Bread Pudding Please
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4 slices of bread

30g butter

30g sultanas

25g currants

Grated zest of 1 orange

2 eggs

300ml milk

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tablespoon single cream

25g caster sugar

30g soft brown sugar

Prep Time:   0:15
Cook Time:   0:25
Serves:   2

Prep to Cook: Ovenproof dish, jug, whisk, tablespoon, zest grater, fork
Oven on 180C or Gas 4

 

Prep: 1.  Prepare the bread:

Butter the bread thickly and cut into cubes

Grease the cooking dish with remaining butter

Put the bread pieces in the bowl

Add the sultanas and currants and mix

Sprinkle the orange zest over this mixture

2.  Prepare the juice:

In a jug crack the eggs and add caster sugar

Beat the eggs and add the milk and cream and vanilla extract

Pour over the bread mixture and leave to stand for 10 minutes(or put in the fridge for later in the day)

3. Prep to bake:

Sprinkle the brown sugar over the pudding

Put in the oven and cook for 20 – 25 minutes

The top should be crispy and the pudding wobbly

Serve.
 

Check it out !

Bread Pudding Please solves that eternal question ‘What’s for pud?’ It can easily be doubled up to serve more people and left-overs keep for days.  The joy of this pudding is that it is complete and ready to go once you’ve made it. Serve it warm.

Use up stale croissants or teacakes to make this pudding slightly different. Dried cranberries are also delicious and can be added with the sultanas

Cooks Know How: You will enjoy the assembly of this pudding.  You will recognise that eggs and milk will set over the bread giving a moist and vanilla custard.  You will see browning and notice caramel forming on the surface.  The factors alone will help you delight in how good this pudding is.

Next Time

Use a real vanilla pod.  Slice it lengthwise and scrape out the black seeds using a teaspoon and blend into the cream and milk.  Try hot cross buns in the same recipe and see how pungent the cinnamon is when cooked.