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Stargazer Lily 18th November 2011 10:51

Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
For all you health conscious people out there, here is a recipe for a fat free bread pudding, I have cooked this many times now and it is very hard to tell the difference between one that has been made with lard or other fats.

Ingredients:

1 loaf ( I use an ordinary ekmek, to make even healthier, use brown bread )
Sultanas I use as many as I feel like, other dried fruit can also be used
4 tablespoons of sugar
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 egg
Milk

Method:

Soak the bread in cold water for about 1 hour, squeeze out residue water and mash up, add all the other ingredients, except the milk, give a good mix and then add enough milk to make dough sticky.

Place the mixture in a baking tin and cook in the oven on 170 degrees for about 1 hour, could be more, could be less, depending on these Turkish cookers, stick a knife in the middle, if it comes out clean them its cooked, if the top is getting too brown then cover with greaseproof paper to avoid burning.

Happy Eating !

teresa 18th November 2011 12:36

Re: Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
I love bread pudding but my husband does not unfortunately. Mind you I have never used fat in my recipe.

skydog 18th November 2011 15:15

Re: Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
''Fat free bread pudding'' sounds almost as disgusting as 'Alcohol-free ale' :(

lesley northall 18th November 2011 16:48

Re: Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
I've never used any fat in a bread pudding either. I do in bread ad butter pudding though

Lillylilly 18th November 2011 19:25

Re: Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
ooooo thanks I have a load of ww bread I was just going to chuck away so i ve kept it now and shall buy some sultanas tomorrow and try it out and point it up into portions for a nice change.:angel:

kibris 18th November 2011 21:33

Re: Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
not very often i have surplus ekmek --usually eat it all--so i save the ends in a bag in the freezer till i ve got enough for a bread pudding--and if you look online theres loads of different ones--some with fruit--chocolate ones or savoury ones--ive done a couple of great savoury ones --going to try a chocolate one next

shirleyanntr 19th November 2011 07:08

Re: Fat Free Bread Pudding
 
ive never used fat in a bread pudding before..so im curious.
.how would you use it
i have buttered the bread though.


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