custard powder


custard powder
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English-Russian dictionary of culinary. 2014.

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  • custard powder — noun A flavoured preparation containing cornflour, etc for using with milk and sugar to make custard • • • Main Entry: ↑custard * * * ˈcustard powder 7 [custard powder] noun uncountable …   Useful english dictionary

  • custard powder — /ˈkʌstəd paʊdə/ (say kustuhd powduh) noun a commercially produced powdered mixture used as a base in making custard …   Australian English dictionary

  • Custard cream — biscuit You may also be looking for buttercream. A custard cream is a type of biscuit popular in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Its structure is that of a sandwich, with a fondant centre between two flat biscuit layers. The filling tastes of… …   Wikipedia

  • Custard — This article focuses on egg thickened custards. For versions based on custard powder and their derivatives, see Bird s Custard. egg custard redirects here. For the egg custard tart, see egg custard tart. For other uses, see Custard… …   Wikipedia

  • Custard (disambiguation) — Not to be confused with the name Custer . Custard is the name given to a range of preparations based on milk and eggs, thickened with heat. Custard can also refer to: Bird s Custard (or generically custard powder), a type of eggless custard… …   Wikipedia

  • custard — n. 1 a dish made with milk and eggs, usu. sweetened. 2 a sweet sauce made with milk and flavoured cornflour. Phrases and idioms: custard apple a W. Indian fruit, Annona reticulata, with a custard like pulp. custard pie 1 a pie containing custard …   Useful english dictionary

  • custard — ► NOUN ▪ a dessert or sweet sauce made with milk and eggs and thickened with cornflour, or milk and a proprietary powder. ORIGIN originally crustarde or custarde, denoting an open pie containing meat or fruit in a sauce thickened with eggs: from… …   English terms dictionary

  • custard — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ banana, caramel (AmE), egg, vanilla ▪ frozen (AmE) ▪ creamy, thick ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • powder — pow|der1 [ˈpaudə US ər] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: poudre, from Latin pulvis dust ] 1.) [U and C] a dry substance in the form of very small grains ▪ curry powder ▪ talcum powder ▪ Grind the sugar into a powder . ▪ The paint …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • powder — 1 noun 1 (C, U) a dry substance in the form of very small grains: Grind the sugar into a powder. | Zara put down some insect powder to kill the ants. | milk/custard etc powder (=food that is stored as a powder and which you add water to in order… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • powder — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ fine ▪ chilli/chili, cocoa, curry, milk, protein ▪ baking ▪ soap …   Collocations dictionary