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Fruit Custard

 
Fruit custard

Fruit custard is the quickest and delectable dessert that you can ever imagine and is a perfect summer treat.It is chilled light creamy custard sauce and with combination of fruits that you like.You can also add nuts to give an extra crunch.

Ingredients
Milk-3 cup
Custard powder ( vanilla flavored)- 2 1/2 tbs
Sugar- 1/2 cup
Mixed chopped fruits- Around 3 cups
(Apple, Mango,Pineapple,Green Grapes,
Red grapes,Strawberry,Blueberry)


Add 1/3 cup of warm milk and make a smooth paste of custard powder and keep aside.
In a sauce pan bring milk to a boil and add sugar. When it dissolves slowly stir in the custard paste and continuously stir till the mixture thickens. Take off from heat and allow it to cool. Chill the custard for about two hours or till it is ready to be served. To serve add the chopped fruits in a serving dish and pour over the custard and slightly mix. Enjoy!

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Hope you will all enjoy.

Comments

  1. very colorful custard.. like it..

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  2. I always love this custard with fruits.

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  3. Healthy and yummy fruit custard,perfect for the summer weather.

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  4. What a colourful desert looks absolutely delicious!

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  5. Love this yummy and delicious salad..

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  6. Delicious custard and beautiful click!

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  7. Very pretty looking custard. Wont feel like eating it, it looks so pretty!
    My mom makes the same...she also adds pomegranates.

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  8. Delicious custard...Lovely click..

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  9. Hi Suja Manoj ,

    Looks JiLL and COOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!

    Nice treat for our Eyes :))

    Keep on Dear...

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  10. Wow looks so refreshing n delicious fruit custard, it too have this recipe in my draft for long time...

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  11. What a colorful treat. I want it chilled

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  12. A favourite from our childhood; this would be perfect for the scorching weather here!

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  13. My all time favourite, drooling here rite now.

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  14. Delicious and yummy custard...one of my favorites. Very nicely presented

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  15. Perfect summer delight, i made these couple of time to beat this summer heat..yumm

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  16. I am feeling hungry by looking at picture. custard looks fantastic

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  17. wow.. looks so wonderful.. love this custard..very attractive clicks.
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  18. Delicious dessert.. I really want some of it :)

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  19. Very nicely captured. Looks great. And this is a dessert that is ideal after a heavy meal. When you want something sweet, but not very rich. And with tons of fruit.

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  20. hi suja, what a wonderful desert to look at- of course the taste must be delicious with those healthy assortment of fruits. have a great weekend.

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  21. Delicious and colorful fruit custard.

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  23. Suja,

    Fruit custard looks delicious, my aunt is used to make it a lot.

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  24. Woow...thanks for sharing ...just bookmarked it..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  25. Wow..the custard looks so refreshing. Yummy.

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  26. Looks so tempting and delicious. Nice dish.

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  27. Yummy and nicely presented..love the cherry on top.

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