Thank you so much for the recipe! How will we know if the item is ultra pasteurized or not? Great to know, thanks so much Andrea ~ I’m going to try it! 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. Tea, High Tea, and Afternoon Tea are all different. Help? Does it matter if the oven is fan forced? Reply. I spent a good deal of my youth living in Devon and cream teas were one of my faves. Do I stir it after removing it from the oven and cooling, before I put it in the frig over night? Clotted cream forms in fresh milk on its own. Trying to make this as a surprise for Mother’s Day. All i had on top was a thin hard layer and the rest is liquid… Am I able to put it back in the oven or will that completely ruin it? As EASY as this seemed, I seemed to of messed it up a bit. Should I plan to use it within a week or so, or does the baking process give it a longer shelf-life? You mention scooping it off. . It is too high. Thank you!! The LA Biltmore is gorgeous. I refrigerated for 9 hours and almost 85% of it clotted up, only had less than a cup left as a runny milkish product. It is so frustrating, Kathy, regular cream has become a thing of the past in lots of places. It’s hard to make a smaller batch because you need the volume for the process to work. The name is definitely strange, I agree…but you will be glad you tried it for yourself, Sophia! You can leave the lid on for cooling. Thank You!! Is it possible you have the cream in too large of a container? I can’t wait to try the clotted cream with the cardamom scones! . Clotted cream is not sweet. What should clotted cream smell like? Thank you! Thank you! My question is how long do I need to leave it before disturbing it again? Clotted cream typically has a yellow crust and it should remain on the top. That took two quarts of heavy ultra pasteurized cream from Brookshires (40% milkfat). ), 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.). Thanks Jackie! Cut a hole in a corner of the cream and pour the liquid into the colander. Your photos of the afternoon tea are wonderful! The lowest my oven goes is 200 degrees. I’m up for trying again! That’s not correct . Just pulled mine out of the oven after 12 hours at 180 degrees. Authentic clotted cream can vary in texture, but can be quite lumpy, and it’s that crusty part that’s the most coveted in England , Have you tried covering the dish in the oven during the 12-hour baking time? I’ve always loved it but have never thought to try making it from scratch. Anyway, I would not recommend buying this. If you happen to come back and see my reply, can you let us know where you found your non-ultra-pasteurized cream? Cheers!!!! Thanks for the delicious idea! . I used an 11x 8 oblong casserole dish, Nayda. 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. Thank you for your quick reply. I used to buy at regular store in Olympia. When I went to scoop it out, it still had a thick crust. Your oven temp might have been too high. I try to modulate the ads so they work for me but don’t intrude too much. It was thick, raised and very little liquid… would it take that quick to make clotted cream? I did not leave it on the fridge over night, just from morning to evening. Some authentic clotted cream is quite yellow on top when it’s ready. But I didn’t mix it together. Another thing, I used the water bath method — just to make sure to keep the oven temperature stable. The Biltmore looks fabulous. I might just try using organic heavy cream since everything is pasteurized these days. This will help some, but the very best solution is to use a water bath. What is the end result like in the pan ? I even bought strawberries to make my scones. You know you’re in trouble when this is good on crackers…no need to bake scones! I don’t think there’s enough butterfat left in it, it’s very thin. I’ve found that the pasteurization isn’t as big an issue as the fat content in your cream. I am trying to find a spot on the dial that hold close to 180 as my temp dial is only marked in 50° increments. I can’t eat dairy anymore, but my husband dreams of scones with clotted cream and jam and it’s always near the top of the list of things to eat when we go home to Scotland! That's why you can't find it at most grocery stores, and why it's exorbitantly priced when you do. I am getting ready to make the clotted cream to go with the cardamom vanilla cream scones I will be making tomorrow. Cooled it for 2 hrs then covered an refrigerated another 12 hrs. You can just layer it into your jar, some people like that part best. I am so disappointed. My oven temperature isn’t the same temperature as what I tried to set it to. I have jars and jars of homemade strawberry jam prepared with berries from my garden. Good luck with your clotted cream Debby! After the overnight in the fridge, the cream is spreadable with a buttery crunchy top, exactly as presented in the video. It is not ultra pasteurized. Love the Fairmont Empress. Hi Sue, So, if I assumed it was about 6 when he came to bed and assume that that he did, in fact turn off the oven, that means this cream got about 10hrs of oven time. How long will it be good for after making? I noticed that the lid was on when you took it out to cool. How long does it keep in the fridge for and what size casserole dish did you use? I just made this and while it rated delicious it doesn’t have that velvety smooth texture and isn’t very spreadable. I just have to try it. Is there a way to remove the yellow crust? works the best. If it maintains an even