It just took a few hours to get it to room temperature and a few more in the fridge for it to chill. I’m so glad you saved yourself a cup . As it chills in the fridge it just gets thicker. We went to England almost 3 years ago and had tea in the town of Windsor, by the castle and had clotted cream for the first time. I used the best possible organic fresh cream . I just want to make sure I wasn’t supposed to boil the cream for longer, for safety? Thank you for providing this recipe! Don’t care for the name but it sure looks creamy and decadent. I’m Cornish, and so happy to have found this recipe. Yay Viola! I desperately want to try this recipe, but in Australia all our heavy creams contain thickener (gelatin, etc) – would you know if this will still work? I live in Seattle and I’ve found the cream that comes in the glass bottles in stores like PCC or Central Market/Ballard Market/etc. I’m curious to try this since I’ve never had clotted cream, but I have a gas oven. I noticed that the lid was on when you took it out to cool. Double Devon cream (locals never say “Devonshire”) used to be mechanically separated at the milk processing plant and then jarred. I realize you want income from it, but there’s a point where readers just wont come back, certainly not for a pleasurable read. I grew up when milk was purchased raw, and pasteurized at home by boiling it twice on the stove top. The only thing that I will tell you is that I am careful to not add any of the liquid when I put it in the jar. I have lots of time to practice. or boiling water B4 using. We love it! I love ‘hearing’ the excitement in your voice! Some authentic clotted cream is quite yellow on top when it’s ready. Any ideas?? That’s all I can think of, unless it was over cooked, but you say the consistency was right…. Thank You!! I am so disappointed. Welcome in Feryall, I’m so glad to have you here. Calibrate/check your oven temp. The liquid underneath that is leftover can be used or tossed, but is not part of the clotted cream. Clotted cream may have an almost unappetizing name, but this delicious thick spread is a real treat. Spread the clotted cream on freshly baked scones. Is this correct? Allrecipes is part of the Meredith Food Group. Michelle H. Bolingbrook, IL; 345 friends 711 reviews Clotted cream. I just stumbled across your website, looking for shortbread recipes, and am delighted to find your recipe for clotted cream! It sounds like the temp is too high, Rachel, it shouldn’t be an orange-y brown, or smell burnt at that low temperature. My oven temperature isn’t the same temperature as what I tried to set it to. Helpful. 0 1. Amount is based on available nutrient data. I adore going to tea and I imagine that the Biltmore is just about as lovely that it gets for that kind of experience. Can I add the whey in to loosen it up a little? If you are following a medically restrictive diet, please consult your doctor or registered dietitian before preparing this recipe for personal consumption. I think you can slow pasturize milk at 145. I’ve checked the temp on my oven and it was fine. Wow, you’ll have to report back Linda…I’m not an expert like you, but I’ve had my share of clotted cream, and I think this is great. Will start another batch for Thanksgiving this morning. Many times, even though the dial says one thing, the temperature can be different. Your recipe sounds delicious. What a gorgeous place to have tea, the clotted cream sounds divine. I kept the lids on ( don’t do that) I did remove the lids and kept it in the oven about 6 hrs longer Sooo the clotted cream came out great! You can use the leftover cream for baking.. I can’t wait to try this, Jenny – thanks so much for letting me know – it sounds like an even better method!! In the meantime, this looks like the ticket to try at home. My life is delightfully better now, as this treat just isn’t found in the Midwest of the US!!! When I pulled it out of the fridge a day later, it was solid, like butter, so be sure to bring it up to room temp for easier spreading. I have lots of recipes for scones on the blog, but this time I made Jennifer’s Cardamom Vanilla Cream Scones, and they were wonderful. Are you sure your cream was fresh to start with? This way the temperature fluctuations will be very minor in the cream itself. That can be used to bake with, Elly. I definitely want to try this again and will grab some cream from Whole Foods next time I’m near one! It is too high. The depth of the cream was at 2 inches, and kept a thermometer in it just in case, checked it every 3 hours to make sure temp stayed at 180F. If you only save the solids, it will be very firm. Your recipe, I must say, Is pretty darn good! Before I went to bed (approx. My experiment made just the right amount of clotted cream and I did not have to tie up my kitchen oven or slow cooker. The tea looked lovely. I tried this and used exactly 2 pints of organic 35% fat cream, that was not ultrapasteurized in an oven for 12 hours at 170(after reading the comments about slight burning). Thanks so much for your recipie. Clotted cream should taste like whipped cream with the consistency of cream cheese/butter. It will keep for about 2 weeks, but honestly, it disappears