Tuesday, 28 August 2012

COFFEE CARAMEL PUDDING AND MY 50TH BLOG POST!!!

                  
                          Im so excited to be posting my 50th blog post !!!!! Doesnt this call for celebration??:)
So I made these yummy coffee caramel puddings to celebrate.
                          Here at home, we all love coffee.......so it was the perfect dessert!  Extremely easy to make...and most importantly, less mess ;) All I had to do was whip up this dessert, put them into the oven............. and then put up my feet and relax. Its the oven time which seems a loooooong time! sigh! but its definitely worth the wait!:)


INGREDIENTS:
 for the caramel base:
1/2 cup  or 3/4 cup sugar (depending on the bowls you are using)

for the pudding:
2 eggs
1 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
1 cap vanilla essence
1.5 tsps instant coffee powder dissolved in hot water (hot water just enough to dissolve the coffee powder)

PROCESS:
for the caramel base
  •  heat the sugar on low flame in a saucepan until it melts completely. keep stirring and make sure the sugar doesnt burn. when it turns light brown turn off the flame 

  • Pour a thin layer into your moulds/ bowls. let it cool.

for the pudding:
  • using an electric mixer or a hand whisk beat the eggs and sugar together.
  • Add the milk and beat well until the sugar dissolves.

  • Add the vanilla essence and dissolved coffee. beat.
  • Strain the above mixture .
  • pour this into your moulds.
  • place your moulds on a baking tray filled with water.(just enough water so that the base of the mould is immersed in water.)
  • Bake in an oven at 190 deg c for about 40 mins or until the dessert is firm.
  • cool and then refrigerate.

notes:
  • you can either de mould the pudding before serving like the picture below


OR

You can pour the egg mixture into pretty, small individual cups like in the picture below before baking them. In this case you don't have to de mould them before serving.

20 comments:

  1. came here through another blog and love your page. so creatively done/ the pudding looks wonderful, adding coffee takes it to another level. congrats on the 50th post.

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  2. Congrats on the 50th post, love the coffee flavor in the pudding..

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  3. congrats on the 50th post. nice dessert for celebration

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  4. Congrats on ur 50th post, wat a fantastic pudding to celebrate this milestone,keep on going.

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  5. Congrats dear....super pudding with coffee flavor luv it...

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  6. That looks really yum! Congratulations on your 50th post

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  7. Farah, I soooooooo wish to try this!!! Love d 2nd pic (frm d bottom)!!!! :)

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  8. thanks guys!! and tanu... pls do try it and let me kno how it came out! :)

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  9. ohhhh its soo tempting... Love the caramel color... Good Trial !

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  10. DOES THAT look ever so perfect and delicious!!! congrats on this wonderful milestone post Farah :)

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  11. Congratulations, even I just completed my 50th post milestone though I celebrated with some Vegetable Biryani, caramel pudding is a great option. Its one of my fav desserts

    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  12. thanks for leaving your precious comments on my blog.. congrats on your 50th post :) happy to follow you.. hope you will also follow mine..

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  13. Congrats on your 50th post. wish you many more lovely recipes to come. Delicious pudding and nicely done

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  14. Congrats on 50th post. Yummy pudding.

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  15. Congratulations dear on your 50th post. And a delicious treat to celebrate the occasion, looks perfect!

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  16. Congrats on your 50th post. This caramel coffee pudding is nodoubt a delectable dessert. Drool worthy. Thanks for visiting and viewing my space dear.

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  17. Wow, that looks amazing. Kinda reminds me of a leche flan, without the coffee caramel. Still a wonderful creation, nice work.

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  18. Farah this looks so great and yummy :) love the idea of coffee... wish i can have some now

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