Bread and butter pudding

Bread and butter pudding is quick, healthy and very filling.

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Ingredients:

  • 10 gms butter
  • 1 bread slice
  • 10 gms currants
  • 22gms sugar
  • 175 ml milk
  • 1 egg
  • A pinch of nutmeg

 Method:

  • Grease a baking dish.
  • Butter the slice and cut in into neat slices about 2″ thick. Lay them on the dish with the buttered side up.
  • Sprinkle currants and sugar.
  • Beat egg. Warm the milk and pour it into the beaten egg. Beat till well mixed.
  • Pour egg-milk mixture gently into the baking dish over the bread slice.
  • Bake at 180 deg. C for half an hour or till well set.

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Source: Basic Food Preparation.

Mandira’s notes: This is an easy to put together pudding. In fact its one of the easiest I  have ever made. Plus it has the distinct advantage of using ingredients that are almost always available at home. I used a few pieces of apricot along with the raisins. You could add any chopped dry fruits that you have at hand. The nutmeg adds a pleasant flavour to the pudding. Make sure to have it evenly spread out all over the top of the pudding.. eating bites of concentrated nutmeg is not nice!!

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9 thoughts on “Bread and butter pudding

  1. homecooked

    Looks amazing and simple to make! For someone who doesnt like food you’ve been baking like there’s no tomorrow 🙂

  2. my mommy makes these!!!!! 😀
    i never bothered to try out stuff that my mom knows how to make! (lazy n take for granted type of daughter :|)
    i’ll take this recipe home n surprise her with bread pudding that i made, for a change!!!! 😀

  3. @athiya- yes n healthy too!

    @bindiya- yes, it really is easy.

    @HC – wat can i say?im full of contradictions!

    @suparna-thanks

    @smitha- oh ok.. that sounds like a good idea.. why dnt u share ur recipe with us?

    @crafty- go ask mom how she makes it n tell us na?

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