I've been making homemade pudding for about 4 years now - it's so easy to make with a few kitchen staples. My go-to is chocolate but I branched out and made rice pudding, vanilla and butterscotch. Both the vanilla and the rice came out great. Butterscotch is my nemesis - it never turns out right. Mine always tastes floury and a bit gritty.
This is there recipe I used, from Martha Stewart's site: http://www.marthastewart.com/851823/b...
I tried one other recipe (don't remember exactly where I found it) and got the same result - floury taste/grit. I'm hesitant to boil the pudding more than a minute cause I've read that overcooking cornstarch can cause pudding to be runny.
I can't figure out where it goes wrong. Anyone have any ideas or advice? Thank you.
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