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Nov 26, 2011

Baked Eggless Bread Pudding – Indian Style


I love to have bread pudding all alone when it is cold and the weather is not that good. Specially this one is eggless and really easy to whipup.There is nothing comforting than a bowl full of this goodness.YUM..

 
You can make this with your favorite bread, I used regular white bread..But any crusty bread works fine for this. If you want to use egg in this, add 2 eggs after adding sugar in the custard mixture and beat well.

  
I love to get the top layer little crispy for this, you can cook it as per your liking. I also added nuts and raisins in this to make it more tasty. You can even skip it. Without anymore delay off you go to the step by step recipe with pictures.



Ingrediants:

Bread -6 slices
Milk – 300 ml+50 ml
Sugar- ¾ cup or to taste
Vanilla-1 tsp
Custard Powder-3 tblspn
Raisans-30 gms / 3 tblspn
Cashews-30 gms / 3 tblspn
Unsalted Butter-2 tblspn

Method:

Preheat the oven to 380°F / 190°C.

Soak your raisins in hot water for 15 mins till it plumps up, drain and set aside. Cut your bread into chunks and set aside.

Take 300 ml milk in a sauce pan and add your butter in it. Heat the milk so that the butter melts. The milk should be warm not hot.

Now take 50 ml milk in a bowl and add custard powder and mix well so that no lumps are formed.

Now add vanilla, sugar in it and whip it well. Pour the warmed milk in this and mix well.

Take a baking pan and butter it slightly. Lay half of the bread pieces in the pan and top it with raisins and cashews. Now arrange the second layer and pour the custard over the bread.

Press the bread so that the bread absorbs all liquid.Leave it out for 5 mins.

Now put it in the preheated oven for 45-50 mins or untill golden and crispy on top.

Remove this and let it stand for 5 mins. Serve warm with cream and powdered sugar.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants..Looks like i forgot something..see below..
You need to soak the raisan in water first
You will also need 2 tblspn of butter
cut up your bread pieces
take milk in a saucepan
add butter to this
melt it down
now take remaining milk in a jug
add custard powder in this
mix well
add vanilla
and your sugar
mix it up
pour your warmed milk in this and mix well
butter a pan
Arrange first layer in the tray
add raisans and cashews
arrange the second layer
pour the custard over the top
mm..Let the bread gets soaked up
leave this for 5 mins untill..
the bread sucked all custard
bake it
and serve
I love the crusty top layer

35 comments:

Srivalli said... Best Blogger Tips

wow love this pudding anytime..looks great..

vidhas said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy pudding, like the crispy bread on top. i make biscuit pudding, surely try this.

Gayathri Kumar said... Best Blogger Tips

Pudding looks absolutely delicious...

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Anjali Shukla said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks fantastic....brilliant idea of going eggless... :)

Gloria said... Best Blogger Tips

this look amazing and delicious! gloria

Kalyani said... Best Blogger Tips

liked the eggless version Aarthi !


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Kaveri said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks very yummy dear!..Love this eggless version.

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vaishali sabnani said... Best Blogger Tips

simple....easy...yet delicious....

Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

pudding looks so yummy...

Cool Lassi(e) said... Best Blogger Tips

What a excellent alternative to the usual ones!

PJ said... Best Blogger Tips

Eggless version makes this recipe more interesting to try out.Bookmarked :)

Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

Pudding looks absolutely marvellous,inviting.

veena krishnakumar said... Best Blogger Tips

Love this eggless version....Bookmarking this!!!

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saffronstreaks said... Best Blogger Tips

sounds yummy

Teresa, www.foodonfifth.com said... Best Blogger Tips

Aarthi, sorry I have been away and missed a few posts, but this is is a wonderful one to come back to. Bread Puddings are a favorite of mine and I really like no eggs. Yummy.

PriyaVaasu said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks yum!!!!

Nalini's Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy pudding..

The Pumpkin Farm said... Best Blogger Tips

looks like a cake more than a pudding, lovely dish

Archana said... Best Blogger Tips

This is definitely new to me. Love it dear.

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Suma Gandlur said... Best Blogger Tips

Simple yet yummy one.

SouthIndianHome said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow. This is a delicious pudding.Bookmarked it

Poornima Nair said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the color of the custard, great recipe!

maha said... Best Blogger Tips

Yummy and delicious pudding..Love this eggless version too.....

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

hey, i loved it and want to try it but you have not mentioned the measurement of ingredients and also at what temperature to bake and how much time to bake :(

PDM said... Best Blogger Tips

Tried this recipe today, and it was a big hit!! a very well written recipe, easy to follow, no confusion :)
As u said, the crunchy top was delicious too! Thanks and keep those recipes coming!

sujatha umesh said... Best Blogger Tips

hello aarthi...ur blog is really wonderful...ur pictorial representations r also very helpful...i made this bread pudding today...my son simply luved it....it is very easy and really tasty....thanks for the recipe..:) :)

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Hii arathi suggest me any other alternatives for bitter.. is oil works in this recipe

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Anonymousbutter gives nice flavour, if you dont have that you can use oil.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Anonymousbutter gives nice flavour, if you dont have that you can use oil.

sherajun dhulkarunai said... Best Blogger Tips

Tell me temp for ordinary oven ma not an microwave one

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@sherajun dhulkarunaiSame temp and same timing

shayan asif said... Best Blogger Tips

Aarthi d butter used is d usual salted version?

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@shayan asifNo it is unsalted version..