· 1 pack rich tea biscuits
· 2 tbsp butter
Well this dessert is something my mother used to whip up when we guests decided to pop by on short notice. It was a matter of throwing everything together, mix and pour.
1 pack of rich tea biscuits / nice biscuits
3 tablespoons of melted butter
3 egg yolks
0.5 tsp vanilla essence
3 tbsp corn-flour
1 cup sugar
3 cups milk
3 egg whites
4 tbsp coco powder
1.5 tbsp corn-flour
0.5 cup sugar
1.5 cups milk
Chocolate (grated) or coco powder to decorate
To start off with, you will need to break the biscuits into quarters (approximately). Pour over the melted butter and mix with your hands. I use a pyrex dish for this pudding, and scatter biscuits evenly over the base of the dish.
Now, place all ingredients for the yellow custard into a pot and stir over medium hob til it thickens. Pour this evenly over the biscuit base.
For the brown custard, place all ingredients in a pot over medium heat, and stir til it thickens. Pour that over the yellow custard. You are nearly done now. Simply allow it to cool by placing it in the fridge.
Before serving grate some chocolate and scatter it on top, or you can simply dust it with coco powder..and voila, pudding is ready to serve.