Vanilla Pudding No. 2

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    Makes 3 to 4 servings:
    1 vanilla podVanilla Pudding No. 2
    100 g cornstarch
    2 eggs
    1 l cold milk
    100 g sugar

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    Preparation:

    1. Cut the vanilla pod lengthwise. Scrape out the pulp.

    Vanilla Pod lengthwise opened
    2. Mix cornstarch, sugar and add 150 ml milk. Mix everything with an egg whip.

    Vanilla Pudding

    3. Seperate the eggs and add the vanilla to the egg yolks.
    Fold in the egg yolks into the cornstarch mixture.
    Beat the eggwhites with a mixer until they are stiff and put them in the refridgerator.
    Egg yolks with vanilla


    4. Mix the pulp of the vanilla pod and the pod itself with
    850 ml milk and let the mixture boil. When the milk is boiling take out scraped out vanilla pod. Take the pot away from the stove. Adjoin the cornstarch-egg-mixture stiring constantly. Heat the vanilla blancmange again until it boils.

    5. Let the mass cool down for about 20 minutes until it is handwarm.

    6. Optional: Fold in the stiff egg whites.

    Attention: If you use raw eggs keep the blancmange in the fridge and consume it within the same day.


    Vanilla Pudding No. 2

    Vanilla pudding can be served with:
    cherry sauce
    chocolate sauce

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    8 Responses to “Vanilla Pudding No. 2”

    1. sweetlife says:

      great recipe, I really think fresh vanilla pods make all the difference..

      sweetlife
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    2. A-Man says:

      Thank you for your feedback. To use real vanilla pods instead of the artificial vanillin makes indeed a major difference.

    3. velva says:

      It’s vanilla pudding! This looks delicious. I love the texture of pudding. Delicious.
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    4. A-Man says:

      Thank you for your comment! 🙂

    5. Jenny says:

      I think you like Blanc-Manger. So do I! I love the texture too.

    6. A-Man says:

      Thank you Jenny! Yes, I do like it since I nibbled my first spoonful of blancmange! 🙂

    7. Liz says:

      Looks yummy! I don’t think I’ve ever had this.
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    8. A-Man says:

      Thank you for your comment on vanilla blancmange!

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