Recipe by ann teapot
Top Review by ann teapot
thank you Kari, it is a very old fashioned type recipe and sorry there are no quantities. I think it starts cause you don't really know how much stale bread you have. It maybe that Ive made it for so long (think my mum used to make it) I really now have to think about quantities and Im not sure. I never put more than 2 eggs in. What I suggest is after you have squeezed the soggy bread, spread it out into your baking dish and add the rest of the ingredients. Sugar I would sprinkle all over then mix, same with sultanas, maybe one apple is enough and say 2oz butter melted. I wouldn't make very much unless you have lots of people to feed, its quite a heavy recipe, in the days when we needed more of that sort of food. Please reply again and we can speak again. Ann
Directions See How It's Made
- soak the bread in milk until all soggy.
- Squeeze out all the milk and add the melted butter sultanas, chopped apple, beaten eggs, sugar syrup and nutmeg.
- You then just pour all this into a baking dish and bake for about an hour till all cooked.
- Grill the top to make it crispy.