Baked Golden Beads Layered Pudding - Eggless and Butterless


Last day of our  April BM  Kuch Meetha Ho Jaye....

We had our Sunday trekking breakfast on hill and was left with lots of leftover sweet boondies.  Carried a few home,  had to rack my brains what to do with them, since  hubby does not like boondies.  Googled and found many recipes but after looking at them, created my own recipe.   This was a gamble, but end result was awesome as well as eyesome.   The top was crusty, the bottom layer soft, moist and super delicious.   This is a warm dessert, so if you have any leftovers re-heat it in the microwave for 15 seconds only.  So let's make it together ... come on lets go to my kitchen.

Ingredients
4 bread pieces
1/2 Cup Evaporated Milk- homemade
2 Tablespoons Sugar
1 Cup Sweet boondi
1/2 Cup Milk
4 Pieces Round Kaju Katli
2 Tablespoons  Almonds meal 

15 pieces Cashewnuts

Method
Trim the edges of the break and cut into triangles. Bake the bread for 8 minutes on one side and 8 minutes on the other side till golden brown See Pic




Grease a baking dish , now take a baking dish and arrange the bread pieces in a single layer.




Then add a layer of boondies. 

Sprinkle cashewnut pieces, add a layer of milk mixture and top of these sprinkle almond meal.  



Then again add a layer of bread, boondies , cashewnuts, milk mixture, almond meal. And lastly a layer of boondies and cashewnuts.





Then bake this dish for 30 mins at 180 degree.



 Serve it warm.  Enjoy!!




To make evaporated milk. 



 Take 2 litters of milk in a heavy bottom vessel and let is boil on slow flame till it reduces to 750ml to a liter.  The color will change to but no worries, just keep stirring after every 7 to 10 minutes so that it does  not touch the bottom of the vessel and burn.   I made a this  and stored in the deep freezer, by freezing a cup of evaporated milk at a time, so that when you require there is not need to deforst the whole container (see pic).  Between each layer place a plastic sheet.



Whenever you require just lift the plastic sheet and keep aside.  Slice according the quantity required and keep the remaining in the deep freezer.  This will remain good for 4 to 6 months.






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Labels : Sweets & Desserts, Blogging Marathon, Homemade  



sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

12 comments:

  1. What an innovative dish! Boondi pudding is a nice way to end this month.

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  2. Boondhi in pudding is innovative. Looks delicious

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  3. That sounds decadent and rich. Very interesting way to use boondi and Kaju katli in a baked dish. Enjoyed all your bakes in the marathon.

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  4. Thats a brilliant idea of freezing evaporated milk Sneha.. Btw those golden beads in a pudding is totally new for me, boondis in pudding is seriously interesting.

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  5. This is one of the most common desserts served here in parties, they do not add bread to it, but it's a delicious one.

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  6. Very interesting one..and it is a nice way to end the series!

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  7. that is new to me.. looks tempting..

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  8. This is super awesome.. adding boondis is a great idea. lovely pudding

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  9. Wow Very innovative and good fusion of boondi and bread

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  10. That is such an interesting and unique baked dessert with leftover mithai. Sounds so yumm!!

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  11. Sounds very interesting and innovative, nice way to end this edition..

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  12. What a innovative dessert!! Super tempting..

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