Friday, 14 February 2014

Macau Sawdust Pudding

No pain no gain philosophy does not always hold true. In some cases, you can definitely gain a lot of pleasure with no pain at all and today's recipe is a super example of it. The simplest of the puddings I have made till date while giving a yummy end to any meal. Once you have the ingredients at hand you can even prepare this dessert while guests are already at your doorstep. That easy it is!

100 gms marie biscuit or any plain butter biscuit (Britannia Good Day is a good option)
250 ml whipping cream
1/3 cup milkmaid (add little at a time and keep tasting for sweetness as per your liking)
1 tsp vanilla essence

In a grinder, add the biscuits and pulse to make a fine powder. In a bowl, whip the cream with milkmaid and vanilla essence till soft peaks are formed. Best done with a hand blender. In your preferred serving bowl, preferably individual bowls, line a layer of the powdered biscuits followed by a layer of the cream. Finely spread it out with the back of the spoon and follow the procedure till the brim of the bowl. Do not put too much biscuit else only the top layer will be moist with the cream. Continue with the rest of the bowls and chill in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. Take out from the fridge 10 minutes  before serving.


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