Monday, August 5, 2013

Chocolate (Biscuit) Pudding

I believe Cooking is a form of art, and no art form is complete without creativity. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than experimenting with different ingredients. Sometime the results are good, while some other time they are pathetic. But whatever it may be, it never dampens my love for this form of art. Today I am going to share the recipe of one such venture which had a successful outcome. Hopefully you too will find this extremely easy, and bless me while tasting the end result!




Ingredients

  • Chocolate Biscuits: 7 or 8 Medium sized ones ( actually you can always modify the number) 
  • Milk: 5-6 tbsp ( it is better to start with small amount, then adjust later so that you end up with a batter thinner than your usual cake batter but a wee bit thicker than usual milkshake) 
  • Sugar : As per taste 
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 tsp 
  • Butter: 1/4 or 1/2 tsp 
Method
  1. Blend all the ingredients to make a batter of above mentioned consistency. 
  2. Pour it in a microwave safe container. 
  3. Micro it for 1min 10 secs ( can vary as per your machine) at high power, till you get your well cooked but soft delicious pudding. 
  4. Refrigerate it after bringing to room temperature. Serve it cold. 
I will eagerly wait for the feedback. Happy Cooking!

5 comments:

  1. HOW RIGHT ABOUT COOKING AS AN ART, THIS BISCUIT PUDDING LOOKS CHOCOLATY SCRUMPTIOUS...AWESOME TREAT
    :-)

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    1. Hey thank you! It's actually made by my friend Debasmita, she and I together run this blog... :) Thanks a lot for dropping by! I am having a terrible time balancing work and social life!

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  2. Chocolate pudding looks so tASTY! I HAVE TO VEGANIZE this yummy recipe...

    Please visit the blog, vegan india to find out the cruel conditions of dairy cows in India.

    Blogs such as vegan richa, holy cow are filled with so many plant-based recipes...

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    1. Thanks a lot for the comment and also the awareness you're spreading. Will surely visit and would love to help, Kumudha.

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Would you try it? :)

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