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Showing posts with label Pudding. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pudding. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pudding. Show all posts

Bread & Butter Pudding#BakingBloggers

British Bread Pudding is different from other Bread and Butter Pudding. The British version bread pudding can be sliced and served.
Today is our posting for Baking Bologgers and the theme is British Baking our host and creator of this group is Sue Lau

Serves 3 to 4
Ingredients

4 Big Slices White Bread
1/4 Teaspoon Freshly Grated Nutmeg
50 Grams Butter
1/3 Cup Golden Raisins
4 Tablespoons Heaped Sugar
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence
2 Eggs
500 Ml Milk

Method 
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C. Grease a square or rectangle dish well with butter.
In a bowl beat the eggs, add the vanilla, give it a stir and keep aside.
In a saucepan, gently heat the milk, but do not boil. Add the sugar, stir it till it melts. Set aside. Slowly pour the warm milk over the beaten eggs, whisking continuously, until all the milk is added. 
Strain this mixture. Keep aside.
Cut bread into triangles. 
Spread one side the bread triangles with butter. Then cut into smaller triangles.
Cover the base of the dish with overlapping triangles of bread, butter side up. 
Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg. 
Then pour the milk mixture over it and let it soak for 30 to 45 minutes, covered with cling film. 
After the soaking time sprinkle the remaining raisins and bake at 180 degrees C for 30 to 35 minutes 
or until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen
Once out of the oven the pudding will deflate.
 Slice it..
Serve hot and enjoy! 
Labels: Bread, Butter, Pudding, Baked, British, Raisins, Baking Bloggers, Cakes, Sweets & Desserts
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Mango Rice Pearl Pudding


I love mangoes and is experimenting various desserts with it. This is a simple and quick  pudding with condensed milk. I added cardamom and nutmeg  to flavor this pudding.  H really enjoyed the pudding with mango puree. It was a nice cool and yummy treat. 


Ingredients
2 Cups milk
1/2 Can Condensed Milk

1/4 Cup Rice Pearls
1/8 Teaspoon C
ardamom powder
1/8 Teaspoon Nutmeg powder
1/2 Cup mango puree
1 Tablespoon Nuts -( Almond and Pista chopped, optional)
A Cherry for decoration
Method
Place the milk, rice pearls, in a pan and bring to a boil stirring occasionally. Reduce the heat, simmer for 3 minutes or till the Rice pearls are cooked.  Add the condensed milk, cardamon, nutmeg powder and stir well . Remove from heat and let cool.  When cooled keep in the fridge to chill.

To Serve
Take a glass or bowl. Pour the pudding, sprinkle some nuts, then the mango puree. Garnish with nuts and a cherry in the center.  Serve chilled.    Happy eating !!!!!!!
Labels: Sweets & Desserts, Mango, Gluten free

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Bread Pudding - Steamed

February 18, 2014


Ingredients 


Brun bread                  2  or    6 - 8 Bread Slices

Milk                               600 ML
Eggs                               2 No
Sugar                             12 Full Teaspoons 
Custard  powder         2 Teaspoons
Vanilla essence           1 Teaspoon
Almond powder          4 Teaspoons
Ghee                              2 Tablespoon

FOR THE CARMEL


Sugar                           3  Teaspoons




METHOD 


Cut the bread into small pieces.    Heat  half the quantity of milk. 

With a hand blender beat the eggs  till light and fluffy. Add essence and beat well, as you are beating add the hot milk, beat continuously  or else the eggs will set like an omelet. 
Now add the rest of the milk, custard powder, bread pieces, sugar, almond powder and blend well. Keep this to soak for 15 minutes or more.



In the meanwhile make the caramel. Wet the container in which you are going to steam the pudding. Add the sugar and place it on medium flame. Let the sugar burn until it  gets  light brown color. Remove for flame and spread it all over the base of the container. Be careful do not handle this container with bare hands use tongs or a hand towel. Keep it to cool. When the caramel cools add the pudding mixture, cover it with a lid or foil. Place the container  in cooker on a ring stand and add enough water to steam this pudding. Take one whistle on high flame, reduce the flame, steam it for 25 minutes. Cool, pudding is ready to serve.





This pudding is delicious and easy to make. This pudding is packed off to my brother house who loves steamed bread pudding.



Note : When you add hot milk to the beaten eggs it eliminate the smell of the egg in the pudding.

I used brun bread as the pudding taste better than slice bread.  Burn is hard crusted  bread.
If you want the pudding sweeter add sugar to your taste.  For me the sweetness was perfect.

Very soon, will post an eggless version of this pudding.  Look out for the post.



Do give this pudding a try and post your comments.



Labels: Sweets &  Desserts, Kids delight, Pudding, Steamed



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