Salted Duck Egg Ice Cream is a type of Ice Cream prepared with the usual cream and milk but is flavoured with salted duck egg yolks.
With the success in nailing our no churn ice cream recipe expect that there are a lot of flavours that will come out of it, and I am not talking about simple flavours, it will be big bold flavours and hopefully you will like them like our recipe for today, the salted duck egg flavour ice cream. Yup you seen that right, I know it sounds bizarre or unconventional but salty is good with sweet right? So with that simple theory we can safely derive this combination will be good. Its good timing as well since Salted duck egg flavour is getting more popular everyday where you see them used in croissants, potato chips, fish skin, fried chicken, pasta, cookies, waffles and even cocktails so why not in ice cream.
Salted Duck Egg Ice Cream, is a simple ice cream flavoured with salted duck eggs which gives it a nice contrast in flavours similar to what you experience in Salted Caramel ice cream. It has that mild hints of salted duck egg yolks, emphasized by the sliced salted duck eggs and is texture is smooth with a bit of graininess but in a good way. It can be done in a traditional way but like our avocado ice cream we will make this the no churn way which makes life easier.
In a stand mixer, whip the cream until stiff peaks form. Take note do not over beat cream otherwise you will have a butter as a result. Set this aside in a cool place, its better if you can leave it in the refrigerator.
In a Nutribullet (I find it easier using this) or a blender combine condensed milk and salted duck egg yolks, blend until well combined.
Remove your whipped cream from the refrigerator, then gently fold (not whisk nor blend) blended condensed milk with salted egg yolks into the whipped cream.
Pour contents into a container then freeze until set. Remove from the freezer, scoop then serve.
I wish I could find salted duck eggs here…or even just duck eggs..can’t even find them in our farmer market. I guess I need to search harder…the ice cream looks awesome..and I like the fact that it requires no churn.
This has got to be one of the most unusual recipes I’ve seen yet! My local Filipino market sells duck eggs, but I’m not sure about salted ones. I suppose it wouldn’t be too difficult to cook them up myself and then salt them?
Say what?! Salted duck eggs in ice cream? Wow! I wouldn’t say this is something I want to try (haha), but that’s definitely one of the most unique flavours I’ve ever seen!
Salted duck egg? I think I’d pass. Overkill. We have had salted egg everything so much so that I am quite put off by it. They even sell it in packets and bottles for use in your cooking – dunno how natural/authentic that is
Now that is quite a unique ice cream flavor! I don’t think it’s anything I can veganize, but I respect the fearless flavor combination.
This is such an unique ice cream. first time seeing that!
I am completely game to try this! I think my only problem will be finding salted duck eggs. I wonder if our local Asian grocery store carries them? Sounds incredible, Raymund!
This has to be really rich with all those egg yolks! Isn’t no churn a game changer!!