Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)

Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)

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Whipped cream can be made using the fresh cream readily available in local dairies. Use it to lure your kids to the delicious cakes you bake!

Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries) recipe - How to make Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 4 cups
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Ingredients

400 gms fresh cream
4 to 5 tbsp icing sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla essence

Method
    Method
  1. Chill the cream for at least 2 hours as the cream has to be very cold for whipping.
  2. Put it into a bowl and beat until it doubles in volume and forms soft peaks.
  3. Carefully fold in the sugar and vanilla essence.
  4. Serve with any dessert or use as a garnish.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per tbsp
Energy23 cal
Protein0.2 g
Carbohydrates0.6 g
Fiber0 g
Fat2.2 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium2.5 mg

Reviews

Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 01 Oct 20 12:12 AM
5

In the cream v Did not have any essence what should I add in that cream mixture pls give me immediately message.
Tarla Dalal
01 Oct 20 10:45 AM
   You can avoid the essence and proceed as per the recipe. Essence is for added flavour.
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 01 Aug 20 06:55 PM
5

Can I use amul fresh cream..and will it turn to whip cream? Instead of icing sugar can we use normal powdered sugar?
Tarla Dalal
05 Aug 20 07:36 PM
   Hi, Yes its with amul fresh cream. Try to use icing sugar, as it has cornflour, and helps to thicken it.
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 29 Jun 20 07:43 PM
5

I bought the whipping cream from outside do I have to beat it before I use it to decorate my cake??
Tarla Dalal
30 Jun 20 10:03 PM
   Hi, Yes you need to beat it till stiff peaks, and make sure it is chilled.
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 09 Apr 20 01:23 AM
5

Hi , to whip the cream can we use mixer (jug) and to add sugar as well? I dont have hand blender. Plz suggest.
Tarla Dalal
10 Apr 20 11:18 AM
   Hi, You will have to use the electric beater or hand whisk which may take longer, avoid mixer...
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 05 Apr 20 06:35 PM
5

Hi Tried Ure recipe but when I added sugar The cream curdled
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 28 Mar 20 07:58 PM
5

This worked and my whipped cream turned out so good but...i dont know where to put it after im done making it
Tarla Dalal
30 Mar 20 12:53 PM
   Hi Leara, you can store the whipped cream in air tight container in the freezer and use as required.
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 30 Mar 18 08:48 PM
5

I want to make whipping cream for a homemade vanilla ice cream. Please help me. I used home malai which was obtained from milk. It became very thick afterwards. Please help
Tarla Dalal
02 Apr 18 09:46 AM
   Hi Prachi, We are very sorry but we do not have the recipe for homemade whipped cream....
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 30 Jan 18 06:58 PM
5

Hi mam, I tried this method to make whipped cream using Amul fresh cream but it did not turn into a whipping cream.... the cream got melted.... i tried it 2 times but both times it failed.... can u pls suggest what might have gone wrong...
Tarla Dalal
31 Jan 18 05:09 PM
   In Amul cream you will not get firm thick cream.. There is a different cream available in the market for cakes and pastries - Tropolite
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 28 Aug 17 02:23 PM
5

Mam, will it give that texture of frosting which looks like actual whip cream?
Tarla Dalal
29 Aug 17 08:31 AM
   Hi Monika, Below is the video link for the same, that will help you... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EByEh7DI3VM
Whipped Cream Using Fresh Cream ( Cakes and Pastries)
 on 28 May 17 06:21 PM
5

Thanks for the review
Tarla Dalal
29 May 17 09:10 AM
   You are welcome Jayashree. Do keep trying more and more recipes and share your feedback. Happy Cooking!!!
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