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    • Ben & Jerry's New York Super Fudge Chunk

      Ben & Jerry's New York Super Fudge Chunk

      1/4 cup White chocolate; chop coarse
      1/4 cup Semisweet chocolate; chop
      1/4 cup Pecan halves; chopped
      1/4 cup Walnuts; chop coarse
      1/4 cup Chocolate covered almonds; - cut in half
      4 oz Unsweetened chocolate
      1 cup Milk
      2 large Eggs
      1 cup Sugar
      1 cup Heavy or whipping cream
      1 tsp Vanilla extract
      1 pinch Salt

      Combine the coarsely chopped chocolate, pecans, walnuts and chocolate
      covered almonds in a bowl, cover and refrigerate. Melt the unsweetened
      chocolate in the top of a double boiler over hot, not boiling water. Whisk
      in the milk, a little at a time, and heat, stirring constantly, until
      smooth. Remove from the heat and let cool. Whisk the eggs in a mixing bowl
      until light and fluffy, 1-2 minutes. Whisk in the sugar, a little at a
      time, then continue whisking until completely blended, about 1 minute more.
      Add the cream, vanilla and salt and whisk to blend. Pour the chocolate
      mixture into the cream mixture and blend. Cover and refrigerate until cold,
      about 1-3 hours, depending on your refrigerator. Transfer the cream mixture
      to an ice cream maker and freeze following the manufacturer's instructions.
      After the ice cream stiffens (about 2 minutes before it is done), add the
      chocolate and nuts, then continue freezing until the ice cream is ready.

      submitted by Theresa G.

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