Sunday, October 16, 2011

Caramel Pudding - Day 16

This eggless caramel pudding tastes very much like flan but it is much lighter. I think I like this version better but Carlos prefer the eggy version. I can’t blame him as he grew up eating that type of flan that with Dulce De Leche.

How time flies. We into the 3rd week of the challenge. We have seen so many wonderful recipes and ways to use the Jelly mould created by the rest of the bloggers. Please do continue to support the Breast Cancer Awareness Month and if you are interested to purchase the Royal Selangor Pewter Jelly Mould designed by Nick Munro you can get it here . Proceeds from the sale of the jelly mould go towards the Breast Cancer Welfare Association in aid of their continuous efforts to raise awareness and support for breast cancer


5 gram agar agar powder
550 ml water
60 gram sugar
100 ml milk
1 tbsp custard powder
1 tsp essence vanilla

For Caramel:

1/3 cup sugar
3 tbsp water

1. In a small heavy bottom saucepan, over medium heat, cook the 1/3 cup sugar with the 3 tbsp of water, stirring constantly until it is light brown syrup. Pour syrup into the Jelly Moulds or any type of serving bowl and set it aside.
2. Combined milk and custard powder. Mix well, strain and set it aside. In a pot bring the sugar, water and agar agar powder to boil over medium heat. Stirring constantly until all the ingredients dissolved.
3. Turn the heat down to low and add in the milk mixture. Continue to stir until mixture thickens and come up to a slow boil. Turn off the heat, add in the vanilla and stir well. Pour the mixture into prepared jelly moulds.
4. Cool and let it set in the fridge for a few hours before serving.

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Anonymous said...

An eggless flan sound great. I like to doc it up with raisins and chop up walnuts with the sauce.


Unknown said...

This eggless pudding must be a very good news to those who are vegetarian...tat pudding really looks so smooth isn't it? Nice attempt.


Cooking Gallery said...

I can't believe that it's eggless...! But it still looks so good! I admire people who can make such flawless pudding, mine normally turns out cracked, etc ;).

Anonymous said...

Wow.. eggless ! How does it taste ? Does it taste very milky ?

Would love to try this out soon

Anonymous said...

I'm sure I will like this. I have bookmarked this.

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Oops click before leaving my name...

Unknown said...

this is so pretty

Alice said...

i've been following your postings with the mould - wow! very creative ideas u've come out with - big two thumbs up!
all look so delicious.. this pudding is no exception
thks for sharing :)

ann low said...

This caramel pudding looks so smooth, I'm sure it must be very yummy even without egg in it :)

Poonam said...

This looks delicious! Agar Agar is very useful in making eggless pudding. :-)

Wendy said...

It looks so good. How do you strain the mixture?

Anonymous said...

i like caramel pudding if it made by another person ... lol... because i'm too 'lazy' to make the caramel... sis, may i have some.... :)

Yat Maria said...

This is nice Gert...eggless one..I must try :)

yanie anuar ~ putrajaya said...

i follow u..

Linda said...

Eggless pudding Never try before. Should be very nice. I like it to be light too but my kids prefer more eggy! :) will try out! Perhaps change their views! :)

Chah said...

All time fav...w/o egg, taste like dadih? Must try! Tq...

Shereen said...

I too prefer the eggless eggy smell and thus can eat more...hehehe.Love the colour...sweet pastel with the beautiful flower:)

Anonymous said...

It looks very nice:) Can`t believe its eggless. looks very delicious

suituapui said...

I love egg caramel, yes...the egg one...with lots of caramel. Yummmm!!!

ninazsyafinaz said...

I tried this eggless version last time..It taste great and yummy but still I prefer the version with egg..that soooooo YUMM!!!I will omit the caramel sugar and substitue it with honey.

Anonymous said...

You can never go wrong with a caramel pudding in our house. We will surely try this version sometime soon. Simon

hanushi said...

The pudding is so smooth... The recipe looks simple too... Thanks for sharing! :)

K.Nor said...

eggless caramel ni mmg sedap! nak buat pun mudah tak perlu masuk oven kan :)

shweta Sylvia jani said...

yum is the word, i am going to make this soon and top it up with carame

My Little Space said...

The texture of your pudding looks really smooth & yummy.
Wishing you all the best.

ICook4Fun said...

Betty, that sounds like a great idea.

Angeline, yes it is soft and smooth.

Cooking Gallery, dip the mould in a bit of hot water before removing it. It might help :)

Cheo, Eileen, Jennifurla, thank you.

Alice, thank your for your support.

Ann, Poonam, Wendy, thank you,

Hunny, you are lucky. My sisters are in Malaysia so they can't make it for me :(

Yat Maria, Yanie, thank you.

Linda, I don't think they will know the difference if you serve them this.

Chah, welcome.

Shereen, I am going to try out your green tea one day.

Anon, thank you.

Suituapui, like my hubby :)

Nina, yea many people prefer the egg one.

Simon, I think you prefer this version, right. No eggs in it :)

Hanushi, you are welcome.

K.Nor, kena buat this version. The mould tak boleh masuk oven :)

Shweta, thank you.

Kristy, thank you for you continue support :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, yes. Caramel anything is the best.