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from US 8 egg yolks 1 liter milk 200 gr. sugar 1 dessert spoon cornflour 1 stick of cinnamon ground cinnamon 1. Put the milk in a saucepan with the cinnamon stick and heat. Save a small glass of cold milk. 2. Beat the egg yolks with the sugar. Dissolve the cornflour in the cold milk, stir well and then add to the eggs and sugar. 3. When the milk is starting to boil, remove the cinnamon stick and add the mixture of flour, milk, eggs and sugar. Stir well over the heat until the custard thickens. Don't boil. 4. Put the natillas into individual bowls or dessert glasses. Sprinkle with a little cinammon powder. Many Spanish cooks add a biscuit to the natillas mixture when they are pouring it into the individual bowls. The biscuit sometimes rises and as the natillas cool, becomes soft. A bit like a Spanish version of stale cake in English trifle. If you want to do this, choose a plain biscuit (the Spanish "Maria" biscuits are what Spanish people use).

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(posted January 5, 2010)

from US

8
egg yolks
1
liter milk
200 gr.
sugar
1 dessert spoon cornflour
1 stick of
cinnamon
ground
cinnamon

1. Put the
milk in a saucepan with the cinnamon stick and heat. Save a small glass of cold milk.

2.
Beat the egg yolks with the sugar. Dissolve the cornflour in the cold milk, stir well and then add to the eggs and sugar.

3. When the
milk is starting to boil, remove the cinnamon stick and add the mixture of flour, milk,
eggs and sugar. Stir well over the heat until the custard thickens. Don't boil.

4. Put the natillas into individual bowls or dessert glasses. Sprinkle with a little cinammon powder.

Many Spanish cooks add a
biscuit to the natillas mixture when they are pouring it into the individual bowls. The biscuit sometimes rises and as the natillas cool, becomes soft. A bit like a Spanish version of stale cake in English trifle. If you want to do this, choose a plain biscuit (the Spanish "Maria" biscuits are what Spanish people use).



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