faster than that every time. Very delicious! Can you make this in the Instant Pot on the yogurt setting . You can freeze it and then thaw it in the refrigerator before using it again. It feels like such a waste in my mind. FINDING NON – ULTRAPASTEURISED CREAM AROUND HER IS A CHORE! Cream tea served with jam and clotted cream dates back to the 11th century in the UK, according to The Guardian, though the scone itself didn’t become part … I was wondering if you left the oven at 180 degrees or bring it up to then turn it off? Yes, here’s a link to my new post about making clotted cream in the Instant Pot, it works great, just follow the instructions exactly! I did the process exactly as I read in the recipe. Reply. Thank you! Thank you thank you thank you! you talked about using leftover for oatmeal…it would have been helpful is you had specified what exactly you were skimming and calling leftover. Good luck! Just put it on yogurt for eight hours? Someone mentioned eating it on crackers so I might try it that way. When my husband and I woke up to make brunch my husband “turned the oven on” to 400 – this is around 1pm. I got the cream from the health food store and instead of using the oven I use my Salton yogurt maker and it worked perfectly. Overall 5 star rating, the recipe is right on. Who knew the subject of clotted cream could evoke such passion amongst people. if so, would covering it with plastic wrap (directly on the cream) stop that problem? I wanted to see if I could make clotted cream in this puppy. Clotted cream is such wonderful stuff, isn’t it? The high tea was memorable! Looks soooo good! what a fun time at the most gorgeous place ever. My questions however are …. With my first attempt, my clotted cream was quite thick and had an unfortunately sour taste. As for scones .. I’ve never liked them. The yogurt maker will be my next experiment! Famously from the southwest English counties of Cornwall and Devon, clotted cream is an essential ingredient for a traditional British afternoon tea. I’m planning on bringing this in for my English final dressed as Hamlet Sr. So glad I’m able to make this from scratch! Here are several tips for making better clotted cream. It’s the wrong colour, and has a funny caramel taste to it (sort of burnt). This works best with good quality cream, preferably from grass-fed cows with a fat content of between 36% to 40%. And it’s easy to make! i make clotted cream mixing 2 liter of full cream with 2 little 3.5% milk place on top of oven on high heat till it comes on top remove cover with lid ,cover eith lots of blankets for 24 hours the remove cover place in fridge for 24 hours , you will have clotted cream ,remove ,then you can make a yogurt from the leftovers milk. do i need to start over completely? The key thing is NOT to stir it when it comes out of the oven. And I ended up with it brown and tough on the top and completely liquid on the bottom. Do you happen to know if there is another setting that will do the same thing? I used to do the pastries for afternoon and Sunday tea serving along with the “club room” daily tea at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena (which used to be the Ritz Carlton). I spent a good deal of my youth living in Devon and cream teas were one of my faves. Can I get it in the Seattle area? That’s what I use, Laurie, I get it at Whole Foods. It’s what heaven would taste like should heaven have a taste, I thought. I finished first batch yesterday and it appears to have turned out perfectly. If you just skim off the thick top you’ll wind up with a very thick clotted cream, but if you are left with some liquid you can also mix it in, and it will firm up as it chills. He doesn’t remember entering the kitchen when he got off the couch to come to bed, but if the oven was off before he “turned it on” to preheat it for brunch, then he did turn it off. First I would like to thank you so much for sharing this great recipe. Do I need to adjust cooking time? Cut a hole in a corner of the cream and pour the liquid into the colander. The pan with cream was heating in my oven for so long that the oven shut itself off. 2 little what? Serve immediately or chill – it holds well and freezes well. I have placed it back in the frig hoping that the extra liquid will get absorbed. The way an oven works is that the heat turns on for a while, then when the temperature is hot enough in the oven, then the element turns off until the temperature falls below some level. Cheers!!!! So I Iowered it to where I thought 180 might be. It was in the oven overnight. If you love to eat, you’ve come to the right place because I dish it up fast and fresh here at TVFGI. I have personally done this and it works just fine. And if so, when? You have to admit the name is not appetizing, but the result is absolutely delicious!! Hi, This one failed but my husband bought me enough cream for 3 more batches. She will thank you for inspiring me! I was able to find Anderson Dairy heavy cream which is not ultra pasteurized at my local Albertsons. It really makes a fantastic clotted cream though. I tried ultra-pasteurized heavy cream in the yogurt maker, too, just to experiment. of mascarpone cheese and bring to