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Bring to the boil, then turn off the heat, cover the pan and leave vanilla to infuse 10 minutes.
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Pour the hot milk onto the egg yolks + sugar and mix well.
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Wash the pan, and pour the mixture back into it through a fine
to eliminate any small impurities which are left.
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Put on medium heat, and cook while stirring continuously, scraping the bottom of the pan with a
To start with you will notice that the mixture doesn't "glaze" the maryse or the
But when custard is cooked, it "glazes" the
. This happens after about 10 minutes.
Be careful during cooking: the custard should never boil, otherwise it will go lumpy... If unfortunately this happens to you, take off the heat immediately and
for a few seconds.
Other way to be sure of good texture, use a
and stop cooking at 180-185°F (82-85°C), never more.
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When ready, take off the heat and plunge the bottom into a little cold water (in the sink will do fine) to stop cooking, leave to cool, stirring from time to time.
When cold, your crème anglaise is ready.
Your crème anglaise will be better if you use full-cream milk.
If you have too many egg whites, you can make
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