Bread Pudding


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No need to worry about leftover breads, when we can made a delicious pudding with it. I had some stale breads and I gave it a try. you only need simple ingredients.

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Ingredients 

  • Day Old Bread Slices   2
  • Eggs                             2
  • Milk                               1 cup
  • Condensed Milk            1 tbsp
  • Butter                            1 tbsp [ optional ]
  • Sugar                            1/4 cup
  • Vanilla essence             1/2 tsp
  • Ground Cinnamon         1/4 tsp   [ optional ]

   For the Caramel

  • Sugar               3 tbsp
  • Water               2 tsp
  • Hot Water         1 tbsp

Cut the bread slices in to 8 pieces and arranged it in a 9″×5″ or 7″×7″  Baking tray. If you like sprinkle with raisins and drizzle with melted butter.

In a bowl combine egg, sugar, milk , condensed milk, vanilla and cinnamon. Beat  until well mixed. pour the mixture over the bread. make sure the bread is completely dissolved. if need lightly push down with a fork until bread fully covered and soaking up the milk.

Bake in preheated oven at 350º F / 175º C for 45 minutes until the top turn into light golden color. Remove it from oven and let it cool.

To Make Caramel

Add sugar and Water in a Pan, Heat the pan in medium Flame. Leave it Untouched until Surface becomes lightly coloured. swirl the pan to heat up evenly, do not stir. Once mixture turns golden brown take it out from heat and quickly add the hot water in 2 – 3 steps.

Now you can serve the pudding with caramel sauce. If you want You can refrigerate for an hour and serve.

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