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What is custard?

Custard is any of a variety of food preparations based on a mixtureof milk or cream, and egg yolk. Varieties of custard include cremeanglaise, a pouring sauce, to crème pâti (MORE)
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What are custard cups?

They are small containers that are good for a lot of things like cooking custards, snacks and preparing ingredients. They are usually very durable (oven, microwave, freezer et (MORE)
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How is custard made?

Basic Baked Egg Custard from my grandma's handwritten cookbook, c1900: 3 eggs 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 cup sugar 2 cups scalded milk* Preheat oven to 350 d (MORE)
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What does custard powder do in custard?

Thickens (it's mainly cornflour), adds colour (yellow), adds vanilla flavor. You can make custard without it, but you'll need lots of eggs, vanilla and cornflour (sometimes).
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How can you thicken custard?

And some cornflour! it really works or you can cook it for longer and keep stirring it then it should suddenly thicken up like cream does when its stirred fro a few minutes! (MORE)
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What is tubby custard?

A pink diarrhea like substance that is ate by the teletubbies (a cbeebies programme) along with tubby toast.
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Where is custard found?

Mixtures of milk and eggs thickened by heat have long been part of European cuisine. Custards baked in pastry (custard tarts) were very popular in the Middle Ages, and are the (MORE)
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What do you do when custard curdles?

throw it out. Typically custard curdles because the eggs weren't tempered when mixing with the hot milk. ALWAYS add the scalded milk a spoon at a time to the egg yolk/sugar mi (MORE)
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What is the custard?

A custard is a sweet dessert made of eggs, milk(or cream), sugar and flavoring like vanilla and nutmeg which is baked in the oven in a bain-marie (water bath) until the custar (MORE)