temp it should be fine. This is Saturday and I have to have it to a tea party on Monday. Please email me your answer. (That’s them on level two of our tiered tea tray.). Hmmm. Thank You, Years ago, before taking an exam, our class was told to read each of the 50 question to the end before beginning to take the test. Unless you have one where you can set an exact temperature, I’m not sure it will work. It’s possible that your oven was hotter than the 170F Jesse. That’s all I can think of, unless it was over cooked, but you say the consistency was right…. Be sure you try it a little ahead of time, Karen, there’s sometimes a little bit of a learning curve and it’s difficult to predict. It looks yucky stirred in. 0 1. OK now I HAVE to make a point to get there, thanks for stopping by Kam . The View from Great Island is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. There is a sort of hardened slightly colored skin on mine when I get it out of the oven, and then I stir it in and refrigerate, after which the clotted cream becomes thick and rich. I followed the recipe exactly. I think it’s fascinating that butter and clotted cream are essentially the same thing, but with such different tastes and textures! I definitely want to try this again and will grab some cream from Whole Foods next time I’m near one! This will keep for at least 2 weeks, and probably longer, Linda. There’s always a sign up form on the right hand side of any page on my blog, Debora, and here’s a link for you Do you remove that thick yellow layer? i just found your blog on Pinterest, and I am so enjoying everything!! I haven’t made any in years, though — but now you have me craving it. No, clotted cream is not sweet in any way, except for the faint natural sweetness of the cream. Then, fold (do not whip) the soft mascarpone into the whipped cream gently but as thoroughly as possible. Thanks for that Sosi, I’ll try it. First, it said to cover the casserole dish, which I did. Yield is back up and we are all happy to have clotted cream with our scones again. I made clotted cream a couple of days ago and it came out wonderful. Use the leftover liquid in your next batch of scones, pancakes or whatever you happen to be making.I like to make Classic Cream Scones with the leftover cream. Just read the labels… if it doesn’t say ultra-pasteurized on the label, you’re good to go. I stirred it together, and pretty much (within 20 mins.) It’s a bit like milk that goes bad. I was wondering thought, how much liquid I was supposed to have left over in the pan. Continue to do this until the cream is gone. Please, fellow foodies, read the directions. I’ve made this twice now, first time I used Raw Jersey Cow cream, and there was a ton of liquid, a small amount of clotted cream, the skin was dark-ish and the cream underneath quite wet. Welcome in Vanessa — it’s fun to hear from an ‘expert’! Do you have any ideas for how to halve this recipe? joepastry says: 12/16/13 at 2:39 pm Do not stir. Thank you! The Great British Bake-Off book from the first series has a fabulous recipe for clotted cream cake. Check it often being sure not to let the butter separate out. Collette, I recently found Prairie Farms’ 40% milkfat heavy cream at my regular grocery store. 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. I can’t put my finger on it, but it’s not good. The best clotted cream is said to have a good, firm crust atop smooth, thick cream. the cream looks silky and sweet and divine. I did have a little skin on one of my batches, I just stirred it in…I think that means the oven was a little hot, Adrienne, or possibly your cream was to shallow?. My husband, a retired airline pilot, tasted it and said “wow, we used to get this on our European flights.” Will 1 pint yield enough for 1 batch of scones? I tried ultra-pasteurized heavy cream in the yogurt maker, too, just to experiment. Looks awful mixed in. It is in the frig and I guess I’ll see if it works. I’m sure this recipe with their cream would be amazing. It’s marked “gourmet”. As it chills in the fridge it just gets thicker. Clotted cream has been described as having a "nutty, cooked milk" flavour, and a "rich sweet flavour" with a texture that is grainy, sometimes with oily globules on the crusted surface. 2) You said that we can use the leftover cream for baking. I’m thinking my oven was too hot. Could you clarify? Your clotted cream looks fantastic, Sue. Perhaps I did something wrong? The high tea was memorable! Hi, I have made this with ultra pasteurized heave cream and it worked, how did this work? Follow “Mis en place.” Then reread the directions. I visited my sister, when she was in South England and the only two things I remember is the awfull breakfast with beans and sausages AND scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam. I think the 2 pints works best, and make sure your oven is at the right temp and not too hot! I make clotted cream a MUCH easier way by shaking the cream in a jar until just before the butter separates from the liquid. I put it in a big glass dish, set my gas oven to 180f, and stuck it in there for 12 hrs overnight. I’m so glad you liked it, Anne-Marie, I wish I had some right now . I feel your pain Susan ~ I too spent time in the UK and developed a craving for this stuff. Really good post — thanks. My experiment made just the right amount of clotted cream and I did not have to tie up my kitchen oven or slow cooker. That can be used to bake with, Elly. Serve immediately or chill – it holds well and freezes