Leftover plain cake pudding


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The custard should be of pouring consistency. if thick add a little milk. pour the custard over the pudding and serve.

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Leftover plain cake pudding recipe - How to make Leftover plain cake pudding

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Ingredients

4 cups Sponge Cake
4 tsp dessicated coconut
4 tsp jam (of your choice)
4 tsp condensed milk
1 cup mixed nuts

For the Custard Sauce
2 cups milk (approx. 1/2 litre)
1 tbsp custard powder
1 tbsp sugar
2 cardamoms (elaichi), powdered
Method


    To make the pudding:

    1. Toast the coconut powder.
    2. In a bowl add the plain cake and with your fingers crumble it into crumbs.
    3. Add the coconut powder, jam, condensed milk and dried-fruit and mix well.
    4. Now press the mixture in a bowl and refrigerate.
    5. when set serve with the custard sauce.

    To make the custard sauce:

    1. Mix the custard in ½ cup milk from the ½litre milk.
    2. Boil rest of the milk and add the custard to the milk stirring all the time.
    3. Add the cardamom and sugar.
    4. When the sugar is dissolved take down from the heat.
    5. Cool and serve with the pudding.


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    This recipe was contributed by sukutoya on 24 Nov 2005


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