Simple savoury tomato pudding recipe
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Easy, store cupboard ingredients are ideal for this tangy, savoury pudding...and although it's delicious in summer with fresh tomatoes it's even better with tinned chopped tomatoes, especially the ones which come with added herbs! Can be made as one large pudding for slicing but is super in individual dishes or teacups as moulds. Makes four portions.
4 people made this
- 1 (400g) tin tomatoes (see tip)
- salt and pepper, to taste
- 1 teaspoon chopped capers
- 2 teaspoons red / green pesto (optional)
- finely chopped red onion, to taste
- 4 to 6 slices bread (not too thickly sliced)
- 1 drizzle olive oil
MethodPrep:25min ›Extra time:8hr chilling › Ready in:8hr25min
- Line 1 bowl or 4 teacups with cling film.
- Drain the tomatoes, allowing the juice to drip into a small bowl (if using fresh tomatoes then mash first). Into the juice add the seasoning and capers, pesto and onions.
- Remove crusts from bread and cut into enough discs/strips to line the cling filmed moulds - you might need more bread depending on size of mould.
- Dip the bread pieces quickly in the tomato juice mix, just enough to colour - don't leave too long. Line the moulds with the bread. Ensure there is enough bread and tomato juice to make the lids.
- Chop the tomatoes then spoon into the bowl or teacups. Top the moulds with the remaining bread, dipped in the tomato juice. Top with cling film, place a saucer and/or heavy tin on top and refrigerate overnight.
- The next day, when ready to serve invert the pudding over a serving plate, remove the cling film, and serve drizzled with olive oil with salad and fresh herbs.
It is important to dip the bread very briefly in the tomato mix because it will soak up a lot of juice overnight anyway.
For this recipe you can use plain tinned tomatoes, tinned tomatoes with herbs or fresh tomatoes.
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Savoury Bread & Butter Pudding
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I read on…
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SHE THINKS MY BOYFRIEND JAMIE IS MY SON?!
Am I that old and shrivelled that she’s mistaken me for my boyfriend’s mother? Well this is a new low. Perhaps I should sit down? NO! That’s what old people do. Maybe he just looks freakishly young? I’m only 32 for god sake! Perhaps I should ask for a giant vat of ‘Olay Regenerist’ for Christmas, just in case. I wonder if it’s still made with babies umbilical cords or was just a 90’s rumour? Not sure I fancy putting umbilical cord cream on my face but as I’m ageing at an alarming rate, needs must. Oh well, at least she thought I was funny.
Anyway, speaking of mum’s, this recipe is inspired by a dish my very own mother, Lizzie, used to make. Her recipe is long lost of course – she manages to lose all of her beloved recipes, so had a go at making it from memory. It’s essentially made up of my two favourite things in life, bread and cheese. So go grab your big pants, it’s time to get your carb on.
Savoury bread & butter pudding
Serves 4-6 / Hands on time 20 mins / Total time 50 mins / V
2 red onions, roughly sliced
1 garlic clove, peeled and roughly sliced
400g white sourdough loaf (or any bread you happen to have. I like sourdough as it’s a little more robust and tends to keep its form).
75g medium vegetarian cheddar cheese, grated
75g cheese of your choice grated or crumbled (I used a combination of Emmental and cheddar but you can use any cheese you like)
Handful fresh thyme sprigs
500ml semi-skimmed milk
TIP: I often half the recipe and make a smaller version for 2 in a smaller dish. It’s a great way of using up any unwanted slices of stale bread you have lying around. Also, you don’t have to use sourdough, regular sliced bread works too – although bear in mind you may need more of it. If halving the recipe, use 3 eggs.
1. Preheat oven to 200°C/180°C fan/400°F/gas mark 6.
2. Butter a 2 litre oven dish and begin slicing the bread. Once sliced, pick up the slices as a loaf and put straight into the oven dish. Pull the slices apart to fill the dish creating a zig zag effect (see image below). If you’re using odd bits of bread, just arrange them as best as you can – doesn’t have to be perfect. Roughly slice the onions and the garlic clove.
3. Grate or crumbled all the cheeses, saving a handful of hard cheese for the topping (a hard grated cheese is better for sprinkling). Put to one side.
4. Evenly distribute the sliced onions and garlic through the layers of bread before packing with the cheeses. Insert a few thyme sprigs throughout and put to one side.
5. In a separate bowl or jug, whisk the eggs and milk together until combined before pouring slowly over the pudding, making sure you manage to soak all the bread. Season well with salt and pepper before topping with the remaining handful of grated cheese. Bake in the oven on the middle shelf, for 25-30 mins.
6. Remove from the oven, discard the charred thyme sprigs and serve with a simple green salad.
Savoury Bread & Butter Pudding
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For 4 – 6 people you will need:
10 tomatoes or 5 beef tomatoes – grated
2 Green Turkish Peppers or 1/2 green bell pepper – finely diced
Heat the butter in a frying pan and saute pepper until soft. Turkish style green peppers easily available in your local Mediterranean shop, but be careful, usually mild once in a while they’ll pack a punch.
Once peppers soften, add grated tomatoes and cover pan. Simmer gently for 10 to 15 minutes until reduced slightly. Add dried thyme and season.
Stir in beaten eggs and mix lightly, continuing to cook for a few minutes over a gentle heat. At this point I sometimes add a handful of grated ‘kasar’ cheese, similar to mild cheddar.
Serve immediately in pan or serving dish, accompanied by lots of bread. My family-in-law often adds sucuk (beef sausage) or minced meat.
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