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  • adj. Containing custard
  • adj. Having a custard-like taste


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  • May I also bring your attention to the comments made by your mates after the body was taken away the death in custardy jokes.


  • Add the diluted besan and on low-medium heat, cook it, stirring often, till the besan cooks into a thick "custardy" consistency. (you might want to taste it to make sure that the "raw" taste is gone).

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Sometimes 'custardy' desserts don't have a pleasing mouth-feel that turns people off.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • The 'custardy' taste comes through very strongly; to me there is a pronounced vanilla flavour even though I only used 1 teaspoon but I did use very expensive extract.

    SHF: Dark Chocolate Custard in Almond Shortcrust Tarts

  • "custardy" (in a quiche-y way), rather than remaining a thick sauce.


  • At its core a pavlova is a meringue nest, into which a layer of custardy-type filling is nestled, and then topped with whip cream, and traditionally garnished with fruit, particularly tart berries.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The custardy portion of the clafoutis was smooth, soft and had notes of both egg and vanilla.

    2009 August | Baking Bites

  • Mine doesn't have any custardy thing going on though.

    Fresh Blackberry Kuchen

  • A scone is much closer to a cookie than a piece of custardy french toast, after all!

    Baking Bites » Print » Snickerdoodle Scones

  • Ideally, a cannele should have a slightly crisp crust and a very custardy center.

    2009 May | Baking Bites


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