|Why Is My Custard Lumpy?|
|by Professor Spoon|
Does Spinach Make You Strong? Does Cheese Give You Nightmares? Professor Spoon provides the answer to these and many other vexing questions.
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Mix sugar and flour. Shake egg and milk together and add to sugar mixture. Cook until it boils. Stir constantly. Remove from heat, add flavoring and cool.
Heat milk in ... not bring to boil. Beat eggs ... low heat until custard begins to thicken. ... ready for the ice cream freezer. Fresh fruit can be added.
Beat 8 whole eggs, gradually add 4 cups sugar. Add 1 gallon milk and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Cook, stirring constantly until mixture coats a spoon. Cool. ...
On medium or ... milk. Pour into custard cups or glasses, ... requested! I had a pour and serve breakfast. A shake and bake lunch, and a thaw and heat dinner.
Combine eggs, salt and sugar; add milk slowly and cook in HEAVY SAUCEPAN until mixture coats a spoon (double boiler can be used). Add vanilla and ...
Heat milk until ... and cornstarch. Pour into hot milk and keep beating until mixture begins to thicken. Add 2 tablespoons vanilla. Pour into custard cups.
Combine dry ingredients, ... After mixture thickens, add vanilla and let cool. Beat egg whites and fold into cooked, cooled custard. Top with whipped cream.
Heat water in ... during cooking. When custard begins to coat ... time to time during the cooling. Strain custard when cold, removing spices at that time.
Beat eggs; add sugar and milk. Cook on high heat until boiling. Lower heat and stir constantly with a wooden spoon (do not leave it at all). This ...
Scald milk in ... constantly until thick. Cool and add vanilla. Overcooking will cause custard to curdle. If ... just beat with rotary beater when cool.
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