Prep 20 mins
Cook 35 mins
I haven't tried this yet but wanted to post as it sounded really good. From Delicious magazine.
- 400 g fresh white bread, crusts removed
- 150 g melted butter
- 225 g good quality orange marmalade
- 3 oranges, peeled segmented
- 1 orange, rind only,grated
- 3 eggs
- 500 ml light cream
- 100 g caster sugar
- 3 tablespoons demerara sugar
- Preheat oven to 180C (350F).
- Butter a 16x32x5c (6x12x2 inch), baking dish.
- Cut bread into rough chunks and place in a large bowl.
- Pour butter over.
- Place marmalade in a saucepan over low heat until warm, them pour over bread.
- Add orange segments and carefully stir to combine.
- Tip mixture into prepared dish.
- Beat together rind, eggs, cream and caster sugar.
- Pour over bread mix.
- Sprinkle top with demerara sugar.
- Bake in the oven for 35-40 minutes until golden.
Conversions for us hopeless Americans:
It's just under a pound of bread, about 11 tablespoons of butter, about a cup of orange marmalade, 2 1/8 cups light cream and about 1/2 cup granulated sugar.
OUTSTANDING! And that comes from someone who loves bread pudding! The only thing I didn't do was to remove the crusts from the bread! What can I say ~ I like the crust! Everything was put together as directed, & the resoulting dessert was 'uuhhhed & aahhhed' all over the place [Almost disgusting! Well, not really!]! You have a beautiful, great-tasting bread pudding here, & I thank you much for posting it!
Jewelies, I have just finished eating this and it was fabulous. Firstly I should say that it keeps well, I prepared this the night before, intended to make and did not. I popped it in the oven straight from the fridge. I made this exactly as directed, but scaled for two. I considered the servings to be a little generous as we got three servings out of ours. I did not use demerara sugar, but put brown it its place. It came out slightly jiggly, I assume this is normal as I have never made Bread and Butter Pudding before. Also presentation wise it was brilliant, it puffed up and looked soooo delicious in the gratin dish. Next time I will use ramekins. Thank you for such a great recipe, it was perfect for a blustery winter night.