Thursday, January 14, 2010

Orange Pudding

Orange Pudding
Orange fruits let us taste the taste of summer even in these freezing cold, and this pudding recipe really delivers the full taste of these wonderful fruits, despite being very simple to prepare.

The "trick" is basically to use a whole fruit instead than just its juice and some grated rind. Believe me, it's a completely different taste, so don't spare money on some sub specimen, buy a large, great looking and good smelling orange fruit. Anyway, enough talk and we have to cook, so let's go to list the ingredients.

Ingredients (serves 6)
1 whole large orange fruit
1½ cup caster sugar
1½ cup milk
½ cup softened butter
½ cup all-purpose flour
3 eggs
1 teaspoon baking powder
icing sugar

Put the orange in a pot filled with water and cook it on medium heat for about 2 hours. Open it to eliminate seeds and other hard parts then put it into a food processor with all the other ingredients except the icing sugar. Process until you have a very smooth mixture. Grease a 5-6 cup capacity pan and pour into the mixture then bake in a 350F preheated oven for about an hour or until the surface is golden. Before serving dust the pudding with icing sugar.

The other articles of this month report - Citruses:
Citruses (introduction)

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19 commenti :

B & D said...

i love orange and puddings but never put the combo together...the photo looks super delish.. :)

lostpastremembered said...

Never thought of orange pudding.. great idea and lovely post!

lululu said...

wonderful recipe!
u did actually puree the whole orange with other ingredients by using food processor? did i get it right? cos i'm wondering if the batter will become tough?

Alessandro Guerani said...


Thanks! I read about a lemon based one and I thought that an orange one would be even better (at least for my personal taste). I think one could also use tangerines if he like them.

Alessandro Guerani said...


Yeah, I processed the whole orange, cut in pieces though because I had to remove the seeds.

La cuoca Pasticciona said...

Spettacolare sento già il profumo e che ne dici di un po' di cioccolato fuso colante... buonooooo bellissimo il tuo blog e niente che dire le foto.. sei spettacolare come sempre...

Anna said...

Mmmm! That must be delicious, I love dessert with citrus.

5 Star Foodie said...

What a wonderful seasonal dessert, perfect!

Paulette said...

Wow this was delicious!
I made it for dessert tonight, my boys devoured it.
This is my first time having a baked pudding, I have had bread pudding, rice pudding and instant pudding out of the box but never baked.
What a great flavour, I will definitely be making it again!
Thank you for sharing!

Janice said...

What a lovely picture, I would never think of putting these two ingredients together...looks delicious.

dokuzuncubulut said...

Amazing recipe... I love orange.

raquel of Cafe Nilson said...

fantastic recipe! i can already smell and taste the orange!!!

Hungry Jenny said...

This sounds and looks gorgeous! Am loving citrus flavours at the mo.

Wish I had a food processor to make it though!

Hungry Jenny x

Dimitry said...

This sounds great the, I think it will make our Oregon weather just a little more enjoyable.

Alessandro Guerani said...

Thanks too everyone for you rkind comments and sorry for not being able to thanks each of you.

Anyway I'm open to your suggestions for the further recipes with citruses, so don't worry and send in ideas, advices or requests!

Bromography said...

An interesting and tasty combination! I had not considered an orange pudding before.

Sandra Austoni said...

This look delicious. Your pictures are always beautiful!

duonosirzaidimu said...

I've already tried it - just perfect! So soft, light and citrusy! I'd love to make it again, thanks, Alessandro :)

2friendscooking said...

noooo!running to buy some organic oranges to make this NOW!Your photos are beautiful.

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