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Don't fill your measuring cup this full of milk. No way are you going to move it with out spilling.
Pour milk in saucepan and add your home made custard powder. Low heat. Bring to the boil, while you are singing " when I whisk upon a star "
This is how thick the custard is after boiling for 3 minutes.
The famous spoon test after 5 minutes of boiling . If you prefer your custard thicker add some more powder to begin with or boil on
End result after 5 minutes of boiling.
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Dear natural you are of cause right, this is an attempt to substitute the powder. It can not compete with the taste of custard made with eggs and love. Dear Allicious thank you for your kind words. I just love cooking so much.
Your guides r always amazing Karen ! So easy and tasty ;) Thanx
I've only ever known home made custard to be made with egg... I'm intrigued, will give this a shot!
It is not silly. I split it up so there would not be too many steps in one guide.
If you can't find it : 1c sugar, 1/4c low fat milk powder, 1/4c corn starch, 1tsp salt, 2 vanilla pods split pods scrape out seeds. Mix all. Will keep up to 3 years.
Ooops silly me!! I found it!
Look for the guide " how to make custard powder"
Home made custard powder
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