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May 21, 2008

Bread Custard


Let me take you into my innovative dessert. This is the first time I made this and it turned out so good.

Ingredients:
  • 2 slices of bread
  • 2 cups milk
  • 3 tsp custard powder + ¼ cup water
  • ½ cup sugar or according to individual taste
  • ½ tsp Cardamom
  • Some broken cashews
  • Some raisins
  • 1 tsp ghee

Preparation:


Toast the bread slices in a toaster and break them into small pieces. Keep aside.

In a bowl heat ghee and add cashews and fry till they turn golden brown.

Then add the bread pieces along with the cardamom seeds, raisins and fry well.

Later add milk and sugar to the bread mixture and stir well. Keep on low flame.

In a small bowl, mix the custard powder with the water and stir well so that the liquid is smooth.
Add this custard solution to the milk + bread mixture and mix well.

Keep this on the flame for some time until the mixture becomes thick and the bread absorbs all the milk.

Turn off the flame and transfer the contents to a different bowl, cover and refrigerate for 3 hours or until the custard sets.

This tastes better when eaten cold.



This is my contribution to “Think Spice: Think Cardamom Event” being hosted by dear Easy Crafts of Simple Indian Food. The Think Spice event is the brainchild of Sunita of Sunita’s World.


It’s raining awards in the blogosphere. I am so happy that dear blogger friends are thinking about me while passing the awards. Thank you so much dear friends for these awards. I will present these awards in my next post once I make up my mind on choosing the friends to pass these on (you know, how hard it is!).

43 comments:

Cham said... [Reply]

Congrats on your award Dear Uma. This Spicy buddy deserves all those little encouragements from Blogosphere... Easy to receive it but hard to choose few of them :) He he..
BTW, it is very feminine ur blog color! But love the addition of ur daught blog....
The custard is cool easy dessert with handy items of pantry!

Asha said... [Reply]

New template is rocking, although I am not fond pink, like the baby pink!:)
Guess what? I made a dish from blog today for dinner, will post next week, it was really exquisite! Get it? ;D
Bread pudding looks delicious, need a dessert fork to dig in now!:)

ranji said... [Reply]

wow..bread custard with the use of eggs!!!awesome:)
an award waiting for u in my blog:)....congrats and enjooooy!!!

Suma Rajesh said... [Reply]

uma...nice dish ...never thaught of bread custard....will surly try this recipe and let u know...

Anjali Damerla said... [Reply]

I liked this template. Looks light and breezy. Perfect for summer :)

Divya Vikram said... [Reply]

Uma love the girlih template..and the custard looks too too yummy uma..BTW..there is something waitng for u at my blog..U always send me the awards before I send them to..So here is one for u..You rock gal..I tried ur ginger chutney and it came out too good..we had it with adai..will post it soon

Anonymous said... [Reply]

The new appearance of your blog is really elegant. Of course it is little pinkish but still looks good. By the way are you still putting the side photo exhibition or dropped that idea as there is no space because of the awards you are getting. Congratulations for all your rewards/awards what not from your fellow bloggers.
-Nature Lover

bee said... [Reply]

we always have leftover bread. this would be a great way to use it.

Archy said... [Reply]

Wow,lovely template Uma.. Perfect for this summer!!

Bread custard lookd Yummy!! Nice entry!!

mitr_bayarea said... [Reply]

Uma-

great recipe for bread custard, looks super. Just wish I had the time to try out every one of your delicious recipes, keep it going.

TBC said... [Reply]

I saw the cardamom seeds sprinkled on the top and it looked so much like mustard seeds. I was wondering how they were being used in a dessert.:D

Siri said... [Reply]

Congrats for the awards Uma.. U very well deserve all of them!..:D.. the bread custard is such a idea .. looks yumm!

Siri

notyet100 said... [Reply]

nice one,..looks tasty,.new one for me,..

Meera said... [Reply]

Hey, nice template. Feels like spring time. Very innovative bread custard. I liked toasting the bread part. Must have tasted delicious.

notyet100 said... [Reply]

THANKS UMA FOR THE SUGGESTION TO WASH OFF THE COLOUR,..MISSED READING UR POSTS,..

sowmya said... [Reply]

nice pudding..looks delicious..template is nice..liked the previous one too...But I believe a change will always make you more creative and innovative...so keep rocking ..

Meera said... [Reply]

A surprise is waiting for you at my blog!:-) Hope you like it.

Rachel said... [Reply]

ideal way of using bread before the extra slices get stale...

DK said... [Reply]

heyyyyyyy! What is this I am seeing here..New Template..Looks cool ..as cool as that delicious pudding ! Way to go girl...

Dhivya said... [Reply]

wow!simply awesome uma:))

Priya said... [Reply]

I have never heard or thought of such an innovative idea!! Way to go. I will certainly give this recipe a try and pass it on to my Mom too.

Swati Raman Garg said... [Reply]

tooo good... what an idea... u rock... i will try it today only....

sra said... [Reply]

You know, Uma, till I read the list of ingredients twice, I was thinking why did she put mustard seeds on bread pudding? :-D
Your garden and butterflies are pretty.

jayasree said... [Reply]

Innovative way to use up the left over bread. New template is cool.

kamala said... [Reply]

Hi Uma,
The template is soo coool.Congrats on ur award.Custard is looking delicious.

Daily Meals said... [Reply]

Hi Uma! The bread custard looks delicious. Nice entry...

Richa said... [Reply]

template is so colorful :)
custard has set so well, am ready to eat now :)

Sangeeth said... [Reply]

uma...very creative recipe...i luved it...do chk out my blog for a surprise :)

Sagari said... [Reply]

nice template uma ,custurd looks very tempting

Bhags said... [Reply]

bread custard seems to be a nice idea....

Felcy said... [Reply]

Thanks for visiting by my blog. I used to make bread pudding.. Bread custard is interesting.. Gotta try it soon... You've got variety of dishes which I've never heard before... Good Job!!!

Laavanya said... [Reply]

You come up with so many innovative dishes Uma... that should be a nice way to use up some leftover bread.
This template is pretty.

Arundathi said... [Reply]

Nice looking custard!

Mansi Desai said... [Reply]

Somehow I liked the previous template better Uma:) just in case you are thinking of switchiing back:)D

the bread pudding looks delicious! I made mini-cheesecakes today:)

Sukanya Ramkumar said... [Reply]

Hi Uma...
Bread custard looks so good... YUM!. Turned out so perfect for u. Nice work dear.... Love it...

Homecooked said... [Reply]

wow....your bread pudding looks yummy.Very creative :) Great entry.

Shubha Ravikoti said... [Reply]

Congrats on ur award.... and that bread pudding looks awesome... loved it..

have tagged u...:) check my blog

Suma Rajesh said... [Reply]

therez a surprise on my blog...plzz check it out

sireesha said... [Reply]

Hi,visiting ur blog for the first time,nice blog.Would love to see u on my blog.
Congrats on ur award....
your bread pudding looks yummy.Very creative :) Great entry.

Seena said... [Reply]

will surely remember this recipe when in need!
just want to jump in to it.. :P

Andhra Flavors said... [Reply]

I used to make bread halwa,bread custard is so interesting.

easycrafts said... [Reply]

I know its quite difficult to choose friends to share the awards...congrats on the awards and thanks for the creative entry

Pearlsofeast said... [Reply]

Uma, This template is rocking and ur bread custard looks so mouthwatering. I just enjoyed looking at it dear.

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