Classic Holiday Eggnog

By

23 likes 12 klips

A classic holiday drink recipe, complete with animated step-by-step instructions.

NArd6Sv2Sl Kitchenbowl
Prep Time

15 min

PT15M
Cook Time

10 min

PT10M
Wait Time

3 hr

PT3H PT3H25M
Classic Holiday Eggnog

Ingredients

Makes 12
12 servings Makes

Instructions

Step 1

Separate egg yolks from the eggs. To do that, gently hold an unshelled egg in one hand, then let the egg white drip out.


Step 2

Beautiful egg yolks

Beautiful egg yolks

Step 3

Add sugar, then whisk for 3-5 min. The goal is to add air into the mixture and dissolve the sugar.


Step 4

The final mixture should be both thicker and lighter in color. When it drips, it should leave a trail for a short second. This is called the ribbon stage.


Step 5

Combine milk, cloves and cinnamon in a pot. Cook over low heat until boiling.

Combine milk, cloves and cinnamon in a pot. Cook over low heat until boiling.

Step 6

Pour egg mixture into the pot. Cook over medium heat for 3 min, stirring occasionally. DO NOT let the mixture boil or your egg yolks will become solid.

Pour egg mixture into the pot. Cook over medium heat for 3 min, stirring occasionally. DO NOT let the mixture boil or your egg yolks will become solid.

Step 7

Strain the mixture to remove cloves. Let it cool for one hour.

Strain the mixture to remove cloves. Let it cool for one hour.

Step 8

Mix in light cream, rum, vanilla extract and nutmeg. Refrigerate for at least two hours (or overnight) before serving.

Mix in light cream, rum, vanilla extract and nutmeg. Refrigerate for at least two hours (or overnight) before serving.

Comments

There are no comments at the moment.

About the Creator

http://graph.facebook.com/122604231/picture?type=large
jackipy

Food. Travel. Technology

Classic Holiday Eggnog

Classic Holiday Eggnog

By jackipy

A classic holiday drink recipe, complete with animated step-by-step instructions.

Prep Time

15 min

Cook Time

10 min

Wait Time

3 hr

Ingredients

Makes 12

Instructions

Separate egg yolks from the eggs. To do that, gently hold an unshelled egg in one hand, then let the egg white drip out.

Step 1

Separate egg yolks from the eggs. To do that, gently hold an unshelled egg in one hand, then let the egg white drip out.

Beautiful egg yolks

Step 2

Beautiful egg yolks

Add sugar, then whisk for 3-5 min. The goal is to add air into the mixture and dissolve the sugar.

Step 3

Add sugar, then whisk for 3-5 min. The goal is to add air into the mixture and dissolve the sugar.

The final mixture should be both thicker and lighter in color. When it drips, it should leave a trail for a short second. This is called the ribbon stage.

Step 4

The final mixture should be both thicker and lighter in color. When it drips, it should leave a trail for a short second. This is called the ribbon stage.

Combine milk, cloves and cinnamon in a pot. Cook over low heat until boiling.

Step 5

Combine milk, cloves and cinnamon in a pot. Cook over low heat until boiling.

Pour egg mixture into the pot. Cook over medium heat for 3 min, stirring occasionally. DO NOT let the mixture boil or your egg yolks will become solid.

Step 6

Pour egg mixture into the pot. Cook over medium heat for 3 min, stirring occasionally. DO NOT let the mixture boil or your egg yolks will become solid.

Strain the mixture to remove cloves. Let it cool for one hour.

Step 7

Strain the mixture to remove cloves. Let it cool for one hour.

Mix in light cream, rum, vanilla extract and nutmeg. Refrigerate for at least two hours (or overnight) before serving.

Step 8

Mix in light cream, rum, vanilla extract and nutmeg. Refrigerate for at least two hours (or overnight) before serving.

© 2015 Kitchenbowl.com. All rights reserved.