Jackfruit custard Preparation
Jackfruit custard Preparation is a solution of varied consistency used for numerous culinary preparations.
Jackfruit custard Preparation includes the mixture of milk or cream and egg as essential nutritive ingredients. Custard solution varies in consistency, that is they exist as a thin pouring sauce to a thick pastry cream used in toffees. Many of the custard varieties are used as dessert sauces and contains sugar and vanilla extracts as the essential ingredients. In some cases, different flours and cornstarch or gelatin is used as thickening agents. In this case, jackfruit custard has a light brown colour and a sweet, yummy taste. The use of cornstarch improves the consistency. Have a look at the ingredients used and the method of preparation of jackfruit custard
Ingredients used for making custard using jackfruit or jackfruit custard
- 1½ cup of ripe jackfruits
- 1 egg
- 2 teaspoon of cornstarch
- 3/4 cup of milk
- 3/4 cup of sugar
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Method of preparation of custard using jackfruit or jackfruit custard
- Heat some water in a pan. Once it is heated to a boil, add the dehydrated ripe jackfruit.
- After few minutes, take off the pan from the heat. Keep the jackfruits in the water for some time, this will help the jackfruit to become soft.
- Once it cools down, make jackfruit puree by adding milk.
- Take out a small bowl, add egg and cornstarch. Using a mixer mix the contents to get a smooth mixture.
- In a pan heat the jackfruit puree and add the sugar. Keep on stirring the mixture and heat it to a boil.
- Take off the pan from the flame and add a few teaspoons of this hot solution to the prepared egg mixture.
- Keep on stirring the egg mixture while adding the hot solution (this will avoid the scrambling of the eggs).
- Add this mixture back into the heating pan and continue the stirring.
- Heat it on a low-medium flame and you can see that the solution will slowly get to a thick consistency.
- Once it gets to a solution of thick consistency or When the mixture starts thickening, we can conclude that the custard recipe is ready.