Pudding

Pudding is found in Ireland, too. But, beware, pudding is not like pudding! 😉 Many Irish are having white and/or black pudding (specific kind of sausage) for breakfast.

Today I’m talking about this kind of pudding, though:

pudding dreierlei-1

Yes, a sort of custard. As the Irish love theirs, we love our sort of pudding. 🙂

Living in Ireland you can either order pudding mix from Germany, buy it at a Polish supermarket (it’s called Budyn there), or make your own. Making your own is not that hard to do!

Ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • 250ml (1 cup) cold milk
  • 2 tbsp cornflour
  • 3 tbsp flour
  • 500ml (2 cups) milk
  • 2 tbsp honey or 4 tbsp sugar
  • Flavoring: 2 tbsp brown sugar (butterscotch) or 1-2 tsp vanilla or 2tbsp cocoa + extra sugar/honey (chocolate)

Instructions

  1. Whisk the egg and pour into 250ml (1 cup) of cold milk; add cornflour and flour, mix well.
  2. In a saucepan heat up 500ml (2 cups) of milk. Add the flavoring and stir, then add egg-milk-flour-mixture, stir continually until the pudding thickens.
  3. Spoon into pudding cups or bowls. Let sit to cool.

About Carmen W. (Mirjam Fels)

I'm a help meet, homemaker, mom, and writer, born and raised in Germany, now living in the Sunny South East of Ireland. You can find me at CarmenInIreland.com where I’m writing about Life in Ireland and at TheChristianHomemaker.com where I'm posting about Christian homemaking. Additionally, using my pen name, Mirjam Fels, I'm running a small blog about writing and home education.
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