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Passionfruit Vanilla Slice

An Australian tradition. Actually I don't know where it comes but it's served in every school tuckshop (canteen) and bakery in the land. This is always popular and is my husbands favourite.

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30mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Preheat oven to 210°C.
  • Line 2 oven trays with baking paper and place one pastry sheet on each tray.
  • Prick the pastry all over with a fork and bake for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Cool.
  • Make the custard by mixing the custard powder, sugar and cream in a heavy saucepan.
  • Gradually add the milk, stirring all the time on a medium heat until the custard boils and thickens.
  • Remove from the heat and stir in the essence.
  • Put a bit of baking paper or cling wrap on the surface so it doesn't get a skin and cool completely.
  • Make the icing by combining the passionfruit, butter and icing sugar in a heatproof bowl.
  • Stand over a pan of simmering water and stir until the icing is smooth and remove it from the heat.
  • Place one sheet of pastry into a baking tin of the same size.
  • You can cut the pastry to fit if needed.
  • Spread evenly with the custard.
  • Turn the other pastry sheet upside down and place on top of custard.
  • Spread the icing evenly over the top.
  • Refrigerate for several hours.
  • The pastry will soften slightly and the custard should be firm.
  • Cut into squares to serve using a serrated knife.
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"An Australian tradition. Actually I don't know where it comes but it's served in every school tuckshop (canteen) and bakery in the land. This is always popular and is my husbands favourite."
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  1. rosslare
    Nice and exotic topping for puff pastry! Might be usual in Australia, but not so for us in Europe.
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  2. kezzaelizabeth
    Yum! It was just great, we double the custard mix to get a bit more depth.
    Reply
  3. dale7793
    An Australian tradition. Actually I don't know where it comes but it's served in every school tuckshop (canteen) and bakery in the land. This is always popular and is my husbands favourite.
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