1 1/2 quarts
2 cups H-E-B half & half regular or fat free
1 can (12 oz.) Hill Country Fare evaporated milk
3/4 cup H-E-B sugar or sugar blend replacement
1/4 teaspoon Morton table salt
1 teaspoon McCormick vanilla extract
1 Electric Ice Cream Freezer
10 pounds Crushed ice
1 box Morton ice cream rock salt
Combine the half and half, evaporated milk, sugar, table salt and vanilla in the ice cream freezer container.
Follow manufacturer's instructions for making the ice cream using the crushed ice and Morton Rock Salt. Or fill freezer tub with a mixture of one part Morton Rock Salt for Making Ice Cream and 8 parts crushed ice to a level above the line of the mixture in the ice cream container.
Pack the ice down firmly and allow to set 5 minutes.
For a hand cranked model, turn the crank slowly, increasing the speed as the mixture begins to freeze. When the ice cream is frozen, the crank will be difficult to turn.
For an electric ice cream maker, the motor will shut off automatically when the ice cream is frozen.
To harden the ice cream, remove the dasher, seal the container. Drain off the ice and salt mixture and repack the freezer tub with 3 parts crushed ice and 1 part rock salt.
Allow the ice cream to set one hour.
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