Trifle Pudding

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Trifle Pudding

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Course: Dessert, Pudding
Author: Maria Jose Martin

Ingredients

  • 1/2 kg Sponge Cake / White cake
  • 2 cups Pineapple (chopped)
  • 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 2 tbsp Custard Powder
  • 1/2 ltr Milk
  • 5 tbsp Sugar
  • 1 cup Whipping Cream
  • 5 tbsp Mixed fruit jam
  • 1/4 tsp Vanilla essence
  • Cherry - to garnish

Instructions

  • Add chopped pineapple to a pan along with 1 cup water. When it is almost done add 1/2 cup sugar. When the sugar is melted remove from fire. Let it cool. Take 1/2 cup milk from 1/2 litre & keep it aside. Boil the rest of the milk.Add 5 tablespoon sugar to this & stir well. Add custard powder to the 1/2 cup milk which is kept aside & mix well without any lumps.When the milk is boiled add custard mix & stir well on low fire for 5 minutes.Let it boil. Remove from fire & cool it. Add vanilla essence to this & stir.When it is cooled add whipping cream to the custard & mix well.Add Jam to a pan & add 3 tablespoon water & boil it to make a syrup.
  • Spread cake pieces in the pudding dish as the first layer.Pour jam syrup over all cake pieces. Spread the pineapple along with the syrup over this. Add custard to the fruit layer. Make one more cake layer & repeat the same. Decorate with pineapple & cherry pieces. Refrigerate for 4 hours.
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  • hey Maria,

    i would like to try this for a occasion. bt i didnt understand de 1st sentence. if v want 2 boil pineapple in water.4 hw much tim? or till pineapple gets softer.

  • hi maria
    i would like to try this recipe.
    is it ok to use tinned pineapple? if yes do we hv to cook it in the sugar syrup.

    • Hi Roshna,

      You can use tinned pineapple. Instead of adding sugar may be you can pour the syrup from the tin and cook the pineapple in that. Do a taste check and see whether the sweetness is ok and add sugar if its required.

      Hope you will like it.

      Cheers
      Maria

  • Maria,it seems ur Recipe Gallery does not have this dish presented. Please check again. Also check whether any dishes are missing from the Recipe Gallery list.

    • Rose, thanks for pointing that out… this recipe was posted a very long while ago… so some of the images dont appear on the recipe gallery. Will try to fix it…

      Please try the search box, its the best way to find things on the site :)

  • Yes,Jose..it was by searching in the search box that i found out this one..because i remember seeing this in the blog some time back and wanted to check again..but could not find again in the recipe gallery …so searched for it as i remembered the name trifle..and i understood that it might have got missed when u guys redesigned the site..the recipe gallery is an important place since normal visitors go there and check often (wat if i had forgotten the term ‘trifle’?)…thus wanted to alert you…just like that

    also, Maria..i have one doubt…shouldn’t the whipping cream be whipped?is it meant to be just poured over?

    • Hi Rose,

      Thanks for pointing out that it wasnt listed in the recipe index. I guess Jose is working on it. I’m so sorry dear for the delayed reply, I’m on a small vacation now, hence I dont check the mails frequently. Hope you understand.

      In this particular recipe, I havent whipped the cream and used it as such.

      Hope you’ll like the pudding. Once again sorry for replying late :(

      Wish you & your family a Merry Christmas!

      Cheers
      Maria

  • Hi Maria,
    I would like to know if any other fruit could be used as a substitute for the pineapple?

    • Hi Smitha,

      Though I havent tried this with any other fruit, google search tells me that you can make trifle pudding with strawberry, mango etc;

      Cheers
      Maria

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