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Buttermilk ice cream recipe with variations

Learn to make your ice cream taste like frozen yogurt with this recipe for buttermilk ice cream.
The formula for ice cream has come a long way as there is now a handful of variations ranging from subtle changes to vast changes. Among the subtle ones, the most popular in my book is buttermilk ice cream. It's made just like classic ice cream--it starts with a custard prepared in a saucepan that's then cooled and churned in an ice cream maker--except the milk is completely replaced with buttermilk in the recipe and is added to the base after its cooked. Thanks to this change, the once creamy flavor of the ice cream now has some tanginess to go with it--something you would expect from yogurt if it was frozen. Since it's a subtle variation, however, an ice cream maker is mandatory. Those who aren't into buttermilk and want a simpler way to make their own can try this recipe for American-style ice cream. This variation doesn't require a machine to make or cooking for that matter. Now for the recipe. The recipe Ingredients: 2 cups heavy cream 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 8 egg yolks 2...
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