Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Mum's Bread Pudding

Hmm... Nothing much happening today. I've decided to try and finish studying Dr Kang's Physical Pharmacy notes. But of course, I cannot resist making something to eat for lunch. :)

I've been wanting to make some desserts, only there really aren't any useful equipments around in my unit. I particularly yearn for an oven. Then, I can bake cakes, make baked macaroni and cheese, bake cookies, bake puddings.

Just a few days ago, I had this sudden craving for my mum's bread pudding. It's the BEST among the best. :) And luckily, it is not baked, but steamed.


Mum's Bread Pudding
1 loaf of white bread (400g)
3 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons butter at room temperature (I recommend Anchor)
2 eggs (whichever grade)
400g (1 medium can) evaporated milk
1 and 1/2 cups of raisins (or an enormously generous amount)

1. Shred the bread slices into smaller pieces. Toss as evenly as you can with sugar, and then butter.

2. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs and add the evaporated milk. Mix thoroughly.

3. Transfer the bread mixture into a cake pan. Pour the milk mixture over the bread.

4. Remember to press gently so that all the bread gets soaked.

5. Right after that, steam it for about 1/2 hour, or until it is cooked.

Ta-dah! You have the world's yummiest bread pudding. :9 It's soft and oh so rich! I just LOVE the buttery smell! Eat it while it's hot! Reheat (in toaster or microwave) when you want to eat it. :)

3 comments:

lynnx01 said...

Sounds yummy, even though I am not quite a fan of bread. And hey, wanna go retail therapy one of these days? Call me out, can?

Sing Yee said...

Sure! I'm planning to go KLCC this Saturday. I'll confirm with you before then. :)

lynnx01 said...

Yes, I'll see how it goes.. cos I am behind schedule in revision.