Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Melting Middle Chocolate Pudding



Another simple recipe that I have tried. Very-very nice and so easy to make.


Melting Middle Chocolate Pudding

Ingredients

170g cooking chocolate
10 tablespoon butter
1 1/2 cup icing sugar
1 cup flour
3 eggs
3 egg yolk


Method

1. Preheat oven to 220C.

2. Melt chocolate and butter ( I just melt them together in microwave oven for 0.5min and then mix until all the chocolate melted)

3.Mix icing sugar and flour or you can also sieve them together.

4.Whip both eggs and egg yolk together.

5. When the chocolate mixture is cool enough, beat in the egg mixture followed by the icing sugar/flour mix.

6. Pour into cupcakes baking tin ( I also put the cupcakes paper cups so that it is easier to get them out from tin later)
7. Bake for 8 min or until the puddings are slightly hard on the outside but soft in the middle.
8. Let them cool down for about 1 min. Take out pudding from baking tin.
9. Serve upside down on a plate. Take off the paper cup covering. Sprinkle some icin sugar on top of the puddings.


Try it and let me know what do you think of it :).

22 comments:

  1. lea heheheheh hello blogger!!!!pandai rupanya u masak kan lea!i kasi link u di whimsical ah lea. lea kau tau, i tersenyum o bila tengok nama u poppet.it bring back good memories masa di liverpool kan!

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  2. yelo val... :). Tidak pandai masak val, i know to try simple recipe ja hahahaha, complicated recipe i malas to try.

    Thx for linking me aah :)

    Poppet... ehm....

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  3. poppet bole ka pi food tasting di tempat u?hehehehe janet bawa minuman, i bawa tikuan

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  4. vale.. rumah sia penuh brg budak, even we yg at home pun hmpir inda ble masuk hehehehe.. lagipun sia malas mo masak... not like janet, she rajin masaklah.
    I bake-bake tu pun musim rajin.. yg mmg jarang

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  5. yummy! every time i go out to a restraunt i have THIS! it's sooooo delicious!! :-) my mum said it was hard to make but it sounds easy enough and i'm young!!! :-)

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  6. This recipe was sooo hard to eat cuz it looks soo delicious yoo dont wanna eat it haha lol gr8 recipes guys!!! .

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  7. Yo, great recipe, I foolishly burned my first batch because I was focused on a chicken pie, the recipe is very very nice.

    However, the measurements confused me a little, hard to judge tablespoons of butter, so it may come out differently each time. I just chucked in 250g butter.

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  8. Hi Anon,

    In the future if you are doing any recipes using tbs measurement and you prefer them in grams, just go to http://www.convertunits.com/from/tablespoons/to/gram and you can easily convert tbs measurement to grams. 10 tbs is approximately 150gm.

    All the best :)

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  9. this didnt work for me, it didnt melt in the middle...probably because my food tech teacher told me to keep them in for longer :/

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  10. What measurement is a cup?

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  11. What measurement is a cup?!?! x

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  12. For the cup measurement,you can check out the conversion to gram here http://www.jsward.com/cooking/conversion.shtml

    Gloop> yup, if you bake them longer in the oven, it wont have any of the melting part anymore..it should still wobble a bit in the middle.

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  13. How long does it take to make?

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  14. Anon> I cant remember how long it was, but I think it was less than half an hour.

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  15. how many does this recipe make?

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  16. you spelt icing sugar like icin sugar

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  17. is it 3 egg yolks or just one egg yolk it confused me cause of no s at de end so i didnt really no

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  18. Anon 1> how many would it make, will depend on how big your mould is.

    Anon 2> thx, a spelling mistake but I think everybody who read the recipe knew that instantly

    Anon 3> sorry mistyping, 3 egg yolks.

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  19. How many people does it serve?

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  20. what type of flour to use??? self-raising or plain?

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  21. I use plain flour

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  22. It worked amazingly! I just used boring old chocolate chips because we didn't have any cooking chocolate and it worked fine as well. A quick easy desert. I used plain flour. 10 Tablespoons converts to roughly 144grams :)

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