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Friday, 18 May 2012

Caramel Pudding

The idea of starting a blog hit me while I was eating a caramel pudding :) So i decided this would be my first entry. You should try this. May be some idea may hit you too ;)



Ingredients (Would serve 4 people twice. You do the math):
Milk : 1 litre
Egg  : 3 nos.
Custard Powder : 1 table spoon
Gelatin : 2 tablespoon
Sugar : 1 cup (including 2 tablespoon for caramel)
Vanilla Essence : 2drops


Cooking time : 30 minutes

Method :
Soak gelatin in half a cup of cold water
Boil milk well. Let it cool.
Whip  3 eggs.
Mix custard powder in  little amount of milk. Pour back the mixture to remaining milk and blend it well.
Take the soaked gelatin and double boil  it to liquid ( Double boiling : Boil water in a vessel and keep the gelatin container into the boiled water so that it melts in the heat of the boiled water. Should not boil gelatin in direct flame)
Blend whipped egg and sugar in milk mixture and boil.
Cook in low flame till it reaches a thick consistency. (It will start coating on spatula)
Remove from flame and add liquefied gelatin and essence.

Now lets make caramel
Melt 2 teaspoon sugar in low flame. Keep stirring till it becomes brown in colour. ( Don't be greedy on colour. It may burn off)
Pour it into the pudding tray / vessel and spread it all over.

Pour the ready mixture into this tray.
Keep aside for cooling
Once cooled, keep it in fridge. Do not freeze.

You can try decorations as per your creativity. Test on someone. If good eat it all by yourself ;)

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  1. helios says:

    Good start! I liked it.... not just the recipe but the design and layout as well. Keep going.

  2. Thank you.. That was the first comment i got.Keep following :)

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Hi foodies! Thanks for visiting my blog ; my recipe book. This blog is for the real foodies, who don’t mind being called so….for the ones who appreciate cook…who love to eat, cook and serve(not necessarily in that order). I am one of your kind too. This is a part of my attempts to do something for the foodie community and for the aspiring foodies too. Here, I am putting together some easy, but delicious recipes. You just try these out and you’ll see what I mean. Though I wish to cater to all kinds of palates, you’ll chiefly find the Indian cuisine here wherein the Malabari (North Kerala) style will predominate as that’s where my roots, trunk and branches are. Remember, these are all recipes that I have personally tried out and relished. I have tried my best to add pictures of various stages of the process apart from the final product with a hope that it helps you better. Now the ball’s in your court. You just have to try it and taste it and don’t forget to share it, ‘coz a shared meal is always more filling.
 
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