On its own as a dessert or to fill cakes and sweet rolls: the orange cream with the Thermomix is not only delicious but also incredibly versatile.
You cannot understand the potential of the Thermomix until you try it: until then, in fact, we tend to look at it with suspicion, thinking that it is just a simple appliance that is a bit expensive. Yet when you find yourself preparing your recipes, sweet and savory , such as orange cream with the Thermomix, everything will be clearer.
In fact, the risk of many preparations is that of obtaining a wrong consistency. You will also have a lumpy or too liquid cream that you have not been able to remedy. Here, with the orange custard with the Thermomix this cannot happen: precise ingredients and coded steps are the key to the success of the recipe. Once ready you just have to decide how to serve it: alone with some biscuits or to fill pies and sweet rolls.
How to prepare the orange cream recipe with the Thermomix
- First make sure you buy organic and untreated oranges as we will use the zest. Remove the latter with a potato peeler, being careful not to detach the white part.
- Transfer the zest and sugar to the mixing bowl and blend 15 sec. speed 10.
- With a kitchen spatula, collect all the powders on the bottom.
- Add the egg yolks , milk and flour and cook for 7 min. 90 ° C speed 4.
- Squeeze the juice from the oranges and add it to the cream, continuing to cook for 4 min. 90 ° C speed 4.
- Pour the ready-made cream into a bowl, cover it with contact film to prevent a patina from forming and transfer it to the refrigerator for at least an hour before using it.
Don’t have a Thermomix? Do not worry, the orange custard is easy to prepare even without and our recipe will help you.
The orange cream can be kept in the refrigerator for 2-3 days, well covered with plastic wrap. If at the time of use it should have firmed up too much, you can blend it with an immersion mixer to restore its creaminess.
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