Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes
Total time: 20 minutes
2 cup milk
2 or 3 tbsp sugar
1 apple- medium-sized
1/2 mango- large
1 banana - medium-sized
Heat milk in a wide pan.
Add sugar and stir until it dissolves.
Meanwhile, add the custard powder to a small cup.
Then pour 3 to 4 tbsp of milk to it. Stir well. Make sure it is free from any lumps.
When the milk turns hot, pour 2 tbsp of the mix to the hot milk. Stir it.
Repeat adding little more and stir well. Pour the rest of the milk and stir well to prevent lumps.
Keep stirring and cook on a low to medium. Heat until the custard turns thick.
The custard must coat the back of the spoon well but must be of runny consistency.
Switch off the stove and whisk the custard well to make it smooth.
Cool this completely and refrigerate it.
Then peel and chop the fruits and add them to a serving bowl.
Pour the custard over the fruits and gently mix.
Serve vanilla fruit custard immediately.
Custard powder is fundamentally cornflour. Cornflour is a strained source of carbohydrates and energy. It is excellent when taken in self-control as a part of a nutrient heavy diet. Cornstarch is used to emphasize the basic highly processed carbohydrate. It packs about thirty calories or seven grams of carbohydrate per tablespoon. There’s no protein, fat, vitamins, minerals or fiber.
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