Old fashioned bread pudding, shortcut. Bread pudding is indeed an old-fashioned dessert, a comforting way to use up stale bread. Any type of bread makes a neutral base for a flavorful custard; use day-old sliced whole-wheat, raisin or sourdough. Chewy dried fruit adds a contrasting texture to the tender softness of the pudding.
Old fashioned bread pudding is made with just a few simple ingredients. For today's bread pudding project with the kids, I wanted a simple, unadorned bread pudding recipe. A short list of ingredients, easy instructions, and. You can have Old fashioned bread pudding, shortcut using 5 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Old fashioned bread pudding, shortcut
- Prepare 8 slices of bread (I used a seeded granary bread).
- It’s 4 of heaped Tbls mincemeat (I bought mine after Xmas for 30p!).
- You need 1 of egg, beaten.
- It’s 450 ml of black tea (I used 3 tea bags).
- You need of Sugar (to sprinkle at the end).
Delicious warm with custard or cold as a cake. Are you looking for a decadent, mouth-watering dessert for a family get-together? Do you just want to eat it all yourself? If you answered "Yes!" to any of the above questions, then read on to learn how to make a good Old-Fashioned Bread Pudding!!
Old fashioned bread pudding, shortcut step by step
- Brew tea bags in 450ml boiling water and allow to cool..
- Break up bread. Place in baking dish. Add tea. Mix well. Allow to sit for 10 minutes..
- Finally add egg and mincemeat and stir thoroughly. Spread out smoothly..
- Bake in preheated oven at 175°c for about 35 minutes..
- Once out of the oven, sprinkle with sugar, allow to cool and cut into portions..
- Enjoy with a nice cup of tea..
Old Fashioned Bread Pudding – taste of the good old days. Old Fashioned Bread Pudding is a dessert popular in many countries throughout the world – from Europe, North and south America to Asia. Alice Henneman, MS, RDN, UNL Extension in Lancaster County. A serving of "Old Fashioned Bread Pudding" is a delicious way to add whole grain breads to your meals! When I was starting to create my first home, I moved eight hours away from my family.