Monday, April 19, 2010

Biscuit pudding ?

   I am not sure what to call today's recipe.  A recipe I am revisiting after almost 8 years ! I got the basic recipe from the cocoa powder packet when I was still newly married. I made it often then and friends and family equally liked it.  Recently, I had a craving for some and made it for you and me.  I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.  Also, let me know if you can think of any other name for this pudding and leave your suggestion in the comments.  I will update the name with the most innovative and apt suggestion.



Ingredients:

Marie biscuits- 25
Milk- 1 cup
corn starch- 2 tsp
cocoa powder- 2 tbsp
sugar- 2-3 tbsp




Method:

1.In 2-3 tbsp of milk, mix the cocoa powder and corn flour without any lumps and keep aside.
2.Boil the remaining milk in a pan.
3.Add the sugar and stir to mix in well.
4.Add the cocoa corn starch mixture to this while stirring and continue stirring the entire mixture till it starts thickening.
5.When you see that it has thickened enough switch off the heat. (it shoul be little more thicker than dosa batter at this point)
6.Place one biscuit in a plate and pout a tbsp of mixture on top.
7.Place the next biscuit on top and continue for 5-6 more biscuits. Finally pour on the sides to fill any gaps.
8.Make 3 more piles like this.
9.Let it come to the room temperature and keep in a refrigerator for 1-2 hrs.
10.Serve chilled, after slicing the block.




Contributor: Namitha

88 comments:

  1. Wow.. what a fabulous pictures.. love it.. Looks super good and tempting.

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  2. Who cares about the name ..I am drooling over this pudding ... Very simple to make .

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  3. Very creative cooking with Marie bisquits! Thks for the recipe!

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  4. awesome pictures...loved this biscuit pudding !!

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  5. Wow Simple and quick snacks or dessert.

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  6. Just so beautiful namitha, i had also done something similar but with single biscuits, and not piling it up...your version is so good and so yummy....

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  7. Wooow,,,biscuit pudding looks great dear nice idea..

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  8. Looks so so yumm. here my MIL make something like this with biscuits, next time i will ask her what she calls them.

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  9. so creative,.....what ever name u will give ,will just go perfect with this delectable dish....lovely presentation and lovely snap too....toooooooooooooooooooooooo gooooooooooooooooooooddddddddddddd........

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  10. Namitha and sunitha,
    Biscuit pudding adipoli, perlil enthu erikkumu, ruchi athanu vendathu.

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  11. Hi! This reminded me of a biscuit cake which I used to make with my sister when I was little. Thank you for reminding me this. Mine was coffee and whipped cream involved., I think. Now, I want to make this cake which I used to make. (If I still remember how to make it !) Yours look good also!

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  12. Oh i have always known it as biscuit pudding...a common dessert at home...my mom makes the yummiest of biscuit puddings...more or less ur way but a few twists...

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  13. tempting choco crackers piled up.. feel like to have it now..

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  14. Wooow,,,biscuit pudding looks great dear nice idea.

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  15. Wow! great click..I remember this pudding..my sister used to make this at home..thanks for the recipe..

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  16. wow these look so cute!!
    i wouldnthave thought of using biscuits like this!

    Great post :)

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  17. What a wonderfully simple treat. It would be perfect with tea. I hope all is well and that you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  18. I have been thinking of making this after i saw it on one of teh blogs....in that blog i saw, they kind of made like a log by drawing with fork and named it chocolate log i guess.....Will update soon...Choco-biscuit pudding?..a suggestion...
    BTW, loved the snap, so beautiful....And i ams so making this:)...

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  19. So tempting pudding..lovely clicks!

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  20. Hey CC..great clicks ketto..Njagalum Biscuit pudding enna kettekunne..Yummy yumm..

    b/w we are happy taht you liked our header pic..kure naalay athinte pic edukan nadakayrunu..madi pidichu erunu..finally vishune eduthu...

    Love
    KS

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  21. Gulmohar beautiful blog space you have :) The way of presentation is simply superb :) Thanks for visiting my blog

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  22. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! mouth watering and tempting biscuit pudding.

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  23. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! mouth watering and tempting biscuit pudding.

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  24. this looks soo tempting. I am yet to try this one

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  25. Hi Namitha, the last time i had biscuit pudding was so long back...i have been on the look out for a recipe since a while now...i'm glad you put up this post...i'm definitely gonna try this soon....the snaps as usual look awesome...:)

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  26. Never knew Marie biscuits could be made into this yummy dish. Great creativity.

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  27. Great dessert,a good alternate to the usual cake or pudding.

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  28. One of my favourite, just love it...those clicks tempt me a lot..

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  29. Simple and delicious pudding..lovely pics too!! Cant wait to try this recipe..

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  30. the biscuits pudding looks great and colourful. Nice one indeed

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  31. with sprinkles on top, this should be the easiest dessert to make...looks delicious.

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  32. Hey, this is beautiful, Namitha (and what a pretty name you have). I need to make something pretty like this-they say half of taste happens with the eyes!

