Fruity Bread Custard Pudding   1 comment

Custard is always a delicious treat specially when clubbed with fruits. Being a fan of Shahi Tukda (an Indian Bread Dessert) I wanted to adapt the dish to use Fruity Custard instead and enjoy some wonderful pudding. So here it goes, enjoy the treat!


1 small Apple
1 small Pear
500 ml Milk
1 tsp Powdered Sugar
4 Tbsp Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla Essence
1 tsp Lemon Juice
¼ tsp Cinnamon Powder
3 Tbsp Vanilla Custard Powder (Pillsbury)
½ tsp Orange Glucose Powder (Optional)
1 Tbsp Muesli Mix (Optional)
3 Bread Slices

-: Recipe :-

  1. Quarter and thinly slice the Apple & Pear and mix with cinnamon, vanilla essense, powdered sugar, lemon juice and 2 tsp milk.
  2. Cut each toasted bread in 6 rectangular pieces and mix with the fruit slices. Arrange trhe mixture in a baking tray.
  3. Mix Custard Powder with ½ cup cold Milk.
  4. Boil remaining milk and sugar and add the custard mixture. Cook till 2-3 minutes as the mixture thickens. Remove from heat and pour over the fruity bread base so that it covers everything equally.
  5. Garnish with muesli and orange glucose and bake in a pre-heated oven at 190ºC for 10 minutes.
  6. Take the tray out, keep it covered at room temperature to bring down the tenmperature.
  7. Let it set and cool in fridge for about 5-6 hours and Enjoy the Ultimate Experience 🙂

-: Tips :-

  • In case using a different brand of custard powder, use the instructions on the pack to prepare custard with 500 ml Milk with appropriate quantities of custard powder and sugar.
-: Pictures :-
Fruity Bread Custard Pudding

Posted August 25, 2013 by Rahul in Desserts, Recipes

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One response to “Fruity Bread Custard Pudding

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  1. loved the dish. height of imagination…. iske saamne haldiram bhi kya cheez hai


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