Friday, September 21, 2012

Blueberry Bread And Butter Pudding


















I am not a fan of bread pudding until I saw the recipe from Lena's blog - Her Frozen Wings.  Those that my colleagues made for our office functions can be so rich and soft that I will not have second helpings.  But after reading through Lena's recipe, I find that I want to try making them since I have some left over slices of Ciabatta in the fridge.  I took her recipe and tweaked it by adding blueberries and rum infused raisins !  It was one of the best I have eaten and believe me it was deliriously yummy :)  Love it !

















The sweetness was just perfect and with blueberries added , it gave a tangy taste to the bread pudding.  The raisins was soaked with rum giving it a very nice rum flavor.  The overall rating of this bread pudding is 9/10...yummy !  What a nice treat for Wild Boar and myself !  I know I have been having  sweet indulgences of late but * shrug the shoulder *  enjoy the fruits of my labor first then worry later :p

















rum infused raisins....

















the crust gives extra texture to the pudding
and the blueberries ( frozen ones) gives it
a tangy taste...so refreshing :)

















steam bake the pudding....my first time making
a bread pudding ...I guess it gave the custard a smooth
and creamy texture

















instead of using Marmalade as suggested in the recipe,
I used my homemade kumquat jam...yummy

















the aroma wafting out from the oven while it was baking
makes me hungry....mmmm 


















This is one bread pudding not to be missed ! 
and
Thank you Lena for sharing the recipe :)



Blueberry Bread And Butter Pudding - adapted from Lena -Her Frozen Wings

Ingredients:-

4 slices of challah ( spread some butter on each slice and each slice cut into 4 )
a handful of raisins * I infused them with rum for 15 mins
*   I added fresh blueberries 2 eggs
2 egg yolks
65gm sugar
300ml dairy cream
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/8 cup of hot orange marmalade ( for brushing ) * I used homemade kumquat jam

Preparation:

1. Arrange the cut sliced challah in the baking dish. Whisk eggs, yolks and sugar together. Place cream and vanilla in a saucepan and almost bring to boil. Pour cream over egg mixture and whisk to combine. Strain mixture over bread and let stand for 20 minutes. 





2. Sprinkle the raisins all over. Place baking dish in a large roasting pan and pour boiling water into pan coming halfway up the sides of the baking dish. Loosely cover with foil.


3.Bake at 180C for 15 minutes. Remove foil and bake a further 20 minutes or until golden. Meanwhile you can heat your marmalade. Brush pudding with hot jam and cook further 3 mins before serving.



Have a nice day !


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7 comments:

  1. wow..so much nice desserts while i m not here??? :)

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  2. you made it rum infused raisins..mmm..lagi sedap! happy to hear that you liked the pudding and also love the crust color of your ciabatta. Thanks to masterchef! LOL! you know, i'm still keeping some kamquat in my freezer, now you know why my freezer is always so full :))Thanks very much for the link back!

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  3. in fact, it look absolutely yummy, last time i did bread pudding before, but not that good, next time i must try out this recipe.
    By the way, may i know where you gotten the same claypot like me? actually my husband said this claypot should selling in Malaysia and advised me not to carry back from Japan, but i scare i can't get it from here, so try very hard also carry one back..but this claypot has very good quality.

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  4. Hey Elin, what a lovely dessert. My kids enjoy this treat a lot especially when it's warm. You just reminded me to make some. Btw, wishing you & your family a very Happy Mid Autumn Festival. Enjoy & have a fabulous time.
    Blessings
    Kristy

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  5. Yummy! I love bread pudding, it looks delicious!

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  6. What a nice change to regular bread pudding. Look forward to trying, thanks for sharing.

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  7. Delicious ;) Puddings are my favorite. Thanks for recipe

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