Step 1 Take 1/4 cup milk in a bowl and keep aside.
Step 2 Heat the remaining milk in a sauce pan. When it begins to boil, add sugar and mix well.
Step 3 To the 1/4 cup milk that was kept aside, add custard powder and mix well making sure there are no lumps.
Step 4 Add this mixture to the boiling milk and continue stirring to ensure it does not burn from the bottom. Cook this for a further 3-4 minutes, stirring continuously till the custard thickens.
Step 5 Remove from hob and let the mixture cool down to room temperature.
Step 6 Transfer to a serving bowl and cling wrap the bowl to prevent a skin from forming on top.Chop the fruits to bite size pieces, you can use any seasonal fruit of your choice. Place all the chopped fruits in a large serving bowl, pour over the custard and mix well.
Step 7 Cover with cling wrap and refrigerate for an hour. Serve chilled.
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