Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding - Just like what Jean Anthelme Brillant used to say that if a dessert is made without something savory like cheese or butter, then the image is just like a beautiful woman who has only one eye. Well, it is kind of scary figurative anyway. Maybe that is how a politician make a comedy with such satire. We do somewhat agree about it in some ways. We ain’t only talk about the sweets that we always cook in our kitchen base or some cookies and tart as snacks, but savory flavor is also one of our specialties. Just like how we made our last week’s Bread and Butter Pudding creations for kid’s birthday party in our neighborhood. If you would love to make one, then we will tell you how to make it. 

You will need:

For the pudding:
½ stick of French bread (slightly stale) 
60 g (2 oz) butter 
45 g (1 ½ ) sultanas
30 g (1 oz) caster sugar 
fresh nutmeg 
30 g (1 oz) apricot jam 

For the custard: 
135 gr (4½ oz) eggs
60 g (2 oz) caster sugar 
a few drops of vanilla essence 
550 ml (1 pt) milk 

How To Make Bread and Butter Pudding

To make the custard: 
Whisk the eggs, sugar and vanilla essence together. Then, slowly add the milk, whisking all the time. 

To make the pudding: 
Slice the bread into thin even rounds. Lightly butter each slice and lay in a buttered pie dish in a neat 
overlapping pattern. Sprinkle with sultanas, Partly cover the bread slices with some of the custard, 
Leave to stand to allow the custard to soak in, then add the rest of the mixture and dredge with the caster sugar. Grate a little fresh nutmeg over the surface, 
Wipe the edges of the dish and stand in a pie dish half filled with water. Bake at 175°C / 350°F / gas mark 4 for approximately 45 minutes-I hour, or until the custard is set and the bread is golden and crusty. 
When the pudding has cooled slightly, brush with a little apricot jam, which has been melted with a little water. Best served warm. 

Well then, you already know how to make Bread and Butter Pudding. This easy bread and butter pudding creation is quite simple but to garnish it beautifully for some special occasions like family gathering or party, then you will need two or three trial to master it right away. Give it a try and do not forget to show us the result to us. If you still have some parts that you wonder about regarding this recipe or the instruction on how to make, just contact us and ask whatever you wish to ask. It will be a pleasure to open our hand to you for help. 
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