Homemade Custard Recipe
Custard is a thick pudding or pap made from corn starch.
CUSTARD comes mostly in orange or yellowish colour and it is usually sold in sachets and in containers.
It can be served both as breakfast and as dinner, and it is usually used as a substitute to breast milk for toddlers after weaning.
WHAT TO SERVE CUSTARD WITH?
People enjoy taking custard with bread, akara, egg, plantain chips, yam chips, biscuits and cakes.
ADDITIONAL RECIPE NOTES
You have to dissolve the custard powder fwith cold water to form a thick and smooth paste. You need an equal part of cold water for whatever quantity of custard powder you will use.
The water must boil before stirring it into the custard mixture.
It is preferably to make the custard thick first before adjusting it, instead of making a watery custard and unable thicken it again.
Milk and sugar should be added after the custard has been made. These ingredients tend to make custard watery when they are added during the initial stage
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DIRECTIONS ON HOMEMADE CUSTARD RECIPE
Pour the custard powder into a wide bowl and dissolve it completely with no lumps with an equal part of cold water
Heat up a bout 2 cups of water on a stove top and allow water to boil.
Just before you stir in the hot water, whisk the custard mixture again. This is to prevent it from forming lump when the hot water is introduced into it.
Bring the hot water off from heat. Gently pour it into the custard mixture, while stirring the mixture with the other hand using a wooden ladle until the mixture becomes thick.
When you notice the custard becoming thickened andthe whitish mixture fading away into deep yellow mixture, pause and stop adding the water.
Stir the custard thoroughlyto enable it combine with the water and become even.
Scoop the custard pudding into a serving dish.
Add some sugar and any milk or cream of your choice to the custard
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