delia's very easy vanilla ice cream

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mark111757

delia's very easy vanilla ice cream

hello and greets to the group

i found the recipe and it looks good but my question is in regards to an ingredient. it calls for 2 tins of condensed milk....if it safe to presume that it is what we here in the states refer as sweetened condensed milk (usually comes in a 397g can)....

thanks to all and cheers!

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Linzechris

delia's very easy vanilla ice cream

Yes it is. x

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mark111757

ok then

thank you very much!!!!!!!!!

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mark111757

yet another question....

in the recipe it calls for 550mls of condensed milk......when i checked the label on the can, it was 397g.....and the farmlea tins on the tesco web site are 397g....for this do we figure that grams equal mls???

perplexed to say the least.....

thanks and cheers!!!!!

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Stephanie

Condensed Milk Measurement

Hi Mark,just to confirm, 1 ml of water equals 1 gram
hope this helps.

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mark111757

way kool

hey stephanie

thank you for helping to clear that up.....

not that it matters or is a big deal but i have not seen 275 ml cans of condensed milk at any of the UK supermarket sites...not a big big deal....a 397g can plus what ever you need to make 550 from a 2nd can

thanks again

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SonyaK

delia's very easy vanilla ice cream

"Hi Mark,just to confirm, 1 ml of water equals 1 gram
hope this helps."

But condensed milk is far more dense than water, so to be accurate you couldn't assume 1ml is equal to 1g.
You'd need a conversion factor!
I think 90ml weighs about 100g, so probably not a problem in this case.

 
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