National Vanilla Custard Day is dedicated to a delicious treat that is highly appreciated by sweet lovers from all over the world! Vanilla custard has a delicate structure and a vanilla flavor that cannot be confused with anything else. It is used in many desserts that adorn the festive tables.
There is little information about when custard was invented. Historians suggest we owe its origin to Ancient Rome. In the 19th century, quiches were at their height of popularity.
By the way, this is not necessarily a dessert – the cream can be not only sweet, but also fish, meat and any other. It all depends on your imagination!
Prepare it in a water bath, constantly monitoring the process. If the product is digested, then the substance coagulates and cannot be consumed. The cook controls the consistency by adding a certain number of eggs or a thickener (for example, starch) to the mixture.
- Initially, vanilla custard was not perceived as a separate dessert, but existed only in pies;
- Culvers is a chain of restaurants in America. This place has been serving delicious vanilla custard for years;
- America is the largest consumer of the dish;
- In 2014, a Guinness record was set for eating custard. An American took this title by eating 12 pounds of product in 3 minutes.
How to take part
If you want to try being a cook, check out custard recipes and make it right in your kitchen! Be sure to call your friends so everyone can appreciate your creation. Don’t forget to take photos and share them on social networks.
Attend a cooking class to have a professional share the secrets of making this dessert with you.
No time to cook? Visit your nearest store!
When is National Vanilla Custard Day celebrated in 2023?
National Vanilla Custard Day is observed on August 17 each year.