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50 mins
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This eggless caramel chocolate custard bread pudding is very delicious. This bread pudding can be made without egg, oven, gelatin. This is very easy and can be prepared with easily available ingredients in our kitchen pantry.
Uploaded by admin on 06-Sep-2019.

For caramel - 1/2 cup sugar
For batter -
6 bread slices
3 tbsp custard powder + 1/2 cup of water
3 tbsp cocoa powder
1+1/2 cup of milk
1/2 cup of sugar
Spread sugar in a flat-bottomed pan. Allow to melt sugar on low flame.

Give a stir and allow to melt sugar properly on low flame. Prepare caramel.

Pour prepared caramel in a 6 inch round cake tin, spread evenly and keep aside.

Mix 1/2 cup water in 3 tbsp custard powder.

Remove sides of bread slices and cut in small pieces.

Add bread pieces in a mixer jar and grind.

Add 1/2 cup sugar, 4 tbsp cocoa powder, 1+1/2 cup milk in a pan and mix.

Place the pan on flame and allow to boil, stir continuously.

Give a good stir to custard powder mixture and mix in chocolate mixture. Stir continuously till it thickens.

Gradually add fresh bread crumbs and mix. Flame should be on low.

Pour prepared chocolate bread mixture in the caramel cake mould. Spread evenly.

Cover with foil paper.

Add water in pressure cooker and place a ring. Steam chocolate caramel pudding on medium flame for 20 minutes.

Open the lid, take out the pudding tin and allow to cool completely. Run a knife and demould the pudding carefully on a plate.

Cut chocolate caramel pudding in slices and enjoy.

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Madhulika Vatsal

I am an explorer of food and I feel that people who love to eat are always the best people. I am passionate about cooking and firmly believe in tha a recipe has no soul, you as the cook and with your affection must bring soul to the recipe. I like to show creativity with food which can be made with easily available ingredients in the kitchen.