room temperature. I’ve never done that, but you could flavor it Elle, just mix it into the finished cream. Sounds perfect David, and it is good to know that ultra pasteurized cream will work if necessary, Happy Holidays! It sounds like my yogurt maker has the same type of container, it holds one quart of the heavy cream. And it was delicious. At this point, you can use as is or gently strain it for several hours using a coffee filter in a sieve over a bowl. Many stores only sell ultra-pasteurized cream, so you have to search a bit for regular cream. Unpasteurized cream is “raw” cream, and you can usually get it from local dairy farms if you have any nearby. Also check the size of your container, the pan shouldn’t be too large or the cream will be too shallow. So we had both and I had about 1 cup left over to enjoy to myself! Before I read your blog, I purchased Ultra Pasteurized heavy cream. Ah, good to know, I’ll go stir it real good… then get some scones in the oven stat!! But at least Midwest cows came a good approximation! I thought I failed. I went to put it into jars and the cream didn’t clott. It was thick, raised and very little liquid… would it take that quick to make clotted cream? Under the crust there was still a good bit of liquid but also solid cream. All the recipes I have read end up, having half the cream still liquid. I had tea in so many shops I lost count. I followed the directions completely. my grandmother , a Cornish farmers wife made clotted cream every day in a saucepan at the back of the wood stove where it wasn’t too hot. If you have a good recipe for plain scones, I would love to try them. My grandmother would always skim it off on to a cold saucer and save it for me in the refrigerator for an after school treat. 2) The problem that most people describe in the comments is due to the temperature fluctuations in the oven. I didn’t read through all of the comments as there were many, so I’d like to know what size casserole dish to use. 3) The pan with the cream should be covered with foil. Did it turn out as well as your first? Really enjoy their High Tea. It’s marked “gourmet”. ... What's it taste like? Taste it and see. They’re always dry and crumbly, but they do hold up well under the weight of clotted cream, the best part of eating scones. Chilled in the fridge, covered, for probably 8 hours before I scooped it into a jar. Did everything according to the directions and when I took it out of the refrigerator some of it was lumpy like cold butter. So we were in London for Easter of 2012 and had our first Clotted Cream and I have looked for a good recipe ever since! I have never made scones either, but I am a good baker. What a great treat! I think it’s fascinating that butter and clotted cream are essentially the same thing, but with such different tastes and textures! Can I make a smaller batch so it doesn’t spoil before I can eat it! I’ve done it with fresh real clotted cream in the UK – actually kept frozen for several months and tasted great right up to the end. We also made some English scones, smothered in jam. How long does the cream keep after clotting? I can’t imagine how you would have burned anything at 180F Patricia, that’s a very low temp. Your clotted cream looks fantastic, Sue. At the end of the test the directions stated, “Do only the first 20 questions, then put your pens down.” Those non-direction followers looked panicked when, one by one, students began putting their pens down. Joe P. I haven’t tried it yet Joe because my yogurt maker has one large container that is tall and deep and I don’t think it would work…what size and shape is the container of your yogurt maker? My family wouldn’t want me to run the oven all night long so I think a crockpot would be my best option if I want to try your recipe. Thanks Sue for your response! Thank you! Taste cream before you start. Clotted cream tastes like lightly ‘cooked’ cream, but it’s not the taste it’s famous for, it’s the amazingly thick, silky texture! We’d serve big quenelles of it on a platter with fresh orchid flowers in the middle for decoration. I’ve formulated this recipe to use 6 … Preheat oven to 175 to 180 degrees F (80 degrees C). You add about 1/4 tsp to this amount of cream before you put into the oven. It changes the taste and consistency of clotted cream. Jane’s family duty was to making tea every morning for her family and Jane held the keys to her family’s In a low sided saute pan- (NOT a sauce pan- it is much easier to scoop out in a saute pan and you have more surface area for the cream to “clot”) pour in a pint of cream and put the burner on a very low setting. This can be a tricky recipe, but once you hit on the exact method, you’ll be so glad. At that point all that should be left in the pan is the clotted cream, and some thicker liquid that is like thick cream. You leave it on the whole time, Lila, I’ll edit the recipe to make it clearer, thanks! Thanks again, you brought a lot of joy to someone who is missing England! Otherwise, no differences. The unsalted butter layer is rather bland in comparison – so bland that if I am not using it in cooking, sometimes I have to add a touch of salt. I’m sorry it didn’t work for you, Paula. It