Queen of Puddings

This pudding was made to celebrate a small milestone that I achieved in blogging. This is my 100th cooking post! ~WoW~ When I started blogging… I never thought I'd be able to maintain it for more than a few months. But MariasMenu.com is now more than a year old and am still blogging. I'd like to say a “BIG THANK YOU” to my husband (who inspired me to start this), my family & friends (and blogging friends) and ESPECIALLY my main motivator… YOU, my readers, for your unending support and encouragement.

Speeches apart… now let's start cooking :)

This is a simple & easy to make pudding. The base is mostly bread pudding and the topping is meringue. You can stop with the base if you like it that way.

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Queen of Puddings
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7 thoughts on “Queen of Puddings”

  1. Hi Maria, Congrats on your 100th recipe. I go through your site every day which motivates me to cook .Esp, the pictures you post are very tempting. i am a great fan of your stories u write before the recipe. Keep going.
    Best Wishes
    Nisha

    • Thank you so much Nisha :) Btw, it’s an old post. Now I think it should be more than 300 posts…

      Thanks again for your encouraging feedback.

      Cheers
      Maria

  2. Maria,
    Very easy recepies. Good job. Thanks for the same. Want to try the china grass pudding. I tried for china grass in the supermarket in Dubai. Kindly advise where is it available and how does it look like? what is the colour of the packet and what is written on the packet.

    • Hi Mabel,

      Thank you :)

      China grass is also known as agar agar, so check for that name on the packet. Its usually kept along with gelatine, check out in the baking section. There are different flavors available like strawberry (pink colour) pineapple (yellow colour) and plain (which is kind of transparent). Its usually available in bars of 10 gms each.

      Hope you could find it soon…

      Cheers
      Maria

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