You don’t need only chocolate on Valentine’s Day for a good treat. (I write this as we am shoving MM’s in my mouth!)
A fanciful vanilla dessert is also decadent and delicious. Sometimes a many typical reduction can be done into a abounding treat.
Crème patissiere is a French tenure for fritter cream. It is a thick, flour-based egg custard used for tarts, cream puffs, eclairs and Napoleons.
When we was in France many years ago, we remember holding photos of a bakery cases full of these succulent treasures.
This is a movement that uses cornstarch instead of flour, and we covering a abounding vanilla baked custard with honeyed churned cream.
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6 tablespoons cornstarch
4 cups milk, divided
1/4 teaspoon salt
2/3 crater sugar
2 eggs, beaten
2 teaspoons vanilla, divided
1 crater complicated cream
1/4 crater powdered sugar
In a tiny bowl, mix a cornstarch and 1/2 crater of a milk. Set aside.
In a saucepan, mix a remaining divert with a salt and sugar.
Heat this reduction solemnly until steaming.
Temper a beaten eggs with a tiny volume of a prohibited divert mixture.
Pour eggs behind into a saucepan and continue to prepare until reduction steams again.
Slowly supplement a cornstarch/milk reduction to a saucepan, and continue to stir and prepare until thickened.
Take off a feverishness and supplement 1 teaspoon of a vanilla.
Pour pudding into a bowl, press a piece of waxed paper on tip of a pudding and cool until entirely chilled.
In a tiny bowl, kick together a complicated cream, powdered sugar, and a remaining teaspoon of a vanilla until whipped.
Layer a vanilla pudding and a churned cream in parfait glasses, and refrigerate.