well. I put the cream in a shallow pan and it sat about an inch and a half, so I was pleased with that. Clotted cream tastes like lightly ‘cooked’ cream, but it’s not the taste it’s famous for, it’s the amazingly thick, silky texture! If I don’t have 12 hours to let it set in the fridge, can I use the freezer to help speed up the process? (Slaps forehead.) Should I have taken it out after 2 hours? I love this, Norma, what a great memory ~ I can just see your grandmother scooping up the ‘clots’ Blackberry jam is my favorite too. What a lovely tea! It was barely coloured. I finished first batch yesterday and it appears to have turned out perfectly. I thought i was using the right size pan, but am wondering if i didn’t have it deep enough? Interestingly, the constant evaporation of the water cools the liquid A LOT…I never got the water in a 180° oven to rise above 135°, and even when I turned the oven all the way up to 330° the water topped out at 165°. Hopefully I’ll be trying this tonight, so I’ll let you know tomorrow how it works out! Yes, it does, Coleen, and it’s a little bit of an inexact science, unfortunately. Thanks. I make mine in the crockpot. In the morning I let it cool and then refrigerated it for the rest of the day. I made mine in crock pot last night and the side burned and fell into the middle of my cream…help! Maybe that is the source of the salty taste;). Calibrate/check your oven temp. i am going to try the oven method to compare to two thanks for this recipe. Amazing find, thanks for the recipe! I will see what I can do to create a clotted cream recipe with ultra-pasteurized cream! I would add in the directions that it won’t be thick when you take it out of the oven but will thick n when you refrigerate it. My fridge runs pretty cold. I have made it for a friend of mine, who is from England, and she loves it and says it is perfect. clotted cream. you talked about using leftover for oatmeal…it would have been helpful is you had specified what exactly you were skimming and calling leftover. The 1st time I used ultrapasturized and boy was it grainy! I can’t say enough good things about this project, the results far exceeded my expectations and it was absurdly easy. It varies fro batch to batch, Linda, and it sounds like you did everything right! Yogurt is cultured at a much lower temperature. I will make this again. I used a 8 inch round Pyrex casserole. I’m doing a miniature, toaster oven trial run for this, and so far it seems to be working great! 1) Should I stir everything together in the dish before placing the dish in the refrigerator, or should I wait to stir all the contents together after the dish has sat in the fridge for a few hours , right before I place it in the jars? Plain has always been my favorite! I have been scouring the internet trying to figure out if I had done something wrong. what are some uses for the crust? I put in for 4 hrs 180, then 170 for 4 hrs and finished at 180. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I think it is the most used of all the ones I have saved! Put plastic wrap around and put in fridge overnight. I found mine at Whole Foods. Can I leave a candy thermometer in the dish in the oven to verify the temperature is at 180? Thanks in advance! The cream should be about 2 inches deep in your dish, Patricia, and mine was an oval 1.5 qt casserole, about 91/2 inches long. The lactose caramelizes delectably overnight. I must just say though, i'm from England and the jam goes on first and lashings of cream on top of the jam, just saying :-). Keep pouring off the liquid until the part that you see draining out starts to look like thick cream. I have the older model with no yogurt. If yours doesn’t have any thick cream under that crust, you could try putting it back in the oven for several more hours. I don’t know of a way to make the cream ‘clot’ faster, but maybe someone else can weigh in on this. It was perfect! That sounds like you did it perfectly, and the yellowish stuff is part of it, I just stir it all together and jar it. I hope it turns out just as delicious as the last one-yum! I wanted to see if I could make clotted cream in this puppy. Thanks, Ava! Followed your instructions to a T, and we have a tasty, magic jar of clotted cream. I’m so excited to thy it this weekend. 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. It was in the oven overnight. Just don’t wanna mess this up again. The only hard part was finding the non ultra pasteurized heavy cream. If you can find a really heavy whipping cream- with the thick layer of fat on the top- it works great. The tea looked lovely. I have a couple of questions though. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight or until completely chilled. Think I’ll go in search of some non-ultra pasteurized cream! * this is my first time trying to make it. Sinful, yes, but for an occasional treat – lots of fun and good taste. I made this exactly to the recipe and it came out perfect. Many of the questions were repeated over and over again; how frustrating! Keep me posted on your progress, and don’t forget the importance of knowing exactly what temp your oven is actually at ~ so be sure to get that thermometer. …she would periodically skim off the ‘clots’ as they formed on top of the cream of the cream into a dish you’re right absolutely no sugar, this is VERY rich stuff on its own.it is important ,I think, to note that when it comes to adorning the scone with cream the jam comes first I prefer black currant or blackberry jam on