22 July 2013

Coimbra-style bread pudding

              


Is again Secret Recipe Club and my assignment this time was
From Brazil to you and is a really amazing blog with nice recipes, was difficult  choose and finally  I made this Coimbra- Style Bread pudding, a really wonderful bread pudding and here was a success !
You can see the original récipe here
Thanks Denisse by sharing amazing recipes!



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    Ingredients

300 g , french bread or baguette chopped
3 cups warm milk
4 large eggs at room temperatura
1 1/3 cups sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon port wine, or any sweet red wine
zest of 1 lemon
1/4 cup raisins
unsalted butter or no stick cooking spray to the baking pan
port sauce (recipe follows)

Method

Preheat the oven to 180°c grease bottom and sides of the ring mold baking pan.

In a large bowl, soak the stale bread in the warm milk until bread is softened and milk is almost cool. In a blender, mix the the mixture of bread and milk,the eggs,sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and wine.
Then stir in the lemon zest and rasisins.
Pour the blended bread mixture into the pan. Place ring mold pan in a larger, rectangular baking pan, and fill with boiling wáter to come halfaway up the side of the ring mold pan (bain Marie).
Bake for about 40 to 50 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the pudding comes out clean.
Let pudding  cool down on a rack. When it is slightly warm, run a samll metallic icing spatula or knife around the edges of the pan to loosen the pudding. Invert onto a serving plate. Cover and refrigerate for about 4 hours. Serve with the posrt sauce on top.

Port wine  sauce
Ingredients
1 cup Port or a sweet red wine
juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 cup of sugar
1/2 tablespoon of water
1 teaspoon cornstarch

Method
In a heavy small saucepan, stir port, lemon juice and sugar over low heat until sugar dissolves.
Invreases heat to médium high and boil until mixture is reduced to 1/2 cup,about 10 minures.
Combine water and cornstarch well in a small bowl. Whisk into Port mixture and boil until slightly
thickened stirring constantly for aproximately 2 minutes. Let cool and pour over the bread.
Serve with some berries. Look and taste amazing:)

















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EN ESPAÑOL

Budin de pan estilo brasileño









 
 
 
Ingredientes
 
300 gramos pan francés o baguette (en trozos)
3 tazas de leche tibia
4 huevos a temperatura ambiente
1 1/3 taza de azúcar
1 cucharadita de canela molida
1 cucharadita de vainilla
1 cucharada de vino oporto o vino dulce
ralladura de limón
1/4 taza de pasas
 mantequilla sin sal para engrasar el molde
salsa de Oporto (receta más abajo)
 
Método
 
 

93 comments:

  1. This looks so delicious, especially with the berries. Great pick!

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  2. This bread pudding looks wonderful! Great pic this month!! :-)

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  3. Me encantan los puddings de pan, pero nunca lo he probado con salsa de Oporto, ¡tiene que estar delicioso!.
    Un beso, guapa.

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    1. Marga y yo primera vez que lo hago!! y me gustó mucho!!

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  4. Looks good! Ñam, Ñam. ¿cuando la receta completa en castellano para nuestras paisanas que hablan castellano? Me encantan tus recetas! Un beso.

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    1. ay Lumi gracias en un ratito mas , lo que pasa es que he tenido una mañana de locos:)(como buen Lunes)

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  5. I love bread pudding and this recipe sounds very special. Will be on our table very soon. Thanks Diane

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  6. wow! a bread pudding with berries and wine..i would think this is such a wonderful treat!

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  7. Que rico este budin de pan!! me encanta con la salsa de oporto y berries tiene una pinta deliciosa. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana nos encanta el budín de pan!

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  8. Thanks for the nice words, Gloria! I am glad that you have enjoyed it! This is my favorite bread pudding because its texture is more similar to a flan than the chunky American bread pudding.

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    1. Thanks Denise !! We loved this récipe because Im agree taste like a flan, is really good, I think now the kids only will want this Denise LOL

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  9. So pretty to back the bread pudding in the star-shaped mold!

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    1. Thanks T.W. I love this type of mold, os perfect for a pudding bread!

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  10. I loooove bread pudding, but have never seen one like this! Cannot wait to try it! Great choice!

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    1. Thanks Juanita, really I love this Denisse récipe, yumm!

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  11. I love bread pudding, yours looks delicious!

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  12. I am familiar with Denise's blogs and she has some great recipes! This one looks like a winner! I love bread pudding.

    Nazneen

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    1. thanks Nazneen! I love Denise's blog is amazing!

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  13. Never had this kind of pudding, but I have to say, it looks pretty good:)

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  14. This looks beautiful and delicious, Gloria! Love bread pudding!

