Bread and Butter Pudding

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Recipe originally submitted to GBSFood by olblue, Submitted here by JohnnyTruant

I thought I would share one of the easiest puddings in the world to make, I first had it when I used to live near Great Yarmouth in the UK and I have experimenting with different ways of cooking it now for years. It has the filling capacity of Rocco in a convent and is easier to make than an allegation against Tony Blair's integrity. [/satire]

So, Bread and Butter pudding;

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Ingredients. You will need cheap brown bread (12 slices), Brown sugar, raisins, sultanas, margarine or butter, 4 eggs and a pint and a half of milk. Use expensive ingredients if you want however I prefer to spend minimum budget on it and spend the remainder on alcohol.

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You will also need a mixing jug or bowl, two large tins for the oven and a whisk (or fork).

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Butter your bread on both sides and stack.

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Now slice the bread carefully, if you use a shitty quality blunt knife you will mash all your bread into a big carbohydrate filled brick.

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Now, make a single layer of bread on the bottom of your tin. If you are making a Norfolk variation then you would want to stack it from one end to the other instead of bottom up, however its your choice.

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On top of each layer put a handfull of raising and a handfull of sultanas. Take one tablespoon of briwn sugar and crumble over the top.

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Put the milk into a jug, add the eggs and mix.

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Pour the milk over the first layer to saturate - you do not want the milk level higher than the raisins and sultanas though.

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Repeat...

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For the last layer, do not add sultanas or raisins - only the brown sugar again. Milk liberally nad press down slightly (WASH HANDS).

Now, pop into the oven at 180 Celcius (320 Farenheir or 433.16 Kelvin) for approximately 25 minutes.

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Now serve with either custard or cream (or on its own). Brandy mixed into the cream gives it a fantastic aftertaste.

Edit - As requested the foodshot (cover your eyes if you are offended by carbohydrates)

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Enjoy.

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