Last week, my little boy opens the fridge for dessert and says "no, but there's nothing in this fridge for dessert." Surely there is something to delight me, take a look to check your bad faith: homemade compotes, creamy vanilla yogurtspancakes
Ok, he lacked creams or custard for dessert. Since I boycotted his industrial version, he loves them! Especially since I found a recipe that works wonderfully on my multiple delights and that gives creamy flakes, not too sweet and really delicious.
And don't tell me it's long and complicated: the preparation time is 5 minutes, even for the dishes of a saucepan, a jug and a whisk!
The only thing a little worse than the industrialists is that the release is not so perfect, especially if you do it suddenly … you have to pass the tip of a knife everywhere to release them more cleanly. Look at the photo below, it's better!
But the level of flavor is higher! To perfect the aesthetic side of the blanks, you can pass the preparation through a sieve to remove small bubbles from the egg mixture.
Express multiple delicacies vanilla custards
1/2 liter of semi-skimmed milk
50 g brown cane sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
6 teaspoons liquid caramel
Divide the candy among the 6 jars of the multiple delicacies. Add water to the maximum level in the tank.
Beat the eggs, vanilla and sugar in a jar.
Heat the milk in a saucepan. Stop just before boiling.
Pour the milk over the eggs, mix, beating vigorously.
Pour into jars, over caramel. Put the lid on multiple delicacies and program in the dairy dessert mode (mode 4 on the espresso) for 40 minutes of cooking.
Close the jars, let cool and refrigerate before testing.