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Wednesday, 14 November 2007

The Great British Pudding Challenge - Chocolate Pudding

This month for “The Great British Pudding Challenge”, I picked up the gauntlet and knuckled down into making my chocolate steamed pudding. I wasn’t sure at first if I was serving this pudding with custard or chocolate sauce. I think the chocoholic in me got the better, and I made a glossy chocolate sauce. The recipe for the chocolate sponge pudding, which is posted on my Blog [link here], was straightforward, but I added another tablespoon of milk to make the mixture a little slacker. I used Green & Blacks milk chocolate to add into the sponge mixture, I’m quite a fan of their chocolate :)


I am SO looking forward to viewing the entries from fellow Bloggers.

Happy challenge to everyone :)

Recipe for the pudding is on this [link here], should it tempt anyone else to join in, the more the merrier and you’d be very welcome to take the challenge too.

Chocolate sauce

Ingredients
200g of milk chocolate
150ml double cream
2 tsp camp coffee, or whatever coffee you wish
1 tbsp Golden syrup
Knob of butter

Method

In a saucepan add all the ingredients except the butter and melt very gently on a very low heat on the stove, stirring all the time. When the chocolate is melted and the mixture is smooth add the knob of butter stirring it in.

Serve the chocolate sauce while still warm over the chocolate sponge pudding.
EDIT POST 18TH NOVEMBER 2007
Our 2nd challenger has posted!
Jules from Trainee Domestic Goddess has posted on her Blog her wonderful entry of Chocolate Pudding & "real" custard. Please DO head over to Jules Blog to view her entry.
EDIT POST 18TH NOVEMBER 2007
Our 3rd challenger has posted!
Esther at The Lilac Kitchen has posted on her Blog her wonderful entry of Chocolate Pudding & cream. Please DO head over to Esther's Blog to view her entry.
EDIT POST 30TH NOVEMBER 2007
Our 4th challenger has posted!
Antonia at Food Glorious Food has posted on her Blog her wonderful entry of Chocolate Puddings with Orange Ice Cream.. Please DO head over to Antonia’s Blog to view her entry.

19 comments:

Maria said...

Rosie your Chocolate steamed pudding looks beautiful, and the chocolate sauce looks so heavenly. You've done a wonderful job and i'm looking forward to making mine at the weekend ;o)

Maria
x

Rosie said...

Hi Maria, I can't wait to view your entry into the challenge. Happy pudding making at the weekend! I know your boys will enjoy this.....

Thanks for your kind comment :)

Rosie x

Jules said...

That looks flippin gorgeous!

Carolyn said...

oh my....yumm...mmmm

David Hall said...

Hi Rosie

Nice to discover your Blog, always up for a somebody keeping our fantastic UK produce alive!

Now in my faves.

All the best
David

Tartelette said...

Hi Rosie! The chocolate pudding looks wonderful. I love British puddings and as a French living in America, was wondering if I could participate...kinda like crossing all frontiers for the love of pudding!

Happy cook said...

Me too love brittish pudding. Best puddings are from Brittian.
This looks wonderfully delicious.

Rosie said...

Hi Jules,
As always thanks so much for your kind words, looking forward to hearing and viewing about your pudding when you take the challenge too…..

Hi Carolyn,
Heehee I have to say it was yummy * giggle *

Hi David,
Thank you for calling by and adding me to your Blog., What an incredible Blog you have, I know I will be visiting very often to see what amazing food you have been cooking up with local produce! I have also added you to my Blog.

Hi Tartlet & Happy Cook,
Great to have you both with us in our Great British Pudding Challenge, I look forward to hearing and viewing about your puddings when you also take the challenge. This challenge will run each month and will be hosted hopefully by a different challenger- Blogger each month.

Thank you all for calling by and posting comments I really do appreciate it.

Enjoy your Great British Pudding Challenge :)

Rosie x

Jerri said...

This is a great looking dessert. Reminds me of the little cakes they sell at resturants. I'll definitely have to give it try.

Rosie said...

Hi Jerri,
Heehee If you love chocolate like I. this is a great choccy rush :) Thanks for calling by and your lovely comment too!

Rosie x

Esther said...

Hi,
This is a wonderful challenge and I was looking for something nice for sunday pudding as we are feeling a little under the weather with colds, so I picked up the gauntlet and tried it, though I adapted it for gluten free. You can see my attempt at http://lilackitchen.blogspot.com
/2007/11/choc-sponge-pud.html

Jules said...

I made my chocolate pudding tonight, but instead of chocolate sauce I made custard. It was yum! Here is my blog entry for it.
http://traineedomesticgoddess.blogspot.com/2007/11/chocolate-steamed-pudding-custard.html

Rosie said...

Hi Esther, congrats on taking part in our first challenge!! Your pud looks scrummy :)

Hi Jules, Also congrats for partaking in our first challenge too. What a yummy pud & custard :)

Rosie x

Antonia said...

All the entires look wonderfully delicious so far! Planning to make mine later in the week - I can see I have a lot of live up to though!

Rosie said...

Hi Antonia,
Looking forward to viewing your Chocolate pudding for this months challenge and I'm positive your pudding will be equally as good as the other stunning entries we have had in :)

Rosie x

Antonia said...

Hello Rosie,

I finally got around to cooking the pudding - delicious. Though mine didn't turn out of the moulds too well. They did taste good though and that is the main thing!

Antonia

Rosie said...

Hi Antonia,

Congrats for taking the challenge our first one :)

I have just visited your Blog and oh my your puds sound and view excellent. What a brilliant idea to pop chocolate into the middle of the sponge and your orange ice cream looks a dream Yummmy!!!

Rosie x

Pixie said...

Oooh, this sure looks wonderful! Rosie, have you thought about entering one of your chocolate desserts for the death by chocolate contest? you really should, if you haven't yet!

Rosie said...

Hi Pixie, do you know, I haven't thought of entering for the death by chocolate contest. I did enter this chocolate pudding & sauce into the Hotel Chocolat and won chocolates and their book, which was such an honour and surprise to win! :D

Rosie x