Apologies in advance for the not-Pinterest-worthy photos, it's dark and I'm not going to go styling my food as I'm tired. Count yizzerselves lucky you're getting this blog post at all!
The finished product above. Strained to remove the crazy big seeds.
As I changed some parts of the recipe I'll write mine below. Type As please click on the link to the real one above.
Whisk 3 large egg yolks in a saucepan with 1/2 cup of caster sugar (I whizzed up granulated sugar in a bullet type thing for a few seconds) until blended. Add 75ml freshly squeezed (using brute force with a fork) grapefruits, I squeezed 2 fruits and drank the excess. Add innards of a couple of passion fruits. Add 60g butter, I guesstimated this. Put on a medium high heat (I used no 4 out of 6) and keep stirring until it reaches bubbling stage. Immediately take off heat and strain through a metal sieve into a willing receptacle (not your mouth, yet, this is hot). I used a mug from the dishwasher. Figure it'll be eaten in a day or two so no need to worry unduly about storage.
I the absence of a microwave (and won't be buying another one) I reheated some pancakes over the toaster on a low heat and still burnt the edges. I made these earlier with yogurt, water, eggs, banana, cinnamon, wheat and gram flour and fried in butter.
I spread the curd still warm over the pancakes, added Greek yogurt and sprinkled with organic pomegranate for extra fanciness.
The kids tried some but soon passed them over to me and I was happy to oblige. I had no problem eating two and will probably have two more when I get a chance.
The curd can happily be eaten with a spoon, with yogurt and fruit/granola, as a cake or bun topping or filling, stirred into icecream etc. I'll probably have it on toast. Make this, it's so easy!