Wht went wrong with icecream

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  1. slim4son

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    Hi guys just bought an ice-cream maker and left in freezer over night poured a muller yoghurt in and all happened was cold mullet yoghurt not slush or ice-cream at all can someone please advise xxxx
     
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    How long did you churn the yoghurt? It's awhile since I made ice cream but seem to recall it took 10-20+ minutes. If you froze the insert all night it should be cold enough to work. :)
     
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    Also I see a post in the summer recipes that says it may take 20-30 minutes and you may need to freeze the insert for 24hrs. This will depend on the model I guess as I don't recall mine taking that long but sounds like some do.
     
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    Hiya

    The bowl needs to be frozen for a good 24 hours - longer if you can.

    The churning can take up to 30 mins depending on how cold the mixture is that you are pouring in. The consistency should be like a soft Whippy Icecream

    I have an ICECREAM thread on the recipe section with photos if that helps

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