Simple recipe for marron pudding --Steamed pudding that does not require an oven For utilizing excess marron cream
|Material ( For 2 people )|
|Maron cream||30g (1.06oz)|
|milk||90ml (3.04us fl oz)|
|Whipped cream or cocoa powder||Appropriate amount|
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Marron pudding recipe
Marron pudding material・ Maron cream 30g (1.06oz) ※ "Bonne Maman Maron cream" is used ・ Milk 90ml (3.04us fl oz)
・ Sugar 10g (0.35oz)
・ 1 egg ・ Whipped cream or cocoa powder
How to make marron pudding1. 1. Mix malon cream, milk and sugar well.
2. Add the beaten egg and mix.
3. 3. Rub with a colander or a strainer.
Four. Put evenly in 2 heat-resistant cocottes (capacity about 100 ml).
Five. Spread kitchen paper on a frying pan and line up the cocottes. Pour boiling water, being careful not to get into the cocotte (up to about half the height of the cocotte).
6. Cover the frying pan and bring to a boil over medium heat, then steam over low heat for about 7 minutes. Stick a bamboo skewer and it's OK if the center is solid.
7. 7. Top with whipped cream or cocoa powder if you like. It's okay if it's still warm, or even after it's cooled.
The mild brown steamed pudding has a simple taste with the gentle sweetness of marron cream and a rough texture. It has a caramel-like aroma and richness, and it will leave you behind. You can leave it as it is, but it is recommended to sprinkle it with whipped cream, cocoa powder, chocolate sauce, etc.
Marron pudding with a gentle flavor that is not overstated. Try it when you want to make a slightly different pudding.