Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Zabaglione custard cream

zabaglione custard cream
Zabaglione
3 egg yolks
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla or 1/4 tsp vanilla beans optional

Beat the egg yolks and sugar with a whisk until the sugar is melted. Place it over a double broiler and keep whisking the egg sugar mixture till it thickens into a custard cream consistency. This will take about 8 to 10 minutes in medium high heat, longer if the heat is reduced. It is important to keep stirring.

There will be some bubbles on top and you will see a beautiful creamy custard colour and it will be thick, then it is ready. Cool completely and place it in the fridge for at least 1 hour before using. This custard can be used for many desserts like tiramisu after it is cooled.

I used granulated sugar. The egg whites can be used for another recipe. This recipe is my version of alcohol free zabaglione.

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48 comments:

  1. This looks so good I think I could eat it straight from the bowl. It would be good on other deserts too, that is if there is any left.

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  2. Zabaglione sounded so intimidating, but then your post makes it sound so simple. Thanks for sharing that,
    Brendan

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  3. Can this custard be used for bread pudding also ?

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  4. thats a yummy dessert...we can our it over fruit or cake!...yumm!
    Smitha

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  5. lovely custard,a perfect dessert for a get togther.

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  6. I love this on fresh berries. You're giving me dreams of spring!

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  7. looks gorgeous and creamy custard, simply delicious.

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  8. Custard looks very delicious and very colorful !!!

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  9. Simplicity at its best...lovely post~

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  10. wow.. fantabulous!! will try this soon..

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  11. Oh my. I know I'm a dietitian but can I please just take a spoon to this? I love custard! Actually, I tend to scoop the filling OUT of things, is that wrong? So simple, which makes me SO happy!

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  12. It's absolutely gorgeous. It would never last long enough to be made into another dish!

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  13. Yum, the perfect sauce for fruit salad!

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  14. I’ve been yearning for some good custard...looks so creamy and delicious!

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  15. Custard cream looks marvellous..would love to enjoy with a slice of chocolate cake, drooling!

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  16. Sounds good.. I had no idea how to make so bought some powder :)) Im sure this home made is so much better :)

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  17. Nice recipe..looks so delicious..yumm!!!

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  18. absolutely creamy and im sure it tasted awesome

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  19. Such a lovely recipe, reminds me of holidays in Italy :-)

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  20. Looks delicious, I made once for tiramasu.

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  21. My favorite cream! it's perfect for everything

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  22. new to me but will try this out.

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  23. I love custard and custard desserts :)

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  24. mmm !
    i LOVE custard!

    i loveee your blog

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  25. wow dat sounds simple but looks amazing dear!!!!!!111

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  26. Im gonna try this yummy and attactive custard tomorrow, lets see how it goes!
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  27. Simple, easy delicious, and versitale recipe! Thank you for sharing and wishing you a great Saturday evening :)

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  28. Your dishes look yum … loved the presentation of the food ! good work
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  29. Zabaglione is a wonderful dessert atop berries and in many other ways as well. The first bottle of Marsala I ever bought was to make this. Your version is as good without the alcohol. Thank You.

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  30. Came here after a long time and i am so glad to see so many lovely recipes...it was a visual treat...all of your recently posted recipes...
    Thanks.

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