Category: Pudding

Rusky Pudding

Had made this along with my friend and it came out excellent..:). Makes around 12 pcs of the size shown in the photo


1)3 large eggs
2)6 heaped tbsp rusk crumbs
3)4 level tbsp sugar
4)1 tbsp desi ghee
5)1 level tsp baking powder
6)1/2 tsp vanilla essence
7)3 tbsp walnut-broken into small pcs
8)2 tbsp kishmish
9)1 cup hot milk

For the apple custard sauce-

1) 2 1/2 cups milk
2)1 heaped tbsp custard powder(make it a huge heap..;))
3)4 tbsp sugar
4) 1 apple-cut into small pieces


1)Preheat the oven to 200°C
1)Grease a baking dish with butter. I used a rectangular dish.Much easier to manage the cutting..:P
2)Arrange the walnuts and raisins so that they cover the base of the baking tin.Keep aside.
3)Beat the egg whites in a dry dish till stiff. Mix in egg yolks and beat again.
4)Add the rusk, sugar, ghee, baking powder and vanilla essence. Beat well. The mixture should be of thick pouring consistency. Don’t worry if it is too thick because hot milk is added later to make the pudding spongy…:)
5)Pour the mixture into the arranged greased tin.Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes.

This is how it looks when its fresh out of the oven..:)

6)When baked, cut into pieces of desired size and pour the hot milk all over the pudding. This makes it softer.Keep Aside.

Apple Sauce-

1)Prepare custard by dissolving custard powder in 1/2 cup of cold milk
2)Heat 2 cups of milk with sugar. When it boils, add the custard mixture, stirring continuously.Add the apple pieces. Cook for 2-3 minutes till it coats the spoon.(It is very important that you put the apples at the right time because otherwise the custard does not get the taste of the apples and its just plain custard with apple pieces..:P)

Pour the apple sauce all over the pudding and refrigerate for atleast 2-3 hours and serve cold…
Garnish with raisins and broken walnut pieces…
The pudding is ready!! 😀

The final dessert.

1 egg
1 cup milk
1 bread slice
3 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp sugar for caramalization
1 tsp vanilla
1 tbsp raisins(optional)


1)Boil the milk, bread and sugar.
2)Cool it and then blend.
3)Add the vanilla.Add raisins.
4)In a small baking dish, add 1 tbsp of sugar and caramelize it by heating on medium heat.
I have added a video on how to caramelize sugar…however it is not absolutely necessary to have a thermometer! i do it without it and it works just fine! You will know when to stop heating the sugar by the color of the liquid.HAS to be golden brown….

5)Pour the blended mixture into the dish with caramelized sugar and then steam for 20 minutes or till it leaves the sides.

6)Turn the dish over….I have decorated it with chocolate syrup….can use anything..:)