NewAir AIC-210 Commercial Grade 1 Quart Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker
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- Makes ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt and other frozen desserts
- Built-in compressor/freezer means there's no bowl to pre-freeze
- Features clean, white finish that complements any kitchen
- Commercial-quality unit lets you make ice cream just like the pros do!
- Produces consistently smooth results every single time
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What's more delicious than a quart of homemade ice cream on a hot summer's day? With the NewAir AIC-210 ice cream maker, you can now make ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, or gelato with professional results, right in your own kitchen. This commercial grade ice cream maker has a built-in freezer and compressor and makes your favorite frozen treats automatically: simply pour in the ingredients, turn the unit on and set the timer. You'll get consistently creamy results in less than 60 minutes!
Fully Automatic Ice Cream Maker
The NewAir AIC-210 ice cream maker is fully automatic. It has a built-in freezer and compressor that mixes and freezes ice cream for you with no pre-chilling required.
Makes More than Just Ice Cream
The NewAir AIC-210 makes more than just ice cream! This appliance also lets you create refreshing sorbets, healthy frozen yogurt and even decadent gelato. A full list of recipes is included.
This ice cream maker is similar to the ones used by professionals and features a clean, white finish.
Digital Timer & Auto Shut-Off
The NewAir AIC-210 ice cream machine comes with a 60 minute digital timer and automatic shut-off feature that protects the motor by stopping the unit if the mixture becomes too thick.
Self-cooling technology requires no pre-freezing of canisters or bowls.
Top customer reviews
It works great as long as you measure everything as to the instructions.
I have only used it twice but each time was a blast. The end result was perfect ice cream.
It is a little fiddly to set up but is easy to clean.
The only down side is that is not easy to test the product while the machine is working.
The price is good. I paid $350.00 years ago for a noisy hard to clean Italian machine.
If it doesn't break, I'll call it a bargain.
I've wanted an ice cream maker with a compressor for years and when I found a great deal on the NewAir AIC-210 Commercial Grade 1 Quart Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker, I jumped at the chance.
The AIC-210 is large, but I expected it to be, given what it does. By comparison, the 1-quart bowl for the ice cream looks tiny. Granted, one quart isn't really that much, but it will suffice if you intend to serve it after a small dinner party to just a few guests unless you start early and make several batches.
Setting it up was simple - there are only a few pieces and they fit together very neatly. The instructions on the control panel are conveniently located and easy to use.
I started my first batch by using the recipe for vanilla ice cream that came with the ice cream maker. The recipe made more ice cream than would fit in one batch, so I split the batch. I made vanilla with the first batch and peach ice cream with the second. For the peach flavor, I used some Chilton County peaches I froze last summer, using a little of the juice and leaving the peaches in small chunks. Both batches finished in less than 40 minutes. Both tasted absolutely perfect. The ice cream was sweet, but not too sweet, light, fluffy, and really creamy.
I was able to remove the ice cream bowl from the freezer after the first batch without issue. After the second batch, it stuck and wouldn't come out until it had some time to defrost. I was able to remove the paddle, however, and most of the ice cream stuck to it, so I simply scraped it into a dish. I then used a plastic bowl scraper to get the rest out of the bowl while it was still in the unit.
I'm really looking forward to experimenting with lots of ice cream, gelato, and sorbet flavors with this ice cream maker. This is better than any store bought ice cream maker and so easy to use. I'd highly recommend this to anyone who is interested in this type of ice cream maker.
UPDATE: I have now had this ice cream maker a little over a month. I absolutely love this machine. It is worth every penny paid. If you love ice cream this is the machine for you. I have found the easiest way to make the custard style ice cream recipes is to use a blender to slowly add your hot liquid to your egg mixture to prevent the eggs from "scrambling" and give a very smooth consistency. I have tried a lot of recipes but the crème de menthe seems to be a favorite so far:
RECIPE: MAKES AN OVERSIZED QUART
4 egg yolks
3/4c turbinado (extra fine sugar) sugar
2 tsp. real vanilla
4-6 tbsp. green Crème de Menthe liquor (amount will determine how "minty" you want it"
1/2c frozen Andes chocolate mints chopped into small bite size pieces (I have found them in a package at Wal-Mart)
Add half-n-half, vanilla and Crème de Menthe to a sauce pan.
Separate eggs and place in a bowl. Add sugar. Wisk together until yolks are a "lemon" yellow. place in a blender
Scald milk mixture (tiny bubbles will appear on the edges)
Turn on blender and slowly drizzle the hot milk mixture through the top until every thing is combined and smooth. Don't over blend you don't want to much air in the mixture.
Return entire mixture to pan and heat to 165 degrees or until the mixture coats the back of a wooden spoon.
Remove from heat and place in a covered container in the refrigerator until cool or overnight.
Freeze custard in ice cream maker according to manufacture's instructions. Add the Andes chocolate mint pieces in the last 10 minutes of freezing.