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Chocolate Pudding

Love goes through the stomach? It’s time to find out by preparing this amazing chocolate pudding for your lover. This is my proposal for Valentine’s Day. It’s a simple recipe, very good and the great news is that you still have time to try it tonight. Until tomorrow it will be perfect.

Chocolate Pudding

500 ml milk
70 grams sugar + 4 tablespoons sugar
50 grams semolina
40 grams dark chocolate
1 large egg

How It’s Made?
Step 1: In a saucepan, caramelize 4 tablespoons sugar on low heat until it turns golden. Quickly pour it in a thermo-resistant bowl and spread the caramel all over the bowl walls.
Step 2: Put the milk and the remaining sugar on medium heat until sugar is completely melted. Pour semolina in the milk and continue to cook for another 5 minutes, stirring often, until the composition becomes viscous.
Step 3: Meanwhile, melt the chocolate in Bain-Marie. Remove from the steam and add the beaten egg, stirring quickly until everything is smooth.
Step 4: In the chocolate-egg composition slowly begin to pour the milk-semolina composition. After you homogenize the mixture, pour it in the caramelized bowl. Put the bowl in a tray filled with water and cook the pudding at 180° Celsius for 30-40 minutes.
Step 5: Let the pudding cool at room temperature, then refrigerate it for at least one hour. Invert the pudding on a plate and decorate with grated chocolate and red fruits.

Valentine's Day Chocolate Pudding

11 thoughts on “Chocolate Pudding

    1. Yes, indeed. Flan is my favorite dessert. ❀ This chocolate pudding is a cheaper version of flan. You definitely should try it. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the visit, Randall!

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