balls of oil in my ice cream when I'm using milk + butter instead of cream?

So I found a substitute for cream and I used it in ice cream: I put 14 oz of milk and 1/2 cup sugar and 1/3 cup butter and 2 caps vanilla extract heated it to get the water out it made a thicker milk ...
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