the scone and top with as much clotted cream as you can stand …mmm, mmm,good. Turn oven off. We love the Biltmore (in Ashville, NC). What is 2 little 3.5 % milk? Is that pushing it too high? When a skin forms on the top- gently scoop it off and collect in a jar. We are trying some in the oven and some in the crock pot right now. So we had both and I had about 1 cup left over to enjoy to myself! Hi Julie, you want to host an “Afternoon Tea” which was done by the aristocracy, royalty and any other lady of high repute.Tea was served between 3 and 5pm, as dinner was not served until about 8pm at night. It doesn’t say to stir anywhere in your recipe and above the Cornish lady says to never stir???? 4 cups of heavy cream, baked for 12 hours at 180F. That was my #2 mistake, I need to get an oven thermometer for the correct oven temperature. What I did get was all golden brown on top with very little clotted cream. Does anyone have the recipe to make this in a crockpot? Leave for 12 hrs or more. 2. It looks like a really boring sponge, but is actually wonderfully light and very very nice. I’m going to use Press n Seal for the tops as I’ll be giving them as gifts with my scones. After the only British tea place we had here closed down, I’ve been dying to get my hands on some clotted cream. First, I want to mention that I haven’t tried this yet, but I thought I might try to help since I don’t see any other responses yet. Would that have caused the lumps? : ) So I am so happy to learn how it’s actually made. Can I get it in the Seattle area? . 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. My neighbor is from Britain and talks about Victoria cake and how much she misses it- I want to try to pull off a surprise, if i can get this cream right that is. Tamara, I have tried your hob top method and wow it is fantastic! It can be a little tricky, getting the container and the oven temp just right, but when it works, it’s magical, I’m so glad you gave it a try! No clotting at 24 hours, about 1/3 clotted at 48 hours and perfect sour cream at 72 hours!!! I’m excited for you! Clotted cream: English-style clotted cream will also work as a proxy in many recipes that call for mascarpone: While not considered a cheese, clotted cream does carry some of the same flavor notes as mascarpone (namely a mellow, cooked milk taste) as well as a high-fat content. Any way the one batch is in a glass dish in the fridge so we will see how it turns out in the morning. While the name doesn't exactly make the mouth water, the flavor and texture of clotted cream are the stuff of legends. Thanks. Is this correct? Thank you. Confused…. Clotted cream has a unique taste, often described as being similar to a high-quality unsalted butter. Sue please help ours didn’t work at all. I was wondering if you left the oven at 180 degrees or bring it up to then turn it off? I’m planning on giving this recipe a try and I was wondering about the shelf-life of clotted cream? So bummed. Yay! Wonder if that would prevent the skin from forming but still allow the clotting…. If you are unable to find cream that is not ultrapastuerized, get some calcium chloride. ... 3 years ago. 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. Could my fridge have been to cold? I attended a craft fair last weekend here I tasted clotted cream for the first time…I was hooked. My oven is really jumpy. Clotted cream doesn’t last super long, Corina, mine tends to last about 3 weeks. Should have done a trial run. And if so, when? Which is correct. Hi, I just tried this recipe and just now put it in the jars. I’m pretty sure it’ll be great. It was mostly still all liquid, even after I let it set to room temperature and then placed it in the refrigerator over night. But I will give this recipe a go…thanks! Love clotted cream and you know I love scones. Thank you for providing this recipe! Hooray ~ I’ve never seen the type of little oven that you mention, but it sounds like it’s just the ticket for this recipe. It’s really super easy and delicious. Karen, what is the “water bath method” please? I stir it all together and then refrigerate, Sally. I just went to London a few weeks ago and the clotted cream I had was perfect creaminess, not this. You can then use a knife to poke a hole in the top and remove any excess liquid (the quality and thickness of the cream will determine how much liquid you have, in commercial production there tends to be very little). Seems like a big part of it is getting some of the water gently cooked out. Please post this comment as its an important step for others. Then it said to use 170 to 180 degrees, which my oven goes down to 170 so that’s what I used. Fingers crossed this works out as I love clotted cream and have a scone recipe at the ready. I generally use mine up within 2-3 weeks. What did I do wrong? Thank you for an easy great recipe. I was going to make the clotted cream 3 days ago but had already poured only 1 pint of the heavy cream in the glass casserole dish and realized it was too shallow. I didn’t like the brown stuff. Leslie J. Lv 7. Do you ever add sugar to it? The texture and taste of clotted cream can vary, depending on the cream you use and how you cook/bake it, as you’ll see via my experiments below. Thanks for the tip on the cream, and you know, I’ve never tried clotted cream on crackers, Melanie, that’s downright dangerous!! 