Tuesday, May 19, 2009

CARAMEL CUSTARD


To day while I am cooking Caramel custard , I remember those golden old days of childhood where life seems to be so easy like fairy tales. We through roof top parties in summer vacation and there Mom use to cook some delicious dessert and all we kids and even the elder ones use to relish those heavenly dishes. So I thought of cooking one such old time favorite of mine to celebrate my 100th post for all my new friend followers whose unmatched love and constant support keep me going. What more can I say than-I Love You more than word could say. I Love you more and more each day. Be with me, this friend of yours need you always.
Join in my celebration with this light tasty pudding. I know you all will love it and when you have it remember I have send lots of love so that it become more sweet.

INGREDIENTS:

Low fat milk 500ml
Egg 4
Sugar/
sugar substitute 5tbsp or
according to taste
Vanilla essence 1tsp
Butter/ Diet butter 2tbsp
Sugar 2tbsp for caramelizing
Chocolate sauce for garnish


PROCEDURE:

First of all take the milk and eggs beat it so that the whole thing mix well. Now add the vanilla essence and 5tbsp of sugar beat well so that the sugar dissolve . When the whole thing mix well keep aside. Now in a pan take 2 tbsp of butter and sugar stir until it caramelize.
You can use custard mould but I use small muffin tins I put the caramel syrup on the individual base of the mould then pour the milk mixture. Now cover each mould with aluminum foil then on a slow fire steam it for 40 minutes. Turn off the gas and when it cools place it in a chiller tray. After 2 hrs just press a little bit and turn the container upside down on a plate . Before serving just spread some chocolate sauce over it . Molded rich caramel custard is ready to eat.

BE HAPPY AND STAY HEALTHY.



3 comments:

Fred G. said...

That looks very delicious and very sweet!

Naoko said...

Yummy I just love custard, I remember mom making custard treats for us. Congratz on your 100th post too..

Naoko

CMZ Art/ Rustic Goth said...

The custard looks sooo good...maybe I'll give your recipe a try.