Earl Grey Pudding Recipe

Earl Grey Pudding


Ingredents for pudding (makes 6): - 2 eggs - 4 egg yolks - 500ml milk - 3 tbsp Earl Grey tea leaves - 80g sugar

Caramel sauce: - 100g sugar - 2 tbsp water - 50ml hot water

How to make Earl Grey Pudding

Preheat oven to 170degreeC (about 330F)

  1. Milk Tea: Place 1/2 the milk and tea leaves in a small saucepan, boil over medium heat for about 5 min. Strain tea and add sugar and the other half of the milk.

  2. Beat egg and egg yolks in large bowl but taking care not to generate too much foam. Add milk tea from step 1, divide among six oven-proof containers (ramekins or oven-proof tea cups if you have them).

  3. Place pudding cups in a shallow pan, fill the pan with 70-80 degreeC water until the water almost reaches the same level as the pudding liquid. Bake for about 30 minutes and cool in fridge for at least 1 hour before eating.

  4. While pudding is baking, make caramel sauce: place sugar and water in saucepan and heat over medium heat. Do not stir. When color turns dark golden, remove from heat and add the hot water. Cool at room temperature.

To serve, pour caramel sauce over pudding.

  • yongfook
    yongfook says

    this is divine. I've had this in a few restaurants now and it's almost the perfect dessert for me.

  • Judy
    Judy says

    Wow! Sounds really interesting and great picture too! p.s. cute pic of your dog - looks like he's trying real hard to get to your food :)

  • JaiLovesCake
    JaiLovesCake says

    I LOVE YOU...im sorry was that too forward?? this looks...well my mouth is watering. <3

  • Enchante
    Enchante says

    Wow, thanks guys! Earl grey and cream are the perfect combo. Watch the baking time as all ovens are different, and you just can't go wrong.

  • SmerkyGrl
    SmerkyGrl says

    This sounds absolutely rich and wonderful Gotta try it sometime :D

  • celia
    celia says

    looks really yum! lovely photo, too.

  • iconsam
    iconsam says

    Amazing. I made a batch of Earl Grey cookies earlier this year and have been wanting to experiment more with Earl Grey. This is excellent.

  • Elle
    Elle says

    this is awesome.

  • trididdy
    trididdy says

    this looks like flan... yummmmyyyy

  • fourdonk
    fourdonk says

    Sounds great! I would love to experiment with infusing tea into the sweets and other dishes. Must try this recipe very soon!

  • alanballjr
    alanballjr says

    I'm not a fan of Early Grey, but when you make it into a dessert, I think I could go for that. Maybe I'll be a fan yet.

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