Recipe by HENRYVG
"An extremely rich egg nog. Not for anyone watching cholesterol! This recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. For more information visit our Hints and Tips pages. "
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1 (750 milliliter) bottle
Forget the rest...this IS the best. If you buy that yellow sludge from the grocery store labeled "Eggnog", you should be ashamed!!! This eggnog is truly a cut above them all, it is thick, rich, creamy and absolutely luscious. I served this to my guests last Christmas and everyone BEGGED for more. I had to come back this year to find the recipe again. Not necessarily the easiest to make, but WELL worth every effort. A new tradition has been added to my household. Thank you, Henry VG...who EVER you are!!!
This tasted really bad!! I even added a BUNCH of netmeg and it still didn't help. to thin and no taste.
Mix the egg yolk mixture into the egg white mixture, not the other way around. Do it slowly and don't be too careful about the folding. it'll work and the beaten eggwhites won't float. We all enjoyed it a great deal, though it makes way more than 20 servings!
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Awesome! The king of all eggnog recipes. Delicious, and really brightens the spirtit ;). Highly recommended for any holiday party, but keep the children far...far away from the bowl.
This is a very sweet recipe. You might have to cut the sugar a little bit.
The BEST, most delicious Authentic eggnogg. Yum.
This recipe was far from what I expected. It didn't even taste like eggnog! More like cream with way too much rum. The rum definitly overpowered the recipe, and I would suggest that you use a lot less then called for. I must have done something wrong, because the whipped cream and egg whites settled at the top and it would not mix in for the life of me. I guess I'm sticking to the store bought, a lot easier and a lot less time consuming.
This recipe is pretty good... a little thick for my liking, but what do I know, I'm the type who always bought mine at the store. Fairly easy to make, just use good rum...
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