Wow! Over the past several weeks I've tried several pudding recipes from this site, including Chocolate Cornstarch Pudding. That is a stovetop recipe, but my family thought this one was better, with more of a cooked rather than instant pudding taste to it. I followed others advice and whisked in a tablespoon of butter with the vanilla at the end. I put it back in the microwave for 3 one minute intervals before it was done. I debated on sticking it back in a fourth time, as it was still not as thick as I thought it should be. While deciding, I whisked it another minute ( I'd been whisking for the minimum 2 minutes after each minute of cooking). During that time it started to thicken up. I'm glad I stopped cooking when I did, as it was super thick by the time I was ladeling it into the last of the four individual custard cups. I think if I had cooked it longer it would have cooled to be near solid. So when in doubt, whisk for the full four minutes before cooking an additional minute. The lickings from the empty cooking bowl were so delicious, I hope this won't be eaten before dinner tonight!
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Wow! Over the past several weeks I've tried several pudding recipes from this site, including...