Japanese milk Pudding recipe
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The recent Green Tea Steamed Cake was a real hit among Just One Cookbook readers and I received very supportive feedback from readers (thank you!). Today I am excited to share my next “steam in a frying pan” recipe with you, and it’s Custard Pudding.
In Japan we call this dessert “Purin”. Bakeries, pastry shops, supermarkets and convenience stores they all carry “Purin” or custard pudding. I grew up eating custard pudding more frequently than eating cookies. There are many flavors of custard pudding in Japan, ranging from chocolate to pumpkin to green tea. Custard pudding also happens to be one of my family’s favorite dessert and I make this quite often.
I previously shared no bake/no steam Crème Caramel on Just One Cookbook before, but that recipe is more tedious. Today’s custard pudding on the other hand is SUPER easy, and when I say easy, I really mean it. It doesn’t take much time to prepare and tastes heavenly. This is a great homemade dessert to impress your guests for dinner parties and you won’t believe how simple it is until you make it! Just mix the ingredients, steam, refrigerate, and enjoy!
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Author: Namiko Chen
- 1 cup (240ml) milk
- 3 eggs
- 3 Tbsp. sugar
- ½ tsp. vanilla
For caramel sauce:
- 3 Tbsp. water
- 1 ½ Tbsp. sugar
Notes* Prep/Cook time does not include chilling time.
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