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sweetened mixture of milk and eggs baked or boiled or frozen

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He must have been a great loss to this country," said Dorothy, who was by this time eating her custard pie.
Bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes, or until the custards are set.
Just before serving, uncover ramekins; gently blot any condensation on custards with paper towel.
Also free from artificial thickening agents which are present in most other lower fat custards.
Having undertaken extensive market research, Zeelandia have developed this new Roma Cold range to provide a more logical and user friendly approach to their custards.
I see puddings and custards as just so much nursery mush, desserts that proper English nannies would treat their little charges to after they've eaten all their peas.
The same factors affect the texture of all custards, stirred or baked.
Test the custards by inserting the knife into the middle of one, if it comes out clean they ar e ready, if not cook for a little longer.
This year, it has followed up that soft serve offering, dispensed from the in-store freezers, with a line of true frozen custards manufactured and packaged in half gallons for retail distribution at the company's plant.
INSPIRED BY JAPANESE AND Chinese egg classics, these delicate, savory seafood custards start a meal lightly and elegantly.
If custards, puddings and such appeal to you, you'll want to peruse this volume.
While some of the foodservice operators prepack their frozen custards on a limited basis (Ted Drewe's in St.
Bake custards in preheated 350-degree oven about 25 minutes or until tops are just set (if baked uncovered).
Mashed sweet potatoes and banana work the same kind of flavor magic in these custards as pumpkin does in pumpkin pie.
Both desserts are luscious, creamy custards made with generous amounts of milk, cream, eggs and vanilla.