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Oreo gelato

From the kitchen of Jeannette Zaza
 
22¼ ounces milk
1 ounce cream
1 ounce skim milk powder
Pure vanilla or vanilla bean
Half package of Double Stuf Oreos
Oreo paste for drizzling
4¾ ounces sugar
 
Blend all ingredients together and place in ice cream maker.
Crumble Oreos and decorate as you like.




With Jeannette Zaza
In the Kitchen

06/07/17
By Angie Sykeny asykeny@hippopress.com



 What is your must-have kitchen item?

For making gelato, it’s milk and, of course, the machine to make [gelato] in.  
 
What is your favorite flavor of gelato to make? 
I like to make the Oreo gelato. It seems like every time I put it out, it’s gone very fast. I know people enjoy eating it, so I enjoy making it.  
 
What is the most unique flavor of gelato you’ve ever made? 
One time I did a green tea and coconut gelato. I was experimenting with this flavored green tea powder. … It didn’t go over very well. 
 
What celebrity would you like to see eating your gelato? 
Gordon Ramsay. I’m sure he’d have a lot of things to say about my gelato. 
 
What is your favorite local restaurant?
There’s an Indian restaurant here in Concord that I like [House of India]. They’re very nice in there. One time I asked for a mint naan, and they didn’t have it on the menu, but they made it for me anyway. I think that shows good authenticity. 
 
What is the biggest food trend in New Hampshire right now?
It’s definitely burgers. Gourmet burgers seem to be a big trend. They’re popping up everywhere, especially in the last two years. Everyone has been going more outside the box with specialized toppings and better-quality meat. 
 
What would you choose for your last meal?
I would definitely have coconut gelato or coconut ice cream — it’s always been my favorite — and an herb bread with olive oil. Those are the two things I can’t live without. 
— Angie Sykeny 





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