It is the "old-fashioned" way to make banana pudding and does take a while. Prep and cook time are guesses.
Hello everyone, I hope you're having a fantastic day today. Today, we're going to make "old-Fashioned" Banana Pudding. It's one of my all-time favorite food recipes. This time, I'm going to do something a little different. This is going to be delicious. Prepare the ingredients before making "old-Fashioned" Banana Pudding in your home. Then, follow these steps below to serve "old-Fashioned" Banana Pudding for your family or friends.
1 1/3 granulated sugar
1/2 all-purpose flour
3/4 brown sugar
3 2% low-fat milk
1 sweetened condensed milk
1 lemon juice
2 vanilla extract
6 firm bananas
1 confectioners' sugar
If you have prepared the ingredients needed, now time to start cooking. There are 19 steps you must follow to make "old-Fashioned" Banana Pudding in your home by yourself.
Combine the salt, cinnamon, flour, and cornstarch in a bowl, and stir well to mix. Mash out any flour lumps with the back of your spoon. Set aside.
Mix combine (to make custard sugar, and eggs together well (just use a fork or whisk, but beat them well. in a large heavy nonstick sauce pan pot.
Add \flour mix\, lemon juice, and milk to pan slowly, stirring constantly.
Bring to a gentle boil, heating over a low to medium-high heat, stirring constantly, to avoid scorching,. And when the mixture begins to thicken, add the butter, continuing to stir. Reduce heat to low; bring to a simmer and cook for 1 minute, stirring constantly. Keep boiling, stirring, and cooking, about 5 to 10 minutes, until mixture thickens, reaching a nice pudding consistency. (believe me, you will know when this happens! It seems like it takes \forever\, [Note: If you're working with an electric cooktop, adjust the heat so that it's hot enough to boil, but not so hot that the pudding scorches.] then remove from heat., Remove from heat; and add vanilla, and mix stir in well. Let cool slightly.
In serving bowl, 3 quart glass casserole dish, or a 9 inch by 9 inch baking dish, line the bottom with a layer of 1/3 of the vanilla wafers, and then line the sides with more vanilla wafers.
Peel the bananas and slice into 3/8-inch rounds. Cover the banana slices with plastic wrap to keep them from darkening and quickly make your pudding.
I usually have this step finished before I begin to make the custard.
And place a top layer of banana slices, with 1/3 of the banana slices, in the baking dish on top of the vanilla wafers, enough banana slices to cover the bottom. Don't stint and put one slice of banana per wafer. Line those banana slices up edge-to-edge., Pour, spreading as necessary, 1/3 of the \custard\ pudding mixture, over the banana layer.
Repeat layering, staring with the vanilla wafers, then using bananas, then ending with custard on top.
Place some vanilla wafers around the edge of the casserole, tucked into the pudding.
Note: Pudding will be a bit soupy when you first remove it. Let it cool at least an hour before serving.
Serve warm or chilled.
Refrigerate for at least 4 hours.
Chill deep bowl and beater.
Then place in bowl and beat together until stiff:, 1 cup chilled whipping cream (35 or 40 percent.
1/4 cup sifted confectioner's sugar.
Flavoring, if desired.
Top with whipped topping.
Refrigerate unused portions.
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