Yield: 16 Servings
|2 tablespoons||Butter or margarine|
|3 cups||Packed brown sugar|
|4||Eggs; lightly beaten|
From: Sandal@... (Sandi F. in Fayetteville, Arkansas) Date: 2 Aug 1995 18:21:10 -0600 from Old-Fashioned Homemade Ice Cream by Thomas R. Quinn Take a little butter and brown sugar, add heat and you have butterscotch syrup. It isn't quite that simple to make the very best Butterscotch Ice Cream you have ever tasted, but it isn't that difficult either.
Melt the butter in a large pan over low heat. When melted, add the brown sugar. Continue to stir until the brown sugar just begins to caramelize (about
Add the half-and-half, eggs and salt. Turn the heat up to medium-low, and stir constantly. Remove from heat when the mixture is very hot to touch and refrigerate until cold, then add vanilla. Freeze in an ice cream freezer.
Makes about one gallon.
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