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Chef Kunal Kapoor has shared the recipe of Caramel Custard in his social media accounts. Let us take a look at it

Chef Kunal Kapoor’s recipe for Caramel Custard
Kunal Kapoor. Pic courtesy/Kunal Kapoor Instagram account

Born to a Punjabi family in the happening city of Delhi, Kunal Kapoor is now a popular name in Indian television, thanks to his multi-cuisine cooking expertise. Kunal Kapoor is the Executive Sous Chef at Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon, whose amazing dishes and mind-blowing recipes have occupied an integral space in our kitchens. He has also judged several seasons of MasterChef India along with other celebrated chefs.

Chef Kunal Kapoor has shared the recipe of Caramel Custard in his social media accounts. The recipe is simple and the dessert is anytime delicious. In less than an hour you can have this amazing dessert on your platter. Before that, let us take a look at the chef special ingredients and recipe:

Ingredients

• 500ml milk
• 80gms sugar
• 100gms sugar for caramel
• 6 eggs
• 3 ml vanilla extract

Method

1. Warm up milk and add sugar and vanilla extract. Take off the fire. Seperately break eggs and beat them. While the milk is still warm add the eggs gently and whisk together.
2. For the caramel place the sugar in a thick pan and cook till it turns golden brown. Immediately pour a tble spoon each of the caramel in the custard molds. Pour the custard into the mould.
3. Take a deep baking tray and fill with water. Place the custard molds in this water bath. The water should be covering at least 1/3 rd of the mold. Place in a preheated oven at 150c and bake it for 15-17mins. Remove and refrigerate the molds for atleast 2 hrs. remove and demold and serve chilled.

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