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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Bread & Butter Pudding (Master Chef)

I always love bread pudding
That's why I knoew I had to make this when I saw Lena posted this delicious dessert
I always have frozen bread in my freezer, so once I had some free time, I quickly made it :)
I didn't use raisins bread cos I didn't have it instock, so I used normal white bread, I buttered them and sprinkled some golden raisins and chocolate chips all over, poured the cream mixture leave it absorp for 30 minutes
Sprinkled with grated cheddar cheese on top before baking, baked au bain marie, and brushed with marmalade 5 minutes before it's done with the baking



Look at the texture! It's so moist, soft and fine texture!


Original recipe is from HERE

What you need:
(modified to my preference)

50g salt reduced canola spread
12 slices white bread
1/3 cup golden raisins
4 eggs
4 egg yolks
2/3 cup caster sugar
200ml cream
400ml fresh milk
1 tsp vanilla extract
hot orange marmalade jam for brushing

Remove the crust of each bread, cut each slice in half diagonally
Butter bread at one side and arrange the bread triangles in a buttered 2 litre capacity shallow baking dish, sprinkling raisins alternating with chocolate chips between the layers
Whisk eggs, yolks and caster sugar together. Place cream and milk also vanilla in a saucepan and almost bring to the boil (only til it's smoky)
Pour cream over egg mixture and whisk to combine. Strain mixture over bread
Stand for 30 minutes
Place baking dish in a large roasting pan and pour boiling water into pan coming halfway up the sides of baking dish. Loosely cover with foil
Bake in preheated oven of 180degC for'15 minutes. Remove foil and bake a further 20 minutes or until golden
Brush pudding with hot jam and cook a further 5 minutes before serving




I submit this post to Cook Like A Star September 2012 (Master Chef) hosted by Zoe


8 comments:

  1. Hi Alice..., blogwalking & join you...yummmy bread puding indeed...
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  2. Like the way you decorated your bread~ unique!

    And bread pudding is my all time favourite :)

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  3. I love bread pudding too, your bread pudding looks so delicious. But, I better don't bake this as I am on diet.

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  4. Very soft and moist ..a great pudding.

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  5. i also like how you arranged your breads! thanks for the mentioned!

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  6. Wow, Alice! I think you must really great in multitasking! The description of this pudding seems like everything is done in a super fast chop-chop way.

    Fast thinking after you have seen Lena baking this... Then, fast execution gathering your ingredients including your frozen bread... Then, fast baking... Lastly, fast finishing with marmalade brushing... Everything you did seems so swift :D

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