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Custard // 1940s

You can do so much with a good custard recipe. Here's one from the 1940s! The pic above shows us pouring it into a delicious trifle. Yum.
Original Recipe: 'Custard Sauce (Plain)' (Book 6, 1943)
Speed: 10 minutes | Serves: 4-6 servings


  • 14g custard powder

  • Flavouring (such as vanilla essence / bean paste)

  • ½ pint of milk

  • 28g sugar



1. Place custard powder into a saucepan set over a low heat, add in the milk, and stir slowly for about 5 minutes until boiling.

2. Add in the sugar and flavouring, and continue to mix as the custard boils for 1-2 more minutes before using.


Original Recipe for 'Custard Sauce (Plain)'

BOOK 6: Manual of Modern Cookery, 7th Edition (1943) Author: Jessie Lindsay & V.H. Mottram Publisher: University of London Press Ltd. (War-Time Address: St. Hugh's School, Bickley, Kent, England, U.K.)

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