Sunday, August 2, 2009

Caramels and Weddings

So, what's with the caramels and the weddings? They're both so sweet! And what is the connection, again? Simple! I love both! I love caramels to indulge in my not-that-many sweet tooth cravings, and I love weddings' food! Lol!

I was excited when my neighbour put up this gazebo lighting for her son's wedding tonight. It was beautiful! They had the lights on for testing last night. It was a garden wedding concept. Simply a fairytale sight!

The tents put up in front of my house and several other neighbours too. A total of 10 houses, maybe.

Ahah...! This morning view at 7.30 am. Simply refreshing. Its also starting to get busy with workers arriving and on with their duties. I know for sure, the electrician worked from last night until at least 5.45 am this morning, when my phone alarm rings.

Its going to be even more beautiful and extravagant tonight on the main event. If I can justify it enough, I will blog about it, or at least put up some pretty pictures here! :)

Ok, now, what's with the caramel? Actually, I just made the most splendid caramel myself yesterday! Haha! One that I actually enjoyed eating, that is!

And as usual, I can only manage to paste a blurred image of the pudding here. Actually its not meant to be sharp, so you don't have to drool over it...hahah!! (As if....)

Well, this happened 10 minutes after it gets out of the steamer. Still pipping hot! Now barely a quarter left in the refrigerator..! (I should get there fast, before it went completely missing..!! Lol!)

It was truly simple and easy and delicious recipe. You should try it!

CREAM CARAMEL PUDDING


Ingredients
Eggs-6
Sugar - 6 tbsp
Milk - 1 glass
Vanilla essense-1/2 tsp
Sugar -2 tbsp
Directions
Caramel:
Make caramel out of 2 tbsp sugar. Dissolve the sugar in a pan until it turns brown, and pour directly into the bottom of the pudding dish. This has to be done quickly as the sugar turns hard very fast.

Caramel pudding:
Beat the egg, 6tbsp sugar and milk with a beater.
Add vanilla essence.
Pour the mixture on top of the caramel and steam for 20 minutes.
Let it cool, refrigerate and serve it cold.

16 comments:

Anya said...

I love caramelpudding
yummie.......
Have a nice sunday :)

Julie said...

That is going to be one beautiful wedding! That nighttime pic is so pretty. That pudding sounds good, it wouldn't last long in my house either lol. :)

Ydiana said...

Hi Anya

Come over for tea! :)

Ydiana said...

Hi Julie

It was beautiful, bright and airy at the wedding last night! And the pudding, its as easy to prepare as eating it! Lol!

katztales said...

I looooove creme caramel. Are you invited to these weddings or will you be sneaking peeks over the fence?

Ydiana said...

Hahaha, yes we did get invited! It was simple and splendid!

A Friend said...

Ydiana

I am not a sweet tooth person either, got to watch your health, but this is certainly one of my exceptions! Looks yummy indeed.

Love your neighbour's wsdding set-up. Bet it's a beautiful wedding.

Pam said...

The wedding decor is lovely. My daughter says she wants a wedding like this someday. Since she is 16, it will have to be in 30 or 40 years. lol
The pudding looks so good! I bet my whole family would enjoy it.

Luna said...

Mmmmmmm, that looks sooo delicious!
Thanks for sharing the receipe.
Your neighbors wedding looks great!

Ebie said...

This is my main blog.
The caramel is almost the same as our Filipino "Leche Flan" or caramel flan. I make it so often! i bet the wedding with turn out great!

Ydiana said...

Hi Friend

Yes, beautiful indeed, to both! :)

Ydiana said...

Hi Pam

Lol! That long? Could be sooner than that, you know! ;)

A lot opf families I know loves this desert. It is a favourite!

Ydiana said...

Hi Luna

Hope you will try it! Let us know the outcome, ok!

Ydiana said...

Hello Ebie

So you are a Filipino! Staying in the US? Cool!

Yes, the wedding turned out great! We had a good time!

Chahya said...

YD,
I LOVE caramel pudding too! My recipe formula is 6-3-2-1. easy for me to remember.

Ydiana said...

Hi Chahya

Let me guess. 6 eggs - 3 cups of sugar - 2 glass of milk - 1 tsp of vanilla essence?