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Aish el saraya (Middle eastern pudding with bread and custard)

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Ingredients

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For custard/pudding
6 regular size Bread slices
2 cups Milk
1 cup Fresh cream/whipping cream
1/2 cup Condensed Milk or as you prefer
5 table spoon Corn flour
1/3 cup Cream cheese
1/2 table spoon Orange blossom water
1 table spoon Rose water
1 cup Chopped Pistachios and almonds
For sugar syrup
1 cup Water
1 cup Sugar
1 table spoon Lemon juice
2 tea spoon Orange blossom water
2 tea spoon Rose water

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Aish el saraya (Middle eastern pudding with bread and custard)

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    Ingredients

    • For custard/pudding

    • For sugar syrup

    Directions

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    1. Toast you bread in the oven at 200 ° C for 15 minutes until golden color or using your toaster.
    2. Using your food processor, make it into fine crumbs and keep aside.
    3. Heat water and sugar in a sauce pan, when sugar melts completely and start to boil, add lemon juice and keep it for simmer for another 6 to 7 minutes. Then switch off the flame, add orange blossom water and rose-water and keep the sugar syrup aside.
    4. At the same time, in another heavy bottom sauce pan take milk,fresh cream,condensed milk together. Take little milk and corn flour in a bowl and make a paste and add it back to the milk mixture. Mix everything well
    5. Keep it in a medium to low flame, stir constantly until the custard thickened up well yet it must be pouring consistency. Switch off the flame and add cream cheese, orange blossom water and rose-water and mix really well. Keep aside.
    6. In a bowl, take crumbled bread and sugar syrup and mix really well.
    7. In a 8 ” diameter round removable bottom pan, press down the wet bread mixture evenly.
    8. Now pour the prepared custard on top of it evenly.
    9. sprinkle roughly chopped pistachios and almonds on top (or decorate as you prefer).
    10. Keep it in the refrigerator for at least 6 to 8 hours or over night preferably.
    11. Cut into desired shape and enjoy!!
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    Tips & Tricks

     

    • You can also set the pudding in any other shaped dishes, (not necessarily removable bottom) and cut into desired shape.
    • You can also use pre toasted bread or rusk (we call in India) to make the base.
    • Adjust the rose water and orange blossom water as per your liking

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