- Milk : 1 litre.
- Egg : 2 or 3
- Sugar : 6tbsp
- Chocolate powder : 4tbsp
- Essence of Vanilla/Strawberry/Pineapple
- 1/2 tsp Butter , 1/2 tsp sugar and 1tsp Coffee Powder for Caramel.
- Dry fruits of your choice for example Kaju, Kismis, Almond etc.
- Banana slices
- Chocolate sauce (available in the market)
Boil the milk until it thickens. Add sugar and heat further. Let it cool and then break two eggs and the chocolate powder into it. Stir the mixture for at least 20 times until it becomes uniform. Add the essence and dry fruits. Refrigerate.
In the meantime heat the pudding pan in a low flame. Add butter and sugar and continue heating until it caramelises. Add coffee powder or cocoa powder to get the nice brown colour. Pour the pudding mixture in the pan and bake it for 20 minutes in a preheated oven at 200 degree Celsius. Remove from Oven. Let it cool and turn it upside down. Garnish with dry fruits. Refrigerate.
You can use small cake moulds to make your pudding and turn it upside down. Cut the pudding according to your choice and pour chocolate sauce on top with sliced banana before you serve!