Caramel Pudding

Have you ever had a dream…to eat something…you keep dreaming…thinking and one day you either go out and order it or in my case…make it…what was my dream you ask??? The ans is Caramel pudding :)

This time around, had some condensed milk (Amul Mithaimate) with me so made this with that and all the other ingredients available at home…

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Ingredients:

Condensed milk : 100 ml
Eggs: 3 nos
Sugar: Add if required ( i added 2 tsp in addition to 100 ml of condensed milk)
Milk: 375 ml
Vanilla Pod: 1 nos

Sugar for caramel: 3/4th cup
water 1 – 2 tbsp

Method:

1. In a thick bottom – shallow pan, add the 3/4th cup sugar and water.
2. Heat the pan at a low – med flame till the sugar caramelizes and reached a golden yellow colour.
3.  Pour the caramel into an 8 inch round cake mould and let it cool.
4. Slit a vanilla pod length wise, add it to milk and bring the milk to a boil in a vessel.
5. Then add the condensed milk to it and mix well.
6. Let the milk mixture cool and come to room temperature.
7. In a separate vessel, break the three eggs and whisk it.
8. Once the milk mix reaches room temperature, add the eggs and mix well.
9. Using a fine strainer, strain the milk and pour on top of the cooled caramel.
10. Cover the cake mould with aluminium foil.
11. Fill a pressure cooker with 2 -3 inches of water.
12. Place the cake mould inside the pressure cooker and cook / steam the pudding on med flame for 15 – 20 min (do not use the whistle).
13. The pudding is ready when one can see that the pudding still wobbles on the top.
14. To serve, chill the pudding, run a knife around the edges of the mould to loosen the pudding, flip the pudding on a serving plate, cut slices and serve…

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~ by priyaskitchen on March 25, 2013.

3 Responses to “Caramel Pudding”

  1. akka looks yummmm! which vessel did u use to make this? also does it not stick to the edges of the vessel?

    • Divi…here I used an 8 inch round cake mould ( you could use your pressure cooker wala vessel, flat bottom)…no it did not stick to the sides (cause i used a knife around the pudding before flipping it). :)

  2. Hi Priya First time here…LOved the fresh fruit cake post at CAL…..Loved you blog too….

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