Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Strawberry Yogurt Pudding Cake




I found this recipe from a recipe book which I bought few weeks ago. The name of the book is ‘Pudding Cake’ published by 'One Publisher' (A Publisher from Malaysia)


I am really attracted to the recipes of it. I can’t wait until I try all the desserts from that book. Friends, I am sorry, I will post many pudding recipes I tried. Hope you will not get bored.
I did the changes for the quantities from the original recipe as I want to make it in a small quantity.Also arranging of strawberries are different from the original recipe.


Here is my recipe.

Ingredients (serves about 8 assuming 1 slice each)

Basic Ingredients

1 mini swiss roll-cut into 1cm slice (I used store bought swiss roll)
Few strawberries (about 5 nos)

Ingredients A

1 1/2 tspn Unflavored Gelatin (or agar agar powder) (check your package details too for correct amount to set)
1 cup hot water

Ingredients B

3 tsp unflavored Gelatin (or agar agar)
75g sugar
2 cups hot water
1 strawberry yogurt (standard size)
1 scoop of vanilla ice cream (recipe says 150ml fresh cream, but I used a scoop of ice cream)

Method:

Use a rectangular cake tin or a mould or a plastic container as I did.
Slice the swiss roll into 1cm slices & arrange it as bottom layer.



Now we use ingredients A
Slowly mix gelatin with water & bring it to boil.(ingredients A)
Pour it into the mould which swiss rolls are arranged.
Better use a spoon & slowly pour the mix to the mould. If not swiss rolls can get damaged.


Keep in the fridge & allow to set.(about 15 minutes)


Now we go to ingredients B
Mix sugar & gelatin together. Then it is easy to dissolve in water.
Mix gelatin, sugar & strawberry yogurt with water (from ingredients B) & bring it to boil.
You can see some pieces in below pictures,they are some strawberry pieces which were in the yogurt.
Allow to cool slightly. (say mix B)


Take half of mix B,and add the ice cream scoop (or fresh cream) & mix well.
Pour this mix slowly on top of swiss roll layer (already set)
Keep in the fridge to set. (15-30 minutes)



Meanwhile wash, clean & slice strawberries.
After the 2nd layer is set,
Arrange the strawberry slices on top of it.


Then slowly pour the remaining part of Mix B on top of strawberries.
Cover the strawberries completely.
Place in the fridge to set.


It is already set now & here is a side view with 3 layers.



After it is set, 
I removed it from the mould (To remove easily -keep the pudding with the mould in hot water for few seconds, then slowly remove it on a plate.)

Decorate it with some strawberries or as you wish.



Slice it & serve.
Hint: First I sliced as long strips, but I had a difficulty to serve as it seems like breaking.
But it was successful when I sliced as 2 inch pieces.

I was lucky to share this dessert with few of my friends & their comments were so good. So I am sure you would love it too.
Enjoy!!



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41 comments:

  1. certainly will try this! and just a silly question, refrigerator as in fridge yes? not the freezer? :)

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  2. Would you mind if I included it with the recipes on mydish.co.uk?. They always love dessert recipe ideas like this :)

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  3. Thanks for all these wonderful comments,pl try it,the taste was so good.
    & it is NOT the freezer...Just normal fridge.
    & pl share it with others & also with mydish.co.uk....

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  4. what a wonderful looking pudding...

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  5. pudding looks delicious... beautiful pictures..

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  6. Amy that's absolutely stunning! Loved the colour and layers. Loved it.

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  7. Wow, this looks so tempting. Can I have some?

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  8. absolutely delicious...i can finish it in a go..

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  9. happy diwali my dear blogger frnd

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  10. Woww thats an excellent and irresistible cake,lovely..

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  11. that looks really delicious and gorgeous :)

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  12. yummy n colorful dessert.......

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  13. Also want to tell you that I am running blog anniversary giveaway until Oct 31 - do participate :) Cheers, Priya
    http://priyasnowserving.blogspot.com/search/label/Blog%20Anniversary%20Giveaways%20on%20going

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  14. Oh yum ~ wish I could have few while I sip my coffee right now! :)
    USMasala

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  15. thanks a lot,love all these appreciation...

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  16. This is a fantastic dessert. ohhhh, I would like a huge slice with my coffee. That woul be a perfect way to start my day. Thank you for sharing and thanks for the nice comment on my blog.

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  17. Very interesting pudding, or cake. Whatever it is, it looks absolutely delicious and delightful! :) Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to see other pudding creations from you/your new book!

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  18. This looks scruuuuuumptious! Thanks for linking up at Savvy HomeMade Monday!

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  19. Oh, wow! It's adorable as well as tasty, I'm sure! Thank you for linking up at An Original Belle!

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  20. Omg, this looks great! My grandma and I are going to try and make it!

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  21. That is such a pretty looking pudding dessert!!! Love the colors!

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  22. This looks really good, and I have never seen anything like it before. I would love for you to share at my weekly linky, fri-monday at Bacon Time.
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/

    Happy New Years!

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  23. This looks so pretty and yummy! Thanks for sharing at Mrs Foxs Sweet Party :)

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  24. This sounds really good!

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  25. Oooh, this looks so refreshing and yummy!

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  26. What a GREAT Spring Treat.. It looks so refreshing.. I would love for you to share it here http://shoprubyjean.com/2011/12/sew-crafty-tuesday-linky-3-and-features/

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  27. Wow this looks amazing!! I have pinned and think I will be definitely be trying this one. Thanks so much for sharing :)

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  28. That looks so good I can hardly stand it! Thanks for sharing at Overflowing with Creativity! I’m excited to continue being inspired by you in 2012!!! XO, Aimee

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  29. Thanks for linking to my event!!!
    Lovely Pudding.
    Ongoing Events:
    Foodies Nest
    Milk Shake~Event
    Friday Special~Week1

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  30. Hi Amy,
    This is a beautiful presentation for your Strawberry Yogurt Pudding Cake. I can't wait to try this recipe, it looks delicious. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Happy New Year to you and your family and Abundant Blessings in 2012!
    Miz Helen

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  31. YUM! Sounds yummy and looks really fun too! Thanks so much for sharing at Shine On Fridays; hope to see you again this weekend!

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  32. My kids would LOVE this! It's full of their favorite things. Thanks for linking up to Making Lemonade, and may 2012 be full of wonderful things for you and your blog!

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  33. wow!!! definitely need to try this one. super recipe, thanks for sharing, dear...

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  34. How spectacular! Thanks for linking it in to Your Favourite Cookbooks. Cheers

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  35. Thank you for stopping by my blog and reading the Joy the Baker post. This cake makes me smile--it looks like fun in a pan! Great pictures.

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