is a thick cream, with a very high fat content (a minimum of 55 percent, but an average of 64 percent). ? You mention scooping it off. Thank you!! Yours said to leave it uncovered. I came from a farm where we always had cream topping our bottles of milk and mom made our butter, cottage cheese etc. Being a big reader (especially of British mysteries and novels), I often wondered what clotted cream was. Hi, depending on where you live you might try yourfamilyfarmer.com or https://www.naturalbynaturedairy.com/milk-myths. I used a shallow glass baking casserole dish, approx. I did not leave it on the fridge over night, just from morning to evening. I love this, Norma, what a great memory ~ I can just see your grandmother scooping up the ‘clots’ Blackberry jam is my favorite too. Any other ideas what could be going wrong? However, since I live in the L.A. area, will have to give the Biltmore a try. How much clotted cream does your recipe make and how long will it keep in the refrigerator? Sue, is it possible to leave the cream chilling for too long? I put in for 4 hrs 180, then 170 for 4 hrs and finished at 180. Could your oven have been slightly too cold? Do you know if that is hot enough to be safe? I was thrilled to finally have tea and the Grand Empress in Victoria and I have wanted to make clotted cream ever since. Let me know (: Thanks! Thanks, I feel much better now. Hello, I have been trying to attempt to make clotted cream. I’m not sure but it’s a good thought to put it back in the fridge overnight to see if it will thicken up. It also demonstrates that you do not have to keep a steady 180F for a successful result. ), and then put the cream in an Instant Pot for 8:30 hrs. Another thought is that your temperature was slightly too high, which might result in cream that got too ‘cooked’. After about 20-22 hours, I took it out and there was a pale yellow crust (thicker than out of the oven, but still relatively thin) and when I tried to scrape the top, there were very grainy chunks mixed in with the milk. What is the very best method? It was so exciting to see that beautiful clotted cream! Hmmmm, they might have changed it since I bought it, not sure. Yes, you should stir it all together. Last week I was treated by the historic Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles to their classic English afternoon tea. I don’t even know if I can buy cream here in States that’s not U.P. After 12h (or as long as you dare to tend it) turn off the heat and allow everything to cool to room temperature. Clotted cream is a staple on British tea-time tables. I saw the cream and it all said pasteurized (not ultrapasteurized though). Just mix it back in with the clotted cream and when finished- refrigerate. Leave it for 12 hours. I am in the middle of making clotted cream for the first time. Do you think the left over cream could still be whipped into butter? Turn over a corner of the top layer of thickened cream; carefully pour liquid underneath into a container to use for baking. Home » DIY Pantry » How to Make Clotted Cream. Never never tasted clotted cream before so for me it sounds so interesting but I love butter because it’s obviously fat and salt combined so I’ve been asking in my mind there’s no need for a pinch of salt? I believe I could have ended up with more cream if it had stayed in there longer (I did 8 hours). I tried the recipe and not sure what went wrong but wanted to check in to see if you might have some ideas. I just made some and it smells almost off but the cream was within the sellby date? This goes on my list for good. That is a pretty efficient yield! Fingers crossed this works out as I love clotted cream and have a scone recipe at the ready. It has to be litely pasteurized/non homogenized heavy cream to clot up correctly. Thanks for that Sosi, I’ll try it. Wouldn’t it be fun to travel around going to various high teas? Mine turned out the same. I called a local tea shop who made me an emergency cup off Devonshire. Clotted Cream What Is It? Pour the cream into the casserole dish. Some are saying to stir, some say no. The next day the consistancy was like mascarpone, so i used it as such in a batch of my fav dessert. I just got back from England and fell in love with clotted cream. I substituted the leftover cream for the milk in our scone recipe and that worked out wonderfully as well. Milk from them is the best. For those of you hesitating to make this because you can't find heavy cream that's not ultra-pasteurized, give it a shot! Go get that cream, you’re gonna love this! The mouthfeel of clotted cream is like nothing else, and definitely shouldn’t be missed. All I can think is that maybe your oven runs hotter than it says it is, or maybe your container was very large and the cream was very shallow? 