Puddings

Puddings

Rusks pudding

Ingredients
Vanilla rusks 40, 80 milk, eggs 20, 15 sugar, raisins 15, butter 5;
For the sauce: 10 dried apricots, sugar 15.

Vanilla rusks cut into pieces in the shape of squares, put in a bowl, pour the hot milk, close the bowl with a lid and leave for 15 minutes to swell. Raisins to sort through and rinse thoroughly. Egg yolks rubbed with sugar, beat the whites until a thick foam. The cooked from raw egg yolks and sugar mixture is put raisins, rusks, stir, and then enter the beaten egg whites and the second time stir gently. The prepared mixture bake in greased forms. When serving the pudding, top with sauce of apricots.
To prepare the sauce, dried apricots, rinsed, put in a saucepan and cover with cold water. After 2-3 hours, when the apricots will swell, boil them in same water in which they were soaked. When cooking, the pan should be closed with a lid. Cooked apricots to wipe through a fine sieve, put in a pot or deep saucepan, add sugar and while stirring with a spatula to cook on low heat so that the sauce doesn’t burn.

Pudding with apples from wheat bread

Ingredients
80 wheat bread, 20 eggs, milk 80, 60 apples, sugar 20, vanilla 1/10 sticks, butter 5;
For the sauce: 10 dried apricots, sugar 15.

Wheat bread (no crust) cut into cubes with a size of 3-4 mm, put in a saucepan and pour warm boiled milk. Apples (best variety ‘Antonovka’) cleaned, cut into slices and mix with the prepared bread. A further process (preparation of eggs etc.) act just like when making rusks pudding.
When serving the pudding, pour the apricot sauce.

Apple pudding with nuts

Ingredients
65 apples, milk 100, egg 20, 15 sugar, walnuts (kernel) 25, 8 semolina, butter 5;
For the sauce: 10 dried apricots, sugar 15.

Peeled and slightly dried in ovens walnuts through a meat grinder, put in a saucepan, pour the milk and cook for a few minutes, stirring with a wooden spatula. After that, pour in the milk semolina again bring to a boil and then stop heating. In the prepared mixture put the egg yolks rubbed with sugar, diced apples, add a little salt, mix, enter whipped whites and again carefully mix. Mass divided into molds, greased with butter, and cook in a water bath.
Served with sweet sauce (apricot, whipped eggs with sugar and etc).

 

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. These all sound beautiful, especially the apple pudding with walnuts. No photos though?

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  2. Lisa Lotts says:

    I love puddings! These recipes sound like they have a history — with great ingredients!

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  3. Emmyw says:

    Great selection of puddings. The apple pudding with nuts sounds particularly delicious!

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  4. Melissa, the book was published in 1955 🙂 Once cooked, immediately share 🙂

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  5. I love puddings, the apple one sounds wonderful!

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  6. I think I might give apple and nuts a go as it really sounds delicious.

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  7. Candace Kage says:

    We have walnut trees will be trying this out

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  8. These all sound delicious especially the Apple pudding with nuts. I love any and everything apples yum 🙂

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  9. Kortney says:

    Great selection of recipes! They all sound so easy to make, which is always a bonus!

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  10. I love puddings and I love how aged this recipe sounds. I can just imagine flying back in time to have this on a warm day. Delicious!!!

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  11. I like the sound of the apple pudding with nuts.

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  12. The sound delicious – very unique recipes!

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  13. all the pudding recipes sound delicious . but the rusks pudding caught my eye 😀

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  14. It's pudding season for me, apple pudding with nuts please! 🙂

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