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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Fruit Custard-Mixed Fruit Custard Recipe-How to make Fruit Custard

Fruit custard is one of the easiest dessert and also very tasty and healthy. Kids will love this and it is a nice way to sneak fruits in their diet. It can be made for any occasions. Today we will learn how to make fruit custard following this easy recipe.

fruit custard

How to make Fruit Custard (Indian style)

Fruit Custard

 Prep Time : 15 mins
 Cook Time : 10 mins 
 Serves:3-4
 Recipe CategoryDessert
 Recipe CuisineIndian
 Author:

   Ingredients needed

   Vanilla flavored Custard powder - 2 tbsp
   Milk - 3 tbsp for mixing custard powder
   Milk - 500 ml (2 1/2 cups)
   Sugar - 50 grams (1/4 cup) or as required
   Mixed fruits - anything of your choice


Preparation

Cut all the fruits into medium sized pieces. You can use any fruits of your choice like banana, apple, pineapple, papaya, musk melon, chikoo/sapodilla, pomegranate, pear, kiwi,grapes (seedless), strawberry etc. Avoid watermelon as it oozes water.

Method

Mix 2 tbsp of Vanilla custard powder with 3 tbsp of warm milk and make a smooth paste without any lumps. Your custard paste is ready.

Boil 2 1/2 cups of milk , add sugar to it.

Add the custard paste to the milk and cook stirring continuously until it becomes thick.

After it comes to room temperature, refrigerate it. Once it cools, it will become a little thick.

Cut fruits of your choice. You can use any seasonal fruits or mixed fruits.

Before serving, arrange the fruits in a bowl or cup and pour cold custard on top of it.

Serve Chilled.

Note - Mix fruits to custard only before serving.

Meet you all again with more interesting recipes and tips, until then it is bye from Padhu of Padhuskitchen.

31 comments:

  1. Hey Padhu,

    Pongal nalvaalthugal dear!!Yummy fruit custard...Drooling here!!:)Send some entries to my soup event also!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  2. Custard is looking delicious... I love custard..nice way to sneak all the fruits in my lil one's tummy :)

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  4. looks yummmmmmmm ! seasons greetings, a very sweet pongal to u & family !

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  5. Custard looks very tasty n mouth watering..

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  6. My favourite custard, havent had since a long..u r tempting me with ur clicks;.

    Happy Pongal wishes to you and your family..

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  7. Fruit custard looks delicious.

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  8. You are an amazing photographer, the pictures have come out so well! It reminded me of those days when I used to make custards so often. Your post makes me want to start that routine all over again. thanks!

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  9. Your custard looks nice...a fav in our home...

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  10. custard looks so tempting...superb...and awesome pics too..

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  11. looks perfect and delicious..love your site..

    love to follow you

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  12. Very nice. I want to know the process for making veg and non beg soup

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  13. it helped me 2 impess my mom,
    THANX...

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  14. Hey nice recipe.
    I usually make d custard a bit thicker and once cooled add in mango icecream for added flavour.then pop in the fruits. U should try it. Turns out great.

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  15. Let me try this and will let u know the experiencs.....cheeerssssssssssss

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  16. wow....... tastes yummy, i love this receipe ... thanks padhu

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  17. Its yummy n gud desert n vry easy n simple to make.less time taken n healthy too.

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  18. love ur recipes Padhu...very easy to folow...

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  19. I look for any recipe in ur page and its always there .. So easy to learn too..

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  20. I look for any recipe and its always there in your page.. And it's so easy to follow. :-)

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  21. 50 grams of sugar means how much in table spoon?

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  22. Dear Padhu,
    As per your measurements, 1 cup = 250 ml. So 2.5 cups make 625 ml. Should I use 1/2 litre milk or 625 ml milk for preparing custard. Kindly clarify.

    I always use 250 ml cup for all of your recipes.
    Regards,
    Smeerthi

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    1. Smeerthi - Use half liter of milk. I use standard measuring spoons and cups for all my recipes. For this recipe use 1/2 liter of milk.

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  23. I use low fat milk, Can my in laws around 60's have it twice a week? Is it fatty food

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  24. I have never added warm milk to make custard paste..always cold milk.please clearify abt the milk. Also the quantity of the milk to make paste seems very less..is it just 3tbsp??

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    1. It is done to prevent lumps. We are mixing the custard powder with 3 tbsp milk to prevent lumps, then we are adding it to the rest of the milk.The recipe is very clear, kindly read it fully.

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