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Eggless Indian Fruit Custard recipe

Today's recipe is an incredibly simple to make,quick, healthy and delicious for a party, kitty,festivals, iftar, suhoor and for some sweet treat day and it is non other than Fruit Custard. 
And this is my recipe which i frequently make during Ramadan as it is quick to make and have fruits and nuts to gobble up which in turn a healthy treat during Iftar and Suhoor. 
This month MFB challenge is to cook a recipe for Ramadan and immediate thing which i got in mind was custard. I make this so often and i never thought of capturing this simple yummy dish and  posting it. So finally it is here now.... check out the ingredients and steps below.

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Level: Easy
Cook Time:10 mins
Cooling Time: minimum 30 mins
Makes: 2-3

1 cup: 250ml
1 tablespoon: 15ml
1 teaspoon: 5 ml

Ingredients

Milk: 2 cups(500ml)
Sugar: 1/4 cup
Custard Powder: 3 tablespoons
Cardamom pods: 2 crushed
Crushed Nuts: 1/4 cups (i used almonds and cashews) --optional
Fruit chopped: 1 cup ( as desired)


Directions

Take a thick bottom pan and add few tablespoons of water and then add milk(this will prevent milk from sticking to the bottom). Bring milk to boil and then add sugar, chopped nuts.
In separate bowl add custard and few tablespoons of water to form a non lumpy mixture.
Once sugar dissolves then add custard water mix to the milk mixture and cook until the whole mixture turn thick keep stirring, otherwise the mixture becomes lumpy and stick to the bottom.
Now turn the heat and keep the custard mix aside and keep it in fridge until custard is chilled.
Just before serving add the desired fruits to the custard and serve chilled.

#FruitCustard   is going to be part of #MFBC18



3 comments:

  1. looks yummy, never had custard with pomergranate though should try it .

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  2. Sometimes even we make custard during Ramadan to eat it after the Taraweeh prayers..Yours look so good and yummy!

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  3. Custard feels like a universal favorite for Ramadan... if you have no clue what to do, then make custard, isn't it? :) Those bowls look so delicious...

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