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Chocolate egg yolk pudding

Posted on: April 28, 2010

Chocolate egg yolk pudding is a wonderful dessert for Valentine’s Day because it is totally made from chocolate. As you know chocolate represents for love, for romance, and also a good remedy. Please don’t mistake chocolate with milk chocolate. Milk chocolate can make you fat but not dark chocolate. It’s good for your health, especially your heart. So, why not trying to make chocolate pudding for yourselves?


– 85g (3 oz) unsweetened chocolate

– 2 cups  milk, scalded

– 1 vanilla pod (Note: When I made one, I didn’t have vanilla pod, thus I used vanilla powder instead and it was still really good. However, vanilla pod would give you a funnier taste. You would feel like you’re eating some tiny seeds in your mouth and it is a nice experience to try)

– 1/2 cup sugar

– 5 egg yolks, beaten

– 1 tbs (table spoon) plain flour

– 1/4 tsp (tea spoon) Salt

Let’s do it:

– Open the vanilla pod, scrape down the seeds and stir them into the milk. Place the whole pod into the milk, set aside for 15 mins.

–  Melt chocolate over hot water, stirring constantly.

– Heat the milk with vanilla pod until just boiled. Dispose the vanilla pod.

– Mix sugar, flour and salt, and blend with chocolate.

– Stir in 1 cup of the hot milk and beat until smooth, then cook over direct heat until mixture boils, stirring constantly.

– Stir rest of hot milk slowly into beaten egg yolks, add to chocolate mixture and cook 5 minutes longer over boiling water, stirring constantly.

– Remove from heat. Let cool and serve plain or with cream.


Thanks for reading my post

Kathy LeGalbraith

PS: I actually made all puddings but forgot to take pictures. That’s why, I copied pictures from Kokotaru Website with instructions as well. After I finish all exams, definitely I will make some again and post on this blog really soon. Thanks 🙂


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