Caramel custard

Caramel custard

Although they can be lemon too, now we are going to try some caramel custard, with that toffee flavor that we like so much ...

To do them the first thing we will have to prepare is the caramel (You can see it in the step-by-step photos). Then we will add the rest of the ingredients little by little. We will have to be patient and stir constantly until it thickens.

They taste a lot like caramel so it will be the one ideal dessert for those with a sweet tooth.

Caramel custard
We teach you how to prepare homemade caramel-flavored custards.
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Kitchen: Traditional
Recipe type: Dessert
Rations: 8
Preparation time: 
Cooking time: 
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Ingredients
  • 1 liter of milk
  • Yolks 3
  • 3 tablespoons of cornstarch
  • 12 tablespoons sugar
Preparation
  1. First we make the caramel by toasting over low heat and without stopping to stir the sugar with a wooden spoon in a non-stick saucepan.
  2. We heat the milk.
  3. When it is done, add the hot milk little by little.
  4. We stir everything well.
  5. We dissolve the three tablespoons of cornstarch in cold milk.
  6. Next, we add the three egg yolks and, over low heat and stirring, we wait for the custard to thicken, without letting the cream boil.
  7. We distribute the custard in individual cups or bowls.
Nutritional information per serving
Calories: 120

 


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  1.   Nuria said

    It must be said that the cornstarch, as always, must be dissolved in cold milk before adding it to the mixture. If not, there will be lumps.