How to Scald Cream?

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Scalding cream is just a matter of heating the cream in a sauce pan to just BELOW boiling, really just as it starts to steam, it is considered scalded.
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To scald cream heat it to 180 degrees, it'll start to smell different and it'll develop a film on top. report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02 2012 at 12:47PM EST. Source
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heat it to 180 degrees.. it'll start to smell different (no better way to describe it) and it'll develop a film on top. if you're using a steamer, the screeching of the steamer will
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You need fresh, creamy raw milk to start with. Pour it into a wide, shallow pan and leave overnight for the cream to separate out. When ready, heat the milk, very, very gently for
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To scald milk means heating it to just below the boiling point. Use a thick-bottomed saucepan or a double boiler to prevent scorching the milk. Scalding has two primary purposes:
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