Definition of 'custard'
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Combine the meringue and the custard mixture and beat until smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Combining the two to make custard was only a matter of time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Why not hit them with a wet flannel or a custard pie? The Sun (2014)Why is custard powder pink until you add liquid? The Sun (2008)Pour back this mixture and reheat it to effect a liaison like a custard sauce. A Passion for Food (1989)Serve with warm custard or ice cream. The Sun (2014)Add the egg yolks and whisk to make a custard base. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One of our favourites has always been rhubarb pie and custard. The Sun (2010)Serve with vanilla ice cream or clotted cream or custard and a bowl of caster sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is paid to take the custard pies. The Sun (2016)Is it simply an entirely innocent yellow custard that has been carefully dyed to resemble something more toxic? Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was exquisite with sweet custard. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)There was roast lamb, followed by fruit pudding and custard. Seminary Boy (2006)Milk powder added to custard, porridge and white sauces also ups their protein value. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Turn out and serve with fruit sauce, custard or cream. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Once set, make the custard with the remaining milk and sugar and the custard powder. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The fruit has a bit of fire, a real hit of sharp against the smooth sweet custard. The Sun (2012)Bring the cream to a boil again and slowly pour into the egg mixture, whisking constantly until you have a wonderful yellow custard. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Colours include violet, ketchup red, custard yellow and mushy pea. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The dessert has, defiantly, a custard sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Pour the custard mixture into a saucepan and cook over a very gentle heat, stirring constantly, until it thickens. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A revamp of a French classic, with the fruit enveloped in a sweet baked custard. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'custard'
British English: custard /ˈkʌstəd/ NOUN
Custard is a sweet yellow sauce made from milk and eggs or from milk and a powder. It is eaten with puddings.
...a custard with a caramel sauce.
- American English: custard sauce
- Arabic: كَسْتَرْد
- Brazilian Portuguese: creme de leite e ovos
- Chinese: 蛋奶糕
- Croatian: krema od jaja i vanilije
- Czech: vanilkový krém
- Danish: cremesovs
- Dutch: vla
- European Spanish: natillas
- Finnish: vaniljakastike
- French: crème anglaise
- German: Vanillesoße
- Greek: κρέμα κάσταρντ
- Italian: crema pasticcera
- Japanese: カスタード
- Korean: 커스터드
- Norwegian: eggekrem
- Polish: budyń
- European Portuguese: leite creme
- Romanian: cremă de ouă
- Russian: заварной крем
- Spanish: natillas
- Swedish: vaniljsås
- Thai: คัสตาร์ด
- Turkish: krema
- Ukrainian: заварний крем
- Vietnamese: kem sữa trứng
Definition of custard from the Collins English Dictionary
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