If you are a fan of all things sweet-and-salty, then you are going to love this Sea Salt Ice Cream recipe. With a taste similar to salted vanilla, this will give your old stand-by flavors a run for their money. Traditional ice cream flavors, such as peach, chocolate, or strawberry, definitely have a place on a backyard cookout menu but make a batch of this next time you want something new. The cup of brown sugar adds some delicious caramel undertones. Don’t skimp on the ingredients – you need to use whole milk instead of skim or 2%, and heavy whipping cream instead of half-and-half. Stirring constantly is key to creating a smooth and creamy custard. When you add the egg yolk mixture to the hot milk mixture on the stovetop, stir constantly, over a medium heat, until the liquid coats the back of the spoon. Serve alone or topped with shaved chocolate or crushed pretzels.
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