3) Should I use a slotted spoon to put everything in the jars and just disregard what drips out of the spoon? Tea originated in China so tea lovers or tearooms that offer tea should present it in any way they desire…’un-British’ or not. It just turned out as a hardened yellow disc at the top of normal consistency cream, without anything resembling clotted cream in it at all. But delicious, too! . The yellow part tastes more toasty/cooked, but isn’t smooth like what was under it. It’s one of the unavoidable annoyances of publishing on the Internet, I’m afraid. I had one reader try with only one pint and it didn’t work as well. And not 180C? I find you website delightful, and your photographs are lovely! It’s a little hard to find, but if you have a Whole Foods, they carry it, and Trader Joe’s does, too. Which are expensive and somehow seem like they would not be the “real” thing. As for the crust issue, you might try lowering your oven temperature just a bit, your temp might be a little high, and making an extra ‘crusty’ crust. Be sure to leave the oven on the whole time. I ran to my local Whole Foods today with this recipe specifically in mind. 1 inch cream deep and the oven was on my lowest setting… 170 degrees. The long, slow cooking sort of toasts the cream, which imparts a sweet, nuttiness that I don't think I've tasted in any other preparation. I made buttermilk scones with strawberries (Joy of Cooking recipe with dried strawberries from Aldi), strawberry jam, and this wonderful clotted cream. The yellowish crust is totally right, Megan, what you do is refrigerate, then stir the whole lot together, draining off any excess whey. Hello! I had to try a few times before getting it right. Also I have made a great scone recipe and it said that the egg was optional so I made two batches one with and one without. This works best with good quality cream, preferably from grass-fed cows with a fat content of between 36% to 40%. The flavor is supposed to taste slightly ‘cooked’, but definitely not spoiled. Any ideas?? 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? Can you make this in the Instant Pot on the yogurt setting . Hadn’t had clotted cream since a trip to England in the 1970s. But I was wondering if clotted cream needs to be baked at 12 hours or can the time be shorten? Should I just try the Whole Foods pasteurised cream instead? The cream itself was really thick, I had to pour some the leftover back into it to make it creamy/spreadable. Snowville Creamery products are SO good! The scones look pretty fantastic too – a perfect combination! I just got back from England and fell in love with clotted cream. 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 watched an episode about the Ritz in London and they showed the tearoom. Never add sugar till after fridgerated. My husband has often commented that he would love to try Mrs. McCarthy’s prize-winning strawberry scones often talked about in the PBS Father Brown series. I just made homemade butter, and it definitely won’t be the last time I do! I’m not sure if my recipe has been ruined or not… I put the cream into a casserole and covered it with foil (I noticed in the comments some people talk about the look of the top layer so I did this preemptively). This makes my day! I got to do high tea at the Fairmont Empress in Victoria BC and that was so much fun. 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? Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. 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. Clotted cream has a unique flavor that is all its own, it is light and buttery and oh so creamy. Taste it and see. Thank you! So I am going to give this another try. 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. I have lots of time to practice. Can I add the whey in to loosen it up a little? If it doesn’t taste great, it won’t taste great as clotted cream. Very easy recipe that came out perfectly the first time. To get you fired up about good food! How Do I Eat Cornish Clotted Cream? How to make clotted cream ~ I will say if you don’t want to leave your oven on all night (mine is gas so I was leery). But it was still delicious and so indulgent. I put mine back in the oven for a few more hours not knowing that. The next day the consistancy was like mascarpone, so i used it as such in a batch of my fav dessert. I know I always have to count on an oven thermometer to check my temperature. My question is ,is it necessary to remove the crust from the clotted cream once you have completed the process and placing in your jar? Followed it to a T and it came out beautifully and soooooo delicious. People do tend to get worried before they’ve chilled it, it really does set up nicely overnight. Do you know if that is hot enough to be safe? If you’ve never had a classic afternoon tea, you need to experience it, and the roaring twenties era Biltmore is the place to do it. 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. What I supposed to do with the remaining heavy cream after I picked up the surface like you described?! Yes, you should stir it all together. It will smell similar to milk. Any suggestions? It’s linked in the post. How long does this last if there are leftovers? Any idea what went wrong? Make sure the cream you buy does not hve the word ‘ULTRA” anywhere on the package . There was clotted cream under it, but it was impossible to removed the hard crust. (I really hate to waste) . As some others have mentioned, sometimes a golden brown crust forms and I just whip it up with the rest of the clotted cream and it is fine. The clotted cream looks wonderful! 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