green tea pudding...

Making pudding doesn't seem to be difficult, but you really have to pay attention to the ratio, oven temperature and how long it should be baking. You don't want to end up with an eggy flavor or rubbery texture. According to my recipe, cut down the amount of green tea powder if you are not a fan of bitter flavor. I like it bold and bitter/sweet is my kind of dessert.
make 2 servings
- 250 g milk
- 10 g green tea powder
- 20 g white chocolate, chopped
- 1 whole egg
- 1 egg yolk
- 50 g sugar
1. Bring milk and green tea powder to a boil, whisk in white chocolate.
2. Whip egg and yolk with sugar together in a bowl.
3. Gradually pour hot milk into egg mixture.
4. Strain the mixture into ramekins, cover with aluminum foil.
5. Bake in a water-bath at 300 degrees F for 35-40 minutes.


Meng said...

looks simply delicious!!! Sniff sniff (Hmm Green tea Aroma..)

Lum Mun Meng

Heather said...

Hi Thip,
I never tasted any thing with green tea before.Is it the same like matcha powder that many blogers use now for baking cupcakes,macaroons and frosting?

Thip said...

Yes,Heather. Matcha is green tea powder.

Thanks, Meng.

Joy said...

That's my kind of pudding. I love matcha.

Jennifer said...

Green tea and white chocolate?! brilliant!!

Vanillaorchid said...

I wanna try this one ka P'Thip. ^O^

I like the combination of green tea and white choc ka.

LILIBOX said...

I have a daughter who loves Matcha and I research always new recipes for her.I keep yours!
I love your blog so yummy !

Melody said...

I have been searching everywhere for a good recipe for green tea pudding/custard, and thus far, they have been few and far between with ridiculous amounts such as 8 egg whites or something, so I'm going to definitely try this. What is the white chocolate for? Just topping it off?

Thip said...

Melody, I forgot to add white chocolate in the instruction, thanks for mention that. I just fixed it. :)

Kevin said...

Cool and creamy green tea pudding sounds so good!


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