Caramel Bread Pudding Recipe
Caramel Bread Pudding Recipe is a lip smacking dessert of a bread pudding paired with caramel sauce. A perfect blend of flavours and textures, this warm bread pudding flavoured with caramel is all you need for dessert on a cold winter's night.
Caramel Bread Pudding is a melt in the mouth pudding made with caramel and bread slices. This pudding is prepared by steaming method and hence no need of an oven in this recipe. Steaming can be done in a pan/pressure cooker/an electric rice cooker.
Dry fruits like cashews/raisins/almonds enhance the flavor of this pudding. This is a simple dessert to prepare when you have guests coming home or after a weeknight meal. Also it does not take up much time and can be prepared in a jiff.
Make this Caramel Bread Pudding at your next get together as a Party Dessert and have everyone asking for more!
Other pudding recipes that you can try are:
- 1 1/2 cups Milk
- 8 Bread slices
- 2/3 cup Sugar
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 2 tablespoons Caramel Sauce
How to make Caramel Bread Pudding Recipe
To begin the preparation of Caramel Bread Pudding, tear the bread into pieces and add milk to it. Mix vanilla & sugar and then keep aside.
Pour the caramel sauce into a mold and tilt to coat the bottom and a bit in the sides as well. Let it set for two minutes and pour the bread mixture to it.
Take a pressure cooker & fill it with 3/4 cup water. Place the mold with bread mixture inside covering the mold with aluminium foil & holes pricked by a fork for the steam to escape. Close the pressure cooker with lid without putting the weight valve/whistle.
Steam it for 20-25 minutes. After that, cool down and keep it in refrigerator for minimum 2 hours.Then invert it on a plate & cut into desired shape.
Your Caramel Bread Pudding is now ready to be relished at your next get together as a Party Dessert and have everyone asking for more!
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