0 1. I made my cream in my instant pot. Your oven temp might have been too high. I don’t think it will work with one pint Jackie, you need a certain volume of cream to have it clot. Would i do the same process if i get Raw cream? I bet you’ll give us some interesting perspectives on these recipes, please feel free to chime in whenever you want! I used a generic pasteurized cream. Another person’s instructions said that I should cover my cream as it was cooking. This will help some, but the very best solution is to use a water bath. We LOVED your Victoria Sponge Cake recipe. Worked beautifully as written! You will definitely want to make scones to go with your homemade clotted cream. Should I just try the Whole Foods pasteurised cream instead? So at 8 AM on a Saturday, I poured a pint of pasteurized (not ultra) into a 6-cup Pyrex square dish (uncovered) and let it heat in the little low temp oven for 12 hours while I went about my business. Will let you know! Heaven. yay! I watched an episode about the Ritz in London and they showed the tearoom. 10/11/2009. The other thing to remember is that after it comes out of the oven and cools, it still needs a good while in the fridge to completely firm up. This makes my day! 3 I disturbed the one that flopped ( I had to see if it clotted It’s exactly like many others that I have followed. my mum used to use channel island gold top milk and make this daily for the weekend tea, i have some steaming on the top of my cooker right now, it’s a long process but so worth the wait, Karen. I made clotted cream yesterday and did everything as instructed, and the consistency is perfect, but the flavor seems WAY too salty. There’s no predicting until you try Amanda, good luck! The crunchy brown/yellow bits are a part of it. I tried this and after refrigerating, I noticed the cream separated. This post brought me back. Every normal grocery only had ultra pasteurized but I went to Whole Foods and they had some litely pasteurized, non homogenized heavy cream. It has been characterized as falling somewhere between whipped cream and butter in terms of its richness. Both are superlative … While the name doesn't exactly make the mouth water, the flavor and texture of clotted cream are the stuff of legends. Same end results. The yellowish crust is totally right, Megan, what you do is refrigerate, then stir the whole lot together, draining off any excess whey. I’m up for trying again! I thought i was using the right size pan, but am wondering if i didn’t have it deep enough? Susan I think it’s much harder to do with half a recipe, but if you do try, make sure the cream has a certain depth to it in your container, and maybe cover it while it’s in the oven. So sorry I’ve looked through quite a few comments but can’t find my answer – what size dish did you use? I think the real answer is that the results will vary quite a bit from person to person, so some might stir and some might not. Depending on where you live, it may not say, or your cream may not be routinely ultra-pasteurized. I’m so glad you liked it, Anne-Marie, I wish I had some right now . I am getting ready to make the clotted cream to go with the cardamom vanilla cream scones I will be making tomorrow. My oven does not have a setting below 200, but the results were excellent, and for what it's worth I left it in there for about 11 hours, but 12 probably would've been fine, so no worries if you have an older oven like I do. I had never tried clotted cream before, but had to prepare a menu around the book, Anna and the King of Siam, for a library fund raiser. I feel your pain Susan ~ I too spent time in the UK and developed a craving for this stuff. So I put the pasteurized heavy whipping cream in the oven for 12 hours at 170 degrees (maybe too low? ... 3 years ago. The process you describe for clotted cream is also the same for making a baked sweet yogurt that is particular to the region of Bengal and Bangladesh. Used 1 quart of pasteurized cream from Whole Foods (365 Heavy Cream). Do you think that will be too hot? Fortunately, some heavy whipping and adding cream/mascarpone in tiramisu hid it. DELICIOUS! You could reduce evaporation (and thus increase the temperature of the cream) by tightly covering the pan, but it doesn’t sound like anyone did that. This is just delicious spread on warm biscuits or scones and topped with homemade jam. After cooking for 12 hours, Do you scrape the clotted cream off of the top, or stir it in with the liquid underneath? I haven’t tried the recipe yet. Thank you for your time! That’s such a shame Roxanne. No Blanche, clotted cream is unsweetened! If you’re having the same issue, i would recommend testing your oven temperature with a thermometer so that you can adjust the heat accordingly. It sounds like maybe your oven’s ‘warm setting’ might have been too low, and even though it says it’s 175, it might actually be lower, if you check with a thermometer. I can not wait to try this!!! After all, clotted cream here in the UK is about 62% fat while heavy/double cream is 50%, but the thickness seems like more than that. Now that I think about it, I don’t have a recipe for plain scones, but the scone recipe from Savory Simple that is in this post is very good, and you could leave out the cardamom. ), https://theviewfromgreatisland.com/classic-victoria-sponge-cake-recipe/, https://theviewfromgreatisland.com/instant-pot-clotted-cream-recipe/, https://www.naturalbynaturedairy.com/milk-myths, I used 2 pints of cream, poured them into a baking dish, and left it overnight in a 180F oven (the lowest my oven will go.). 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