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Traditional Caribbean holiday eggnog recipe with eggs, milk, cream, nutmeg, vanilla, lime rind and brandy (or Guiness Stoute).
I grew up with eggnog, and every Christmas holiday my grandma would make this eggnog recipe – we kids drank up as much of it as we could. If your Grandma shared the same recipe like my grandma, then instead of Jim Bean she would have used a Guinness Stoute which blends well together with the milk, nutmeg, and vanilla assents. But as food lovers which have try out new recipes even if it’s different from what we know. Do you’ve a special recipe for making your holiday Eggnog. Let’s hear how it’s done in the comments.

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Caribbean Eggnog Recipe Ingredients:

  • 4 egg yorlks
  • 1 green lime rind
  • ¼ teaspoon fresh ground nutmeg
  • 2 tablespoons brandy
  • 4 cup fresh milk
  • 1 small piece vanilla bean
  • 1 small piece cinnamon stick
Caribbean Eggnog Recipe Method:
Beat the egg yolks with the lime rind adding the sugar gradually until well mixed. Remove lime rind and set egg mixture aside. Put milk in saucepan with vanilla, cinnamon and grated nutmeg and bring to a boil over heat. Pour boiling milk over egg mixture stirring all the time to prevent egg hardening. Then stir over low heat to 3-5 minutes to thicken just a little. Remove from heat, discard spices. And brandy (or Guiness Stoute) and pour into glasses and serve with slices of sponge cake.
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