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Recipe courtesy of Mimi
Boiled Custard
Boiled Custard



Boiled Custard

1 quart milk
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 tsp. vanilla + a little

Can double, triple or quadruple this recipe depending on how much you want to make.

Beat eggs real well with electric mixer on high (until kin of thick). Add sugar gradually while beating more. Gradually add milk, beating slowly, then pour in pan. (Do not add vanilla at this time)

Cook very slowly, stirring almost constantly until desired thickness (when you put a little in a spoon and cool a little and it seems to be thickening - remembering it will thicken more after refrigerated. On a candy termometer it should register about 185 degrees. Remove from burner and to add vanilla - put a little custard in small bowl and add vanilla to it gradually while stirring. Then add that mix to large container of custard gradually, stirring well. Let cool and ten refrigerate until well chilled. Store in glass jars with lids.
   
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