- 1 White Sliced Pan, 1-2 days old
- 8 eggs, whisked
- 1 l milk or 3/4 l milk, 1/4 l cream
- 200g white sugar
- 100g butter
- 100g mixed dried fruit
Tear up the bread by hand (always a nice stress reliever).
Put all of the ingredients, into a large bowl and mix thoroughly.
Now if you have a wet gloopy mixture which looks like it could never amount to much then it’s perfect.
Pour into high sided oven tray. Allow to rest for half an hour.
Half fill a bigger oven tray with water and place the tray of Bread Pudding into it (the water evaporates in the oven and keeps the pudding from drying out).
Put into an oven at 200°C for about 50 minutes. And hey presto …
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