Fruit Custard Recipe: Flavorful fruit custard is the best option for dessert in the birthday party
Whenever a birthday party or function is organized in the house, sweets are definitely included in the food list. In such a situation, it is thought that what should be made different in sweet, which will be liked by everyone from children to elders. So in such a situation, you can try fruit custard which is full of nutrition and taste.. It can be made very easily at home. So let's know about its recipe...
-Milk - 1 liter
-Custard Powder - 2 tbsp
-Apple chopped - 1
-Pomegranate - 1
-Kiwi - 1
-Grapes - 14-15
-Cashew - 10-12
-sugar - as per taste
Method Of Making:
- To make fruit custard, first cut the apple and kiwi into small pieces. After this cut the grapes into two pieces. Now take pomegranate and peel it and take out its grains in a bowl. Apart from this, if you want to include any other seasonal fruit in fruit custard, then you can do it. Now take out half a cup of cold milk and put the rest of the milk in a vessel and put it on the gas to boil. Boil milk on low flame and add sugar as per taste.
- Now add custard powder to half a cup of cold milk that has already been removed and mix it well. During this, when the milk comes to a boil, then add the custard to the cold milk by making a thin stream. Keep stirring it with the help of a spoon. During this, keep the flame of the gas slow. By stirring the milk continuously with a spoon, it will not stick to the bottom of the vessel. Boil the milk till it becomes thick. It will take 5-7 minutes for it to thicken.
- When the milk becomes thick, take it out in a bowl and keep the bowl in cold water and cool it while stirring it with a spoon. This will prevent the cream from settling on the milk. When the milk cools down, add all the chopped fruits and mix it and keep the custard in the fridge for 45 minutes. After the specified time take out the fruit custard from the fridge. Your delicious and refreshing fruit custard is ready. Garnish it with some pomegranate seeds before serving.