Sunday, 17 May 2015

Butterscotch Pudding | Kukskitchen

Butterscotch Pudding | Kukskitchen


Want a quick and easy recipe for a pudding for your dinner party or a special Sunday Lunch? I have got the perfect recipe for you. This recipe involves making pudding mix that you can use time after time producing delicious pudding each time.


To make Praline:

Take 50g sugar and 100g cashew nuts.  Place the sugar and nuts into a saucepan over a medium heat and caramelise gently, stirring to coat the nuts. Once browned, pour the mixture out onto a non-stick baking sheet, spread out and leave to cool. Once cooled and set, smash the praline in to big chunks using rolling pin. Then add to a blender/mixie and pulse till desired particle size.





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Butterscotch Pudding

Prep Time15 Mins
Cook Time10 - 15 Mins
Serves 2
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Ingredients:

For Butterscotch Mix (makes 3 cups):
Brown sugar - 1 1/2 cup
Caster sugar - 1/3 cup
Milk powder - 3/4 cup
Corn flour - 1 cup
Salt - 1/2 tsp


To make Pudding for two:
Butter scotch mix - 1/4 cup
Butter 2 tbsp
Vanilla essence - 2 tsp
Milk 1 cup


Method:

For Butterscotch Mix
Combine all ingredients and store in container with tight-fitting lid. 

For Pudding:

  • To make the pudding, combine butterscotch mix, butter and milk in a small saucepan.
  • Cook on low heat, stir constantly until mixture boils.
  • Boil gently, stirring constantly for one minute or until it thickens.
  • Pour into serving dishes and chill until set.
  • Serve topped with fresh Praline.
Butterscotch Pudding | Kukskitchen


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2 comments:

  1. I love Praline toppings for breads and desserts. They take the desserts to another level.

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    1. Me too. they make your dessert a bit fancy and certainly creates a wow factor for your eyes and palate. Not tried them on bread yet. What breads do you top them with?

      Regards
      Sherin

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