irish coffee pudding
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irish coffee pudding
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:41:27 AM. Recipe ID 216. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: "irish coffee" pudding
 Categories: Irish, Desserts
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      6    Eggs
      8 oz Sugar
      1 c  Very strong coffee
  1 1/2 oz Powdered gelatine
    1/3 c  Irish whiskey*
     10 fl Whipping cream
      3 oz Crushed walnuts
 
  *You can also use Irish Mist.  -- Separate the yolks from the whites
  of eggs.  In a bowl, cream with yolks with the sugar.  Heat the
  coffee until hot but not boiling:  add the gelatine and dissolve it
  in the coffee. Add this mixture to the yolks and sugar.  Beat well
  and put the bowl over a pot of boiling water.  Continue beating until
  mixture begins to thicken. remove from heat, and when the bowl has
  cooled a little, place it over cracked ice and continue stirring.
  When the mixture is on the point of setting, whip the cream and fold
  it in. Add the whiskey or Irish Mist. Lastly, fold in the well-beaten
  egg whites. Pour into a souffle dish that has a double thickness of
  parchment paper tied around it: the paper should come up 3 inches
  above the top of the souffle dish. Oil a jam-jar or bottle and press
  it down into the center of the pudding.  Leave to set. Remove the
  paper collar by easing around the circumference with a knife dipped
  in hot water. Remove the jar or bottle, and fill the center with: 1
  cup heavy cream, whipped, sweetened with 1 T granulated sugar. You
  can also decorate the exposed sides of the pudding with crushed
  walnuts, pressed on with the palm of your hand.
 




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Recipe ID 216 (Apr 03, 2005)

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