Franks Authentic New Orleans Bread Pudding. From http://www.wwltv.com
There’s a certain way to “scald” milk. You pour it into a deep saucepan and heat the milk gently, stirring constantly. Don’t let it come to a boil and don’t let it burn! When you see tiny bubbles beginning to form around the edge of the pan, take the pan off the fire and stir the milk until the bubbling stops. Some food scientists say that because of pasteurization it’s no longer necessary (it was done originally to kill whatever bacteria might be in the milk). . .other scientists, however, say it should still be done when doing baked goods. I always scald the milk that goes into my bread pudding. I m not sure how many people this serves, Sorry I just estimated.
Serve with Franks Rum Walnut Sauce "Recipe #388590"