This is a very simple recipe that I stumbled across when I searched for a custard recipe.
It is definitely fast and easy to prepare but the custard slices are with awesome taste.
It had a strong milk and egg aroma coupled with some buttery fragrance. It will definitely be a hit in a party environment.
It can be served either hot or chilled, plain or with other sauces such as chocolate sauce or strawberry sauce.
WHAT IS REQUIRED
Adapted from: Baked Custard Pie
Servings: Prepare a 8” square baking tin
50 grams of butter
1/2 cup of plain flour (70grams)
2 cups of milk (490 grams)
1 cup of sugar (200 grams)
Pinches of salt
STEPS OF PREPARATION
Lightly grease a 8” square baking tin and preheat the oven to 175 degree Celsius.
- Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend until well combined. Transfer to the baking tin and baked in the oven at 175 degree Celsius for 30-45 minutes or until the top turn brownish. The custard shall be soft but not soggy. If it is soggy, you will have to extend the baking hours. You can also use water bath baking method if you wish but the colour will not be that brownish.
- In the process of baking, you will witness the centre puffing up which is normal and it will level when you take out from the oven. Transfer to the cooling rack to cool completely before cutting with a knife to ensure sharp edges. Best served with some fresh fruits or sauces and as a snack item for tea time.
- If you don’t have a blender, melt the butter, beat the melted butter+ sugar + egg+flour+ milk (either use a mixer or manual whisking), sift to the baking tray and bake.
I believed this should be one the shortest recipe that I have ever issued. Though simple, taste is good. It can be an rather addictive sweet treat ..
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