Monday, December 3, 2018

Café Sua Da (Vietnamese Iced Coffee Ice Cream)

I don’t know about you, but I love coffee. I mean, I REALLY love coffee. The first thing I do in the morning, my eyes barely open, is hit the button on the coffee grinder, and start filling the coffee maker with filtered water. My day doesn’t start without it. I like coffee in the morning before breakfast, in the afternoon with a cookie or two (or four if you must know), baked into fudge, cakes, used in barbecue sauce, as a rub on pork chops and steaks, and in this delicious Vietnamese Iced Coffee Ice Cream. Easy, festive, and a special treat for your friends over the holidays, make it now and store it in the freezer. I have an ice cream maker, and recommend everyone have one because they are so versatile, but if you don’t, you can easily pour this into a loaf pan and freeze it, and scoop your ice cream from there.
Café Sua Da (Vietnamese Iced Coffee Ice Cream)
Adapted from Cafe Fernando and David Lebovitz

1 cup espresso or very strong coffee
1 cup sweetened condensed milk
1/3 cup heavy cream or whole milk
Pinch of coarse ground coffee

Whisk to combine all ingredients in a medium bowl. Chill until cold, and then process in your ice cream maker according to the instructions.

If you prefer chocolate ice cream, you will love Billie’s Chocolate Ice Cream.

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Linda said...

Gosh that looks good Pattie!

bj said...

I am sooo glad to see this easy recipe...I am going to make it for my party on the 12th...I should call it PATTI'S CHRISTMAS PARTY as I will make this, I've already made your Cho. Cherry Muffins, chillin' in the freezer..and something else I plan to make....can't think right now.
I don't have an ice cream maker so will make a couple loaf pans of ice cream...
Oh, yes, now I remember...I MIGHT make your muffin pan full of cheese and ham rolls...not sure, tho(was hoping they had just frozen bread dough but....Nooooo) but didn't work all that well...May try it again...a thought....I could use grand biscuits....that may seem too much like breakfast, tho.
ANYWAY...thanks for all your help for this party of mine.....xoxo