March 04, 2007

Karamel Etimek Puding~Carmel Bread Pudding Oh sooo good!

A good book, some nice hot tea, and a taste of this delectable Carmel pudding is all you need on a cold winters day. Afiyet Olsun!


4 c whole milk
1 pkt vanilla
3/4 c flour
8 Biscotti breads (Eti)
5 Tbs sugar
1 egg yolk
pinch of Salt
1 9/11 cake pan (glass)

1 1/2 c sugar
1 1/2 c water (hot)

What to do:

First start out by making your Carmel syrup/glaze. In a medium sauce pan add you sugar and turn on medium/high heat. Do not leave unattended! While continuously stirring, let your sugar gently burn on the sides, thus creating a Carmel flavour. CAUTION! Place pan in empty sink when adding your hot water. Slowly add the hot water to the sugar. It will bubble and splatter. Once all water has been added and has calmed, return to stove on a medium/high flame. Constantly watch and stir occasionally. Add all ingredients into a non-stick pan, leaving out 1 cup of milk and the flour. Gradually mix flour with milk to make a smooth thickener. Add to pan. Check your syrup. Dip your spoon in syrup, if it coats back of spoon (metal) nicely it is done. Pour sparingly over bread that you layered on the bottom of your 9/11 cake pan. Save 1/4 sugar and return to stove. Cook pudding on Medium to low heat until thickened. Make sure to constantly stir so not to get lumps. Pour over bread and let cool in refrigerator. Continue to simmer the remaining syrup approximately 10 more minutes on low. Let cool. When pudding is completely cool decoratively poor on top of dessert. Walnuts, Cinnamon, Coconut can be used in place of sugar glaze.


Gazeteci said...

Congratulations Banu! very nice blog. Recipes also look yummy! You mentioned about the friends (my lovely old friends),how you see each other and get together... This made a little bit jeaolus,too. :) I missed you guys! Say selam to Tuba, Betul, Hatice, Sibel and others...

Nesrin (mommy of Musa Seckin)

I also have a blog since October but I can't post much.Musa keeps me very busy, no time to sit in front of the computer.

nurbeyaz said...

hey, your desert looks yummy.makbule gave me your adress and I just wanted to stop by and say hi!

Banu said...

Oh thank you so much for your comments about Banu's Kitchen. Dear Nur,
Makbule is so wonderful and we have so many wonderful friends here. She has been so busy helping me to get pictures and recipes ready. Insallah it will continue to be alot of fun and a nice way to meet new friends. If you like you can tell your friends there in Texas. Thank you so much again. Banu @ Banu's Kitchen

Banu said...

Aleyakum Selam

Nesrin we miss you sooo much too. Thanks for your kind words. It has been fun starting and trying new recipes. See you soon Insallah XOXO Banu!

Anonymous said...

Dear Banu`cugum,
Woww! i am speechless! amazing! you really impressed me with your website, i am forwarding your website to my friends who wants to learn cook turkish food. maashallah! may Allah bless you and when we come to chicago inshallah u`ll invite us :-)))