Whipped Cream – A cream is whipped by whisk or mixer. It is light, fluffy and sweetens in taste. It is commonly used to decorate cake or pastries but you can make many other desserts by using whipped cream as one of your ingredient. Browse A to Z Food Recipes for whipped cream recipes.
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Whipped CreamCourse: Dessert, Cake, SweetCuisine: World
This Whipped Cream is made when fresh cream is whipped by whisk or mixer. It is light, fluffy and sweetens in taste. It is commonly used to decorate cake or pastries but you can make many other desserts by using whipped cream as one of your ingredient.
Fresh Cream (ताजा मलाई) – 1 cup
Powdered Sugar (पीसी हुई चीनी) – 1/2 cup
- Start by chilling a clean stainless steel bowl, a whisk, and the cream in the refrigerator or freezer for 10 or 20 minutes. Let them get nice and cold, but don’t freeze the cream. (Cream is easier to whip when cold.)
- Method 1: Whisking With Hand
- Pour the cream, when chilled, in the bowl and start whisking. Hold the whisk like a dagger, with the wire part pointing down, and use your wrist and elbow for the motion, not your shoulder.
- Stick the whisk in the bowl at an angle and draw it through the cream in quick, sharp motions.
- Alternate between circular motions and straight ones. Switch hands to lessen fatigue.
- It will take 3 or 4 minutes to whip a cup of cream. At first bubbles will appear on the surface of the cream, then it will start to become foamy, then volume will begin to build. Whisk until soft peak made.
- Method 2: Whisking With Hand Blander
- Pour the cream, when chilled, in the bowl and start whisking with electric hand blander in one direction until soft peak made.
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