Thursday, August 27, 2009

♥Silky Chocolate Custard Biscuit Pudding♥ Perfect Dessert! ♥




Whenever I get a chance to make a sweet treat, I never let it go. This chance came upon suddenly when my parents invited my Aunt and family over for lunch. They live in the US and had come visiting us after 3 long years.


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I had eaten a pudding which my Aunt had made during my visit to my 'Motherland' in July for my nephew's birthday. I really liked it and so I had written it down in my diary. So thought of giving that recipe a try.

Usually my mom doesn't eat cakes/desserts especially if it has chocolate/ pineapple. BUT this one made it's way to my mom's heart through her stomach :D She kept eating bits of whatever was left after the lunch and I must say that gives me the hint that it was a huge success with her. It's very difficult for a dessert/cake to get into her good books ;) This one definitely did! :)
It is a very simple and easy recipe which can me made in less than 20 mins FLAT! And it sets so beautifully well.

Silky Chocolate Custard Biscuit Pudding
Recipe source :Mini Aunty

Ingredients:

Condensed milk:3/4 th of a 400g tin
Milk:1 tin [condensed milk tin measure]
Dark Chocolate:150g, cut into small bits
Egg yolks:4
Cream-200 ml
Biscuit:10-15
Strong black coffee- 1 cup or as needed.

Method:

  • Dip the biscuits in coffee and line a pudding dish.
  • Melt chocolate.
  • Mix rest of the ingredients together ( including chocolate) except cream and make a thick custard by either double boiling it or if you are confident enough, directly over the flame. [I chose the latter , not that I was confident but I hate double boiling!! It seem to take ages! :P]
  • Pour the thick custard over the biscuit layer. Let it set.
  • Beat the cream real thick and you can spread it or pipe out rosettes.
  • Serve chilled.



It was a HUGE hit! The custard was absolutely delicious and silky. It was rich and lush! We all had 2-3 helpings and by the end of our lunch, there was only a tiny bit left. And my Uncle, a big foodie told me 'Once you are married and come to the US, I will send you 4 tickets every year to come to my place [Boston] and cook for me' :D I am thinking of taking it as a career now!LOL! ;) Imagine your housemaid 'flying' down! LOL! :P

If you think you need a rich,easy and highly appealing dessert... try this! I guarantee you that this will be a HIT!

Have a good weekend!!


Update: I have lost count of how many times I must have made this pudding because of it's goodness. My cousin shared this recipe with her friend in Dubai, who was participating in a Dessert Competition. And guess what? She won first! So, do I need any better testimonial! Here's the pic of what she made:
Isn't that pretty? ?

23 Comments:

Snooky doodle said...

oh this looks so good. Nicely decorated too :)


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Divya Kudua said...

Biscuit pudding..you seem to be whipping up one goodie after the other:).It looks truly luscious and silky and creamy..:).Way to go:)

Shabs.. said...

Girl...u r really into baking and sweets...Would love to try this....Bookmarking it!....Vaayil ninnu vellam varaathey illa!

Shabs.. said...

Forgot to say, loved the pic and ur moms work too....

Pari said...

hi Ria, the dessert looks really COOL...nicely presented dear. do not leave the opportunity of going to Boston. Free tickets,wow!

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

Ria...this looks amazing.. :)
wonderful snap dear......aalu koladichallo..bharyakku kaipunyam undennu blog kandaal manassilakum.. :)

Parita said...

Chocolate pudding looks divine!

Audax said...

That looks so cool and lush well done love those white swirls on the dark filling. Bravo and cheers from Audax in Australia and thank you for the dosa recipes and the topping really appreicated.

Sushma Mallya said...

Is tht last bite for me would have love to grab it :) nice click love the way u presented it step by step ...just love it ...keep in touch :)

Chef Jeena said...

What a delicious chocolate treat Ria! No wonder you rmum loved it, and it was so quick to make too - brilliant. :-)

fast cooker said...

Pudding its my big love. It look amazing.

Cakelaw said...

"Silky", "chocolate" and "custard" - you had me right there, even without the gorgeous photos. And only 20 min to make - perfect!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

This looks so sinfully delicious! And its so easy! Perfect for a midnight craving [I seem to have a LOT of them] :P :P

Reny said...

Wow...what a versatile family....loved the embroidery done by ur mom...and the puddin looks delicious...

Seema Shine said...

Hi Ria
Its my first time in here...Simply loved your blog with all this snowing all over the screen.Merry Christmas!!
Biscuit pudding looks simply irrestitible will try out this weekend for sure.
One suggestion if you could think about changing the font colour from blue to black (on the right side)would be more easy get a quick glance of all your previous posts.

Thanks
Seema Shine

forkbootsandapalette said...

hey Ria, just wanted to tell u I made this and LOVED it...have posted it on my blog......

forkbootsandapalette said...

hey Ria, just wanted to tell u I made this and LOVED it...have posted it on my blog......

gigi said...

Ria,

Made it...came out so well...we all loved it...simple and yummy...Thanks for sharing

creating memories.. said...

just made this.. waiting for it to cool..

I just noticed that you had few layers of biscuits.. Mine has only one :D

saaramilla, next time ;)

creating memories.. said...

just made this.. waiting for it to cool..

I just noticed that you had few layers of biscuits.. Mine has only one :D

saaramilla, next time ;)

Zo-Ya said...

Hey Ria,
Tried this, loved it:-)
Thanks as always for sharing!

Cheers

Zo-Ya said...

Hey Ria,
Tried this, loved it:-)
Thanks as always for sharing!

Cheers

chocolate custard pudding said...

Love the way you make your cake! In fact, I would like to try it tomorrow as a surprise snack for my kids! I am sure they are going to love this cake!

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