Friday, 23 December 2011

Raisins Pudding (Traditional Fare)

We are used to cold or frozen desserts, but when the weather is cold too, we have to think of something warm. I have a few good hot pudding recipes, here’s one.

Golden raisins: 100 g
Carrot: 100 g grated
Currants or sultanas or dates: 100 g
Almonds: 100 g chopped
Nutmeg powder: 1/2tsp
Cinnamon powder: 1/2tsp
Caramel Syrup: 2 tbsps
Butter: 75 g
Plain flour: 100 g
Bread crumbs: 50 g
Sugar: 150 g
Baking soda: ½ tsp
Coke or beer: 150 ml

Grease a jelly mould & keep aside.
Dust the fruits & almonds with flour.
Beat sugar & butter well.
Mix all the ingredients one after the other.
Transfer into the greased moulds, cover with foil & steam for one hour.
Unmould & serve with custard sauce.

For custard sauce, cook half a litre milk with 2 beaten eggs, 3 tbsps sugar & 1 tsp vanilla essence till it coats the back of the spoon. Serve it warm with hot pudding. 
Or chilll the custard & serve with warm pudding.

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