Gastronomically Terrific

May 3, 2010

Lemon Delight Pudding

Filed under: pudding — Tags: , , — thinkingdan @ 10:01 pm

This excellent pudding is extremely simple and very moreish. I guess it’s somewhere between a cake and a milk pudding.  Sadly we have no picture, but its nothing at all to look at – just a pale yellow “stuff” baked to a golden brown on top.  Instead I’ll describe what goes in: 150g of sugar, 50g butter, juice and zest of a lemon, 50g flour, 2 eggs, separated, and 200ml of milk.  You whisk the egg until stiff then fold everything in together.  This keeps the pudding airy during baking, which is for 30 minutes at 150 degrees.  It sets to an extremely light fluffy mixture with the lemon zest proving the occasional bit of texture.  It’s a very lemony, very tasty pudding!

Who made it: Dan and Anna jointly.

Recipe: “Cakes, bakes, puddings and prayers” by Susan Over, page 38.

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