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Old January 17th, 2007, 12:17 AM
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With much searching on cruise forums, I have exausted myself to finally admitting that I need to start a new post....PLEASE, can someone give me the recipe for that much loved Holland America Bread Pudding???
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The recipe is in their new cookbook. Saw it while on board in January.
Please post if this doesn't help. I did buy the book.
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Tanxs rocketcity...i will have to google that book
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Actually, I have it somewhere. I'll try to dig it up and post it. Be forewarned, it uses enough cream that investment in a cattle ranch might be advised.
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Old June 23rd, 2007, 02:33 PM
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WOW. I found it right off. Amazed myself. Sauce recipe is first, then the actual pudding. Aaargh! Now, I want some.

Vanilla Sauce

Ingredients
1 pint milk
1 pint heavy whipping cream
15 vanilla beans
12 egg yolks
4 ounces sugar

Preparation: In a saucepan, heat the milk, heavy cream, vanilla beans,
and half the sugar until the mixture comes to a boil. Remove the
vanilla
beans. In a separate bowl, combine the egg yolks with the remaining
sugar.
Temper this yolk mixture by adding a portion of the boiling milk
mixture to
it while stirring constantly. This pour this warm yolk mixture into the
saucepan with the remaining milk and return to heat. Stirring
constantly,
cook slowly to 180 degrees F. Mixture should be thick enough to coat
the
back of a spoon. Remove immediately from the heat and strain through a
chinois (or muslin) into a bowl. Place bowl in a bain-marie (ice bath)
to
cool.


Note: This sauce is also known as custard sauce and créme anglaise. It
can
be made over a water bath (double boiler) for more control of the heat
source. You may also substitute real vanilla after the sauce is
complete if
you do not have vanilla beans. One tablespoon will flavor this recipe
adequately.

15 Servings


Bread Pudding
>
> 9 oz. milk
> 9 oz. double cream
> 5 eggs
> 5 oz. sugar
> 3 oz. butter
> 3 fresh vanilla sticks
> 1 tsp cinnamon
> 1 loaf white bread
> salt to taste
> 1 oz. raisins soaked in water.
>
> Bring milk, cream, butter, salt and vanilla to a boil.
> Mix eggs and sugar together
> Add simmering milk mixture and pass through a sieve.
> Arrange bread in a buttered, oven proof dish. Place the soaked raisins
> between the bread layers and cover with the milk mixture.
> Place the dish with the raw pudding mix in a roasting pan filled 1/3
> with water (to retain moisture and prevent burning)
> Bake at a moderate heat (325-350?) for 40-45 minutes, until golden
> brown.
> Sprinkle with sugar and serve with vanilla sauce.
>
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You can find the recipe at Cook Like James - the link is below
Holland America's Bread Pudding - Cook Like James
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