Fruit Custard | Amita Agrawal
Fruit custard is one of those desserts that I have grown up having. Fruit Custard used to take a prime position in the desserts my aunt would make. From the childhood I had keen interest in learning new things. I have had developed some recipe of my own for Fruit Custard, which is appreciated by many. So here is the recipe.
- 250 ml- Milk
- 3 Tbs Custard powder
- Main Fruits- Apple, Banana, Pomegranate, Grapes, Orange.
- Seasonal Fruits- Pineapple, Guava, Black Grapes, Berries.
Method of Preparation:
- Take 100 ml. of milk in a bowl, mix custard powder in it and stir well until fully dissolved.
- Now take remaining 150 ml of Milk in a pan on medium heat, Add sugar, 2 cup water and mix.
- With stirring once in a while, boil the milk.
- Take prepared custard mixture, slowly add it to the boiling milk and stir continuously to avoid lump formation.
- Stir continuously until the milk turns yellow. (In medium flame)
- Stir until the required consistency is achieved, then turn off the stove.
- Let the custard cool and then keep it in the fridge.
- Serve it with chopped fruits. (for variation you can also add chopped dry fruits)
Notes (do’s and don’ts):
- Don’t use raw pineapple, use canned (sweetened) pineapple.
- Never use papaya or any sour fruit.
Hi! My name is Amita Agrawal and I love cooking and eating new dishes. I am a Travel bug and like to meet new people. I love my family and I always say whatever may happen family always comes first.
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