Enjoy this creamy, easy-to-make vanilla custard. Its pleasant sweet aroma complements a shake, pairs well with fresh fruits, and may be consumed alone. 

This multipurpose delicacy is absolutely delicious and enticing.Today, I'm going to share my vanilla custard recipe. 

Although it is not a normal meal for my website, I decided to offer it in response to numerous requests about the sort of vanilla custard I used in my Makgeolli Shake recipe.

In that recipe, I used store-bought vanilla custard (similar to milk wrapped in paper or plastic cartons), which is widely accessible in Australia.

Given how common vanilla custard is in Western cuisine, I was surprised to learn that so many of you were having difficulty getting it.

Your questions took me by surprise! So, in answer to your questions, I've decided to reveal my secret formula. I hope you enjoy it just as much as I do.

The fundamental ingredients needed to make a delicious vanilla custard are egg yolks, sugar, whole milk, and a dab of real vanilla essence. 

 I like to avoid using vanilla flavoring since it lacks the authentic taste that only real vanilla can deliver. You could use a vanilla pod, but vanilla extract is easier to use, stores better, and costs less.

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