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  15. These summer berries look amazing, I would so love just a tiny bowl of this!

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  16. Un gâteau gourmand et une excellente façon de ne pas perdre le pain qui reste.
    J'en mangerai avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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    1. merci Nadji et excellente to pain qui reste:)
      a bientot mon amie
      bizxxx

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  17. My first time seeing a bread pudding made this way, looks interesting! Bet it tasted even better! Love all the berries you'd piled up on top of it:)

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  18. That pudding looks so inviting and delicious:-) I want to quit my diet now:-)
    hugs from New York,
    xx
    Ask Erena
    http://askerena.blogspot.com/

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  19. that looks lovely in the star mold...and the berries on top...yum yum...smiles...
    thinking it tastes very good...and that is a good thing considering i have been sick all day and nothing looked good...smiles.

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    1. Brian I love this mold I bought on a sale especially for these desserts:)
      Hope you feeling better today!xo

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  20. Gloria, I love bread pudding with fruit! But what I really like is when it's warm with a bit of vanilla ice cream... Yum! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Ha! I love warm too David, I dont know why but I find delicious!
      take care you, ups with vanilla Ice cream sounds delicious!

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  21. looks so good love the shape too

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    1. Thanks Rebecca I love this type of shape!xo

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  22. Hi Gloria,
    This is such a lovely dessert!

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  23. Gloria, this looks great!!
    I love all the berries on the top.
    Un beso

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  24. A wonderfully refreshing dessert! Your pudding looks really tempting and delicious.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  25. Your bread pudding looks divine, Gloria. The port wine sauce sounds amazing.

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    1. yes Angie I think the port wine is something special:)

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  26. The berries I will eat, and look Betsy wasn't first, how sad

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    1. ha! you know she never is late but she was so busy!

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  27. DELICIOUS! Bread pudding is my favorite and this one looks amazing!

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    1. thanks Asmita. ! we love too bread pudding!xo

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  28. You always make your dishes look so pretty Gloria. I know if I made bread pudding it would look very dull. I'd be very happy to eat a bowl of this right now.

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  29. thanks Choclette but I think yoi make amazing and delicious chocolate treats!:)

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  30. Lucky you getting Denise's blog! Your bread pudding looks beautiful...love all the berries on top!!!

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  31. I enjoy Denise's blog as well...and this bread pudding not only sounds, looks fabulous Gloria. The Porto wine sauce sounds delicious.
    Hope you are having a fabulous week my dear :D

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  32. I've never seen bread pudding like this before! So berrylicious!

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    1. Yes Joanne is berrylicious! what good Word:))

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  33. So glad it was a success! All that fruit looks amazing.

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  34. Jaja! Brasileira, si?! :-) Precioso el postre. Me encanta la comida de nuestro querido Brasil.

    Saludos desde Londres.

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    1. Mario, Claro que es de Brasil de hecho de donde me tocó hacerlo la dueña es brasileña pero vive en USA además habla perfecto Ingles. Es delicioso:)

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  35. Those berries look absolutely delicious! I hope you and your family are doing well, Gloria. Much love and hugs to you xoxo

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    1. Thanks Elsie you are so sweet, enjoy your time in the beach!

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  36. Love this, and i really like the bowl it's in! Anything with berries on is a top notch pud (Very different views two years ago though!)

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  37. It looks wonderful Gloria!

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  38. That looks beautiful, I love all the berries on top!

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  39. Sembra davvero buonissimo Adoro i frutti di bosco. Un bacio, buona giornata

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  40. This bread pudding looks so amazing and delicious!

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  41. Wow! This looks so summery with juicy seasonal berries! Great dessert to enjoy! YUM!

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  42. With all these berries on top looks totally irresistible!

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  43. Hi, Gloria! I need a favor from you. Could you please link back to me using this specific link of my recipe: http://www.frombraziltoyou.org/brazilian-recipes/coimbra-style-bread-pudding-pudim-de-pao-a-moda-de-coimbra/

    Thank you!

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    1. Ok Denise I wiññ make of course I see only today!

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  44. I love bread pudding but this one is especially fresh and nice looking!

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  45. Wow - this bread pudding is so pretty - I love learning about all the Brazilian types of dishes through Denise's blog.

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  46. Wonderful pudding Gloria. Very well presented too.X

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  47. Hola Gloria, me encanto tu version del budin de pan, pero lamentablemente como varias otras que haz publicado cuando veo la version en español generalmente aparecen solo los ingredientes y la preparacion no esta, por favor me encantaria saber la preparacion en español. Gracias.

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