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Given the small amount of milk used, any need to contact plastic wrap to the surface to prevent a skin?

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I have a question about step 4 on the recipe "Cinnamon Chocolate Pudding with Sea Salt" from CRS. It says:

"Pour into ramekins and refrigerate for a couple of hours."

asked by Woodside over 2 years ago
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Amanda Hesser

Amanda is a co-founder of Food52.

added over 2 years ago

I would cover them but wouldn't allow the plastic wrap to come in contact with the surface of the pudding.

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added over 2 years ago

I should also add, that actually that was a mistake in the recipe input. I accidentally chose teaspoon in the dropdown instead of cup because it was right below! Thanks for pointing it out and I've changed it. I actually like a skin on my pudding, so I don't cover them, but if you want to avoid a skin, you can put plastic wrap on the surface.