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  33. That looks very beautiful! Love the layers and colours. It just brings smiles :D Thanks for sharing. MayMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  34. OH MY !!! yummy recipe, Namitha..I have all the ingredients and I sure gonna try this soon...I am sure my son would just love this.

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  35. that is a perfect layered pudding.... sure would be a hit w/ kids and parents too...

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  36. Gorgeous picture and a delicious dessert.

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  37. Very interesting one dear...looks so good and delicious...this must have been a hit with your kids :)

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  38. that's a quick dessert.....got choc. too...

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  39. Looks cute, colorful and yummy.

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  40. With the vacation starting here ,all such easy tempting recipes are most helpful.Thanks.It looks tempting to Mom too

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  41. oh this is so cool love Marie biscuits

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  42. Such beautifully stacked biscuits. Lovely pictures as well!

    xo

    Nisrine

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  43. Simple and yet beautiful:-) YUMMY

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  44. I make this too but never get such perfect layers.

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  45. The layers are like cake! Perfect capture!

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  46. It's lovely, I think I would crave that too! Mmm...

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  47. Heyy!!!
    My MIL makes this too..a bit differently. Love this so much.

    and veryyyyyyyyyyyy drooling pictures.

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  48. Lovely and tempting pudding biscuits ...My son will love this
    Fantastic clicks.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  49. my kid sure love this, furthermore this is so simple to prepare, immediate bookmark this.Thanks for sharing.

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  50. Yeah, this is indeed a Biscuit Pudding which was so so commonly made by my mom when I was a child. She would also refer this to Biscuit Pudding. U've got so crisp cuts which are difficult to get with these. Nice snaps as usual. :)

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  51. This is my fav one from my school days... looks so yummy and i can have anytime ..I always adore ur pictures..looks fantastic,

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  52. My maa used to make this in our childhood. she added a little bit of scraped coconut. lovely pics dear....thanks for reminding will try this once am back in action.

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  53. This is too good. Kids will really love it. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

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  54. I love the contrast of brown and white, you could call it Chocolate Layered Pudding :D
    All always stunning pics!

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  55. Wow! Wonderful recipe. My daughter will love this.

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  56. nice presentation....yummy and delicious pudding!

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  57. Very creative cooking with Marie bisquits..Yami-yami !!

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  58. I have nothing to say but 'Awesome, awesome and awesome.............:):):):)

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  59. Lovely chocolaty layered marie. Simple,yummy and lovely pics.

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  60. perfectly made.....tempting pics

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  61. I have put a similar version in my blog too...
    http://sharmis-passions.blogspot.com/2009/03/i-name-it-chocolate-spongies.html
    I called them chocolate spongies...watever be the name the taste is yum! Ur version is colorful and tempts me....

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  62. lovely pudding.. i make a cake this way with biscuits.. these look like mini biscuit cake..:)

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  63. ooh...you could call this "dessert with no name" and people would still devour it:))too yummy...my suggestion would be "chilled biscuit cake with colorful sprinkles!"

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  64. Beautiful...Kids going to love this

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  65. Wow! Super yummy! Both younger and grown up Kids will love to have it! haha!

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  66. You have no idea how desperately I was searching for this recipe.
    One of my cousins frnd had mentioned about this and I had jotted it down in tit bits but later I just lost it and now you have given a sweet reminder !

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  67. I think its called some "log". I saw a similar post in someone's blog ages ago..neetz express i think. A splendid looking stack of chocolate coated biscuits.

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  68. Great photos are always! Must taste good!

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  69. Hey thts very diff n easy too...awesome click.

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  70. Looks kind of festive and yummy!

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  71. A big thanks to all..Those who are planning to try it, go ahead, you/your lil ones will love it :D

    @ Stella : A special thanks to you :-)

    Thanks for your suggestions on name. Since most of you have agreed on biscuit pudding, I think I should continue calling that :D

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  72. Wow that definitely looks delicious..remember there was something similar my mum would quickly stir up with marie biscuits to please us.. great clicks

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  73. super ayitundu too...packathinte abcd ariyatha college days il eppozho eviduno kanditu oru biscuit pudding njan akiyirunu..athinte recipe yo tasto onum ormayilla..kanan enthayalum ethra nallathalayirunu..:)

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  74. I asked my MIL abbout the name as she makes this and her mom also made it here in Belgium they call it Grootmoders taart mean grandmothers cake :-)

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  75. @Happy Cook : Thanks a ton :-) That's such a lovely name,loved it :D

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  76. love the name biscuit pudding and they look so pretty! i would have never imagined a combination of marie biscuits this way.. yummy!

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  77. OH dear... Namitha..LOved this post..What a beauty created with the humble Marie biscuits..In fact I loved the name..thats what got me curious to read more..BISCUIT PUDDING...Its a keeper. Clicks are just fab as well..I'm sure ur kids wd have loved this..I'll make this for my kids..as we always have Marie biscuits at home..(my younger one loves munching on these..)

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  78. So beautiful... n heavenly....
    just saw this post!

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  79. lovely dessert! whatever you call it, it's amazing. :)

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