You all know recipes like crème brûlée or creme caramel or panna cotta.
The pudding I’m introducing you today is a close relative of those dessert but it’s only made of yolks, sugar and fresh whole milk.
It’s a very old (can I say ancient?) recipe from Romagna region, it has a long tradition among farmer’s families but it makes a wonderful appearance on the most lushious tables, expecially for Christmas.
I’m on a diet and I keep posting dessert.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence.
Truth is I had the chance to make a couple of nice cakes because some weeks ago it was my birthday and I celebrated it with the family.
I also had the possibility to take nice (but not perfect) pics of some other recipes you’ll see soon on blog; I have material to work on, WOOT WOOT!!
I post this great recipe now because I wanted to write something about Halloween parties and recipes: it’s that time of the year and I love Halloween so much!!
This dessert comes from “ How to be a domestic goddess” by Nigella Lawson; the book comes from one of my bargains on Amazon: used books for less than 7 euros shipping included, usually from U.K.
Conditions are almost always perfect (if not it’s specified) and I can stuff my bookshelves with expensive hardcover cookbooks saving a lot of money.
Sooner or later I have to post a photo of my bookcase. 🙂