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How to make it

  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  • Start by cutting the bread circles. Using a set of pastry cutters, cut 12 x 2” rounds and 6 x 2 ½” rounds on a firm work surface. Butter each circle with a good dab of butter. Butter the insides of the ramekins. Place one 2” round into the bottom of each ramekin. Drop a teaspoons worth of apple butter onto each disc followed by another 2” round then press down to evenly distribute the apple butter. Drop another teaspoons worth of apple butter onto the next layer and finish by pressing the 2 ½” round on top then press again to distribute.
  • custard:
  • Place all the eggs, sugar and vanilla into a small bowl and whisk together to blend. Place the milk and the cream into a small saucepot and heat just to scald.
  • Pour the milk into the egg mixture while whisking quickly to incorporate.
  • Ladle some of the mixture into each ramekin to fill. Use your fingers to slightly pull the sides away of the bread to allow to fill more custard a bit at a time until full. Place the ramekins into a 2” high walled casserole. Add enough boiled water to come halfway up the sides of the ramekins then place into the oven and bake for 20-22 min or until set.
  • pecan praline:
  • for a few minutes. place the sugar and pecans into a heavy stainless frying pan and set on high heat until the sugar turns into a clear liquid . reduce the heat to medium and stir with a wooden spoon for 3-4 minutes. the sugar will deepen with color. cook until the nuts are lightly toasted. remove from the heat and add the remainder of the ingredients sprinkling evenly over the praline to distribute. toss for a few seconds then pour onto a lightly oiled baking sheet to cool for 15 minutes.
  • toffee sauce;
  • Place all of the ingredients into a small saucepot and bring to a boil. Simmer for 2 -3 minutes then remove from heat..
  • assembly:
  • Turn each pudding onto a pasta bowl base side down. Spoon a bit of the sauce around the each pudding then finish with a sprinkling of the pecan praline.

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  • sistainthekitchen 8 years ago
    baking tomorrow for office pot luck party... wish me luck,,
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  • goddess_mom_2_3 9 years ago
    This sounds FABULOUS!! I cannot wait to make this!!
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  • lunasea 10 years ago
    What a wonderful recipe and another great presentation. You have such stunning offerings - can't wait to try them all. Great job!
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  • michellem 10 years ago
    Thank you for this delicious sounding recipe. I hope to make it soon!
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  • ddougee 10 years ago
    Another attracive and elegant recipe!! I see a pattern forming! Thank you master! We are not worthy! ( but please don't stop!! )
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    " It was excellent "
    greekgirrrl ate it and said...
    Beautiful recipe but would you mind converting the grams to tsp or tbs since I am terrible at conversion and don't want to get it wrong. thanks!
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