Caramel Custard Pudding

This is the most simple pudding recipe I ever tried and the ingredients will always be available in kitchen so anyone can just make it anytime.

And it is another recipe I learn from Cooking with Dog

Ingredients :  Serve 4

  • 2 eggs (beaten)
  • 5 table spoon sugar
  • 250 ml milk
  • For caramel sauce  : 4 table spoon sugar + 1 table spoon water , prepare about 2 table spoon hot water to add to caramel sauce later

Steps :

  1. Brush the pudding mold with unsalted butter to make it easy to remove pudding from the mold.
  2. Cook sugar and water till sugar caramelized, add hot water quickly and stir for a while, pour a table spoon of caramel  to each pudding mold.
  3. Melt sugar in milk until dissolved and whisk to the beaten eggs.
  4. Strain the mixture and pour on top of the caramel inside the pudding mold.
  5. Cover pudding with aluminum foil and steam below boiling temperature for about 20 minutes. (I just realized that I am running out of aluminum foil therefore I substitute using the aluminum cup)
  6. Remove from heat and let to cool before putting them on fridge.
  7. Upon serving, remove the pudding from its mold.

   

   

 

Tips : When steam the pudding, do not increase the temperature and let the water boil as it will ruin the pudding texture.

5 thoughts on “Caramel Custard Pudding

  1. Yes, this custard pudding is simple and affordable, I copy the recipe inc the steps and they turn good to be very good. I am using a plastic pudding cup so skip the challenge to remove them from the pudding mold. Once I dip the spoon into the pudding the caramel sauce comes into the surface. so yummy….thanks for sharing. esp the steps and how to steam.

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