2009-07-08

Baking Bread Buttered Pudding

I was tempted to bake myself a pudding bread after reading this entry of Hayley. I have gotten the plan of doing it few days ago. After I gathered all the required ingredients, I decided to bake it yesterday evening.
Ingredients:
2 cups milk
3 eggs, beaten
1/3 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 slices white bread, without crust
1/2 cup raisins, optional

Preparation:
Put buttered bread into greased dish. Sprinkle raisins over bread. Mix and pour eggs, sugar, salt, milk, water and raisins over the bread. Sprinkle with 4 tablespoons sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Ta daaa.....it was done in very simple, fast and easy way (infact, it was the lazy way).
Of course, my two princesses were the first to try it out. April said it wasn't sweet enough, and May walloped all the .........raisins only.

Today, I brought the remaining of the pudding to the office to let my colleagues taste. We're the world, We share the fat........ Again, MJ's inspiration here.

11 comments:

  1. thanks for the treat! it was nice! i love the raisin actually.
    nice try!

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  2. I'm expecting more desserts/tong sui from you :D

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  3. Hayley, you're welcome.

    Yvonne, sure sure. I will keep on trying.

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  4. hi sheoh yan, i realized u changed my link so quickly! 10Q so so much; & nice bread buttered pudding u got there~ *yummsssss* ;D

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  5. Cindy,

    Thanks. You are most welcome, as I enjoy reading your blog and also seeing the pics in your blog.

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  6. nigel loves having bread and butter pudding (it is a tradition english dish).this is the recipe (from Marks and spencer) I use

    10g (1/2oz) butter
    ¼ Panettone or old bread or fresh bread
    125 ml whole milk
    125ml double cream
    2 medium size eggs
    25g (1oz) castor sugar (optional)
    10g (1/2oz) Demerara sugar
    2 drops vanilla essence (optional)

    1. Preheat oven to 180C, fan 160C, 350F, gas 4.
    2. Lightly butter an oven proof dish large enough to serve two people.
    3. Cut a ¼ panettone into 6 slices (approx 10mm thick).
    4. Arrange slices on base of dish.
    5. In a measuring jug, measure out the milk, stir in the double cream and add vanilla essence (optional).
    6. In a separate dish whisk the eggs and sugar together and then add to the milk mixture.
    7. Pour the milk mixture over the panettone and sprinkle with Demerara sugar
    8. Place on a baking tray and bake in the oven for 25=30 minutes
    9. Serve warm with custard or cream



    Bread and butter pudding is one of those classic old English recipes that everyone loves. The addition of marmalade brushed over the bread makes it fantastically crisp, with a zingy orangey bitterness that just makes the whole thing superb. This is another dessert that you don’t want to overcook because you want to have the soft insides contrasting with the crispiness on top

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  7. you may like to try this simple home made loh mei kai.

    ngredient
    600g glutinous rice (soaked overnite)
    300g chicken, cut into small pieces
    150 pork pork, cut into slices
    4 pcs mushroom, saoked and sliced
    1 pair chinese sausage, sliced
    100g char siew, sliced
    5 hard boil eggs (divided in 1/4)

    seasoning for rice
    1tsp salt
    1/2tsp sugar
    1 tbsp soya sauce
    1 1/2 tsp sesame oil
    1/2 tsp pepper
    1tsp black soya sauce
    3 tbsp lard/oil

    seasoning for meat
    1tsp salt
    1 1/2 tsp sugar
    2tsp soya sauce
    1tbsp osyter sauce
    1tbsp sesame oil
    1/2 tsp black soya sauce
    pepper
    1 1/2cornflour
    1 tsp wine
    1 tbsp oil



    1. season chicken, pork and mushroom overnite
    2. drain glutinous rice and steam for 45minutes til cooked,.leave to cool. add seasoning for rice and mix well-divide into 10 portion
    3. prepare 10 small bowls, dividew meat evenly and cut egg in the bowls.add the rice on top and press evenly. steam over high heat for about 30 minutes. serve hot

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  8. Val, thanks for the recipes. The Loh Mai Kei sounds nice. May try it out one day.

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  9. if u want a yoghurt or cheese cake recipe ..I have quite a few ..which are suitable for the weather in malaysia-.

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  10. Yogurt is ok, cheese cake is no, as my family don't quite like cheesy food.

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  11. it is called cheese cake, unfortunately one cant taste the cheese in it ..:D

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