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    Any uses for soured whipping cream?

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    I bought some AWESOME grass fed, non homogenized, low temp pasturized heavy whipping cream!

    And then I let half of it get sour in the fridge this week.

    Does anyone know of recipes that USE soured cream?

    And barring that does anyone know if it's SAFE to use? It smells sour (didn't taste it cause I trust my nose!) but it does NOT have any red mold growing on it yet (I KNOW that red mold is bad!)

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    Mix with prawns (shrimp) and crushed garlic. Spoon into ramekins, top with a mix of finely chopped almonds and parmesan and bake in a hot oven about 20 minutes. It will set softly with a crispy top and is a divine 1st course. I buy sour cream especially to make this! Chilli flakes are a good addition too.

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    Step 1: fill balloon with soured cream.

    Step 2: hurl balloon filled with soured cream off tall building at unsuspecting by-standers.

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    make butter.
    in days gone by and still in europe butter is made after cream has been allowed to sit and 'culture' on it's own.
    easy to make; a stick blender, food processor, blender.

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    Call it "creme fraiche" and use it as a topping for chicken, veal, steak, etc. Works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skink531 View Post
    Step 1: fill balloon with soured cream.

    Step 2: hurl balloon filled with soured cream off tall building at unsuspecting by-standers.
    This cracked me up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breadsauce View Post
    Mix with prawns (shrimp) and crushed garlic. Spoon into ramekins, top with a mix of finely chopped almonds and parmesan and bake in a hot oven about 20 minutes. It will set softly with a crispy top and is a divine 1st course. I buy sour cream especially to make this! Chilli flakes are a good addition too.
    Ooh! That sounds tasty! I may give it a go. I guess I just don't understand well enough the difference between something bought AS sour cream and cream that has gone sour! But I guess the worst that could happen is I'd be living in the bathroom over night and I'd learn a lesson!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skink531 View Post
    Step 1: fill balloon with soured cream.

    Step 2: hurl balloon filled with soured cream off tall building at unsuspecting by-standers.
    Quote Originally Posted by betty74 View Post
    This cracked me up.


    Me too! Unfortunately our tallest building is 3 stories and lacking in by-standers, unsuspecting or otherwise!

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