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What is the mixture of mascapone suppose to look like when finished, mine just looks a lumpy yellow mess.......
Depends what sort of recipe you're using but mine looks like thick cream...
Mine too like thick cream or custard
perhaps keep stirring
lumpy custard, but doesn't taste lumpy?!
Please give your recipe. Thanks
what are you mixing the mascapone with
my top tip is to used carton ambrosia and mix that with the mascapone, it has a fantastic consistency and really hold together well.
hmmm... about time I made some I think
If you have horrid lumps best get the electric beaters to it for a minute
only prob is it is DH receipe and is in his head not written down
If you can wait till 4.15pm I can ask him
hopefully someone else will be able to give you one before that
i haven't any custard in my recipe, it's one of delia's, anyone tried it?
double cream mixed with mascapone
and layers of custard
soak sponge fingers in very very strong coffee
I have a "cheats" version which is really easy - we call it tirami-psuedo
I put anything lumpy like that (my custard springs to mind) through a sieve and presto! No lumps. You'll have to smoosh the mixture through with a wooden spoon, though. And you have another thing to wash....
DH uses tin custard
or now you can buy a litre in carton
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