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Pandoro Bread Pudding

post #1 of 10
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for friday night i made Pandoro Bread Pudding .
I cut the pandoro in small pieces. then into a well greased baking pan .
 I mix in a bowl 5 eggs, full cream milk ,brown sugar ,ohio maple  syrup ,cinamon ,Vanilla extract and home made cherry liqueur .
I pour over the pandoro and press it down .
sprinkle brown sugar over it .
i put it in a preheated oven 350 for 45 minutes.
enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

thanks

post #2 of 10

Man oh man, I'M MAKING THAT!!!!!  Wow, looks incredible.  Thanks for the pictures!

post #3 of 10
Wow, looks awesome !! Bet that was very tasty ! icon14.gif
post #4 of 10

Looks mighty yummy. Haven't heard of that particular bread..but I make a mean Cajun version using Hoagie Rolls. One thing I learned..let that bread soak up all the liquid it can from an overnight rest in the ice box. Picked up that tip from a dumb Potugese Yankee from Falls River, Mass. who used to come on TV.  Well the dummy was sure right. That overnight rest kicks it up a notch or two. I thought Maple syrup come from Vermont. I best let the Ohiya folks know about this. Thanks.

post #5 of 10

Nice looking bread pudding, I make a Cajun style with French bread and fruit, but that looks really tastee. Never thought of fruit liqueur, LOL Me.... I missed a chance to use fruit liqueur!  I even tried using the fruit after sucking out the juices.... I can't believe I missed the fruit liqueur

 

Seriously, I am in awe......

 

 

 

You should see all the bottles, strawberry, peach, plum, pear, etc etc.........

 

.

 

That's it making some French bread and trying this the liqueur in it. I am all excited!  

 

:77: I am humbled.

post #6 of 10

Wow, that looks so warm and wonderful!!!!

 

I bet this was so very welcomed at the table!!!!

 

Great job!!!

 

Cheers! - Leah

post #7 of 10
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Thanks guys

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Nice looking bread pudding, I make a Cajun style with French bread and fruit, but that looks really tastee. Never thought of fruit liqueur, LOL Me.... I missed a chance to use fruit liqueur!  I even tried using the fruit after sucking out the juices.... I can't believe I missed the fruit liqueur

 

Seriously, I am in awe......

 

 

 

You should see all the bottles, strawberry, peach, plum, pear, etc etc.........

 

.

 

That's it making some French bread and trying this the liqueur in it. I am all excited!  

 

:77: I am humbled.

  I just made one with your idea . thanks 

 

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Originally Posted by Leah Elisheva View Post
 

Wow, that looks so warm and wonderful!!!!

 

I bet this was so very welcomed at the table!!!!

 

Great job!!!

 

Cheers! - Leah

thanks yes it was welcomed and it was finished that evening 

post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by africanmeat View Post
 

  I just made one with your idea . thanks 

 

 

 

I'll have to make some more bread, I have yet to attempt it, but its on my list! I know you won't believe this but sweets are just not a big deal around here, now meat and potatoes is! Of course I say that with a big Lemon meringue pie cooling but that's not normal.

 

But what did you do?  How did it work for you? Did you use a fruit liqueur with the accompanying fruit? Like Cherry brandy with cherries? The liqueur alone would of course be like adding another extract but with a little flavor with the smell and alcohol.

 

Sorry, you got me all excited already....... LOL So how was it?

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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

 

I'll have to make some more bread, I have yet to attempt it, but its on my list! I know you won't believe this but sweets are just not a big deal around here, now meat and potatoes is! Of course I say that with a big Lemon meringue pie cooling but that's not normal.

 

But what did you do?  How did it work for you? Did you use a fruit liqueur with the accompanying fruit? Like Cherry brandy with cherries? The liqueur alone would of course be like adding another extract but with a little flavor with the smell and alcohol.

 

Sorry, you got me all excited already....... LOL So how was it?

 

this one http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/160349/pandoro-pina-colada-pudding-with-foamheart-help

 

thanks

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