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Gelato Stracciatella (Fiordilatte With Mini Chocolate Chips)

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Finally I found the Real Recipe!!!
Since my husband gave me as a gift the Kitchen Aid ice cream attachment I started to search and try recipes to reach the right Fiordilatte flavor. Fiordilatte is the base for most of the italian gelato flavors. Some of them didn’t work at all, one was good but not perfect, then I found what I was looking for.This recipe comes from Guido Martinetti a young , talented, italian gelato maker.
I will post the recipe in grams, as the original recipe calls, because the secret for a Great Gelato is the exact amount of ingredients.

Ingredients

250 gr whole milk
160 heavy whipping cream
80 gr granulated sugar
1 pinch carob flour ( I used guar gum because easier to find)
mini chocolate chips semi sweet to taste

Directions

In a small bowl stir together sugar and gum, set aside.
In a saucepan, mix milk and cream. Heat until bubbles begin to form around the edges, then remove it from the heat. Pour in the sugar and gum mixture very slowly . Whisk with hand blander, then allow to cool off then cover with plastic wrap and let rest in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Pour the ice cream into your ice cream maker and churn following the instructions of the machine.
Freeze for a couple of hours before serving.

Buon Appetito =)

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2 thoughts on “Gelato Stracciatella (Fiordilatte With Mini Chocolate Chips)

  1. mithriluna May 16, 2013 at 8:24 PM Reply

    Wow, I love stracciatella gelato. I will have to ask for a Kitchen Aid ice cream attachment for my birthday. Thank you for sharing!

    • breadloveanddreams May 16, 2013 at 8:35 PM Reply

      The Kitchen Aid is amazing, and the ice cream attachment is GREAT!!! =)

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