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Custard topped with crushed almonds
Published On: 27 Apr 2011
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hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
For preparing almond-custard brulee, soak the agar-agar in 3/4 cup of cold water for 3-5 minutes and cook it on low flame till it dissolves.
Boil the milk and sugar. Add the custard paste to it. Continue cooking until you get a smooth sauce.
Add the dissolved agar-agar to the custard and boil again for 2 minutes.
Filter the mixture and let it cool slightly.
Add half the almonds to this custard and mix well.
Pour this mixture to the serving cups and freeze it till firm.
Heat the sugar in a pan with 1 tbsp of water in medium flame till the sugar melts and turn light brown in color and caramelized.
Pour the caramel over the set custard and garnish with almonds on top.
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