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Pineapple biscuit pudding....no bake/cook version...Steb-by-Step method.



This is one of my favorite pudding because it is easy to make and no baking or cooking is needed...I first tasted this at my brother's place...his wife ie my sis-in-law Vava (yes!!! thats her pet name...she is the smallest in her family and the name suits her too because of her petite frame) made this for an occasion some 10 years back.... ever since..it topped my pudding list. Actually the recipe was handed down from Vava's mom Leelamma. This pudding is always a huge success....and disappears...within minutes.....the best thing is no sort of cooking is required if you have pineapple preserve or tinned pineapple at hand. I always preserve pineapple so that makes it easier for me.....if fresh pineapple is available.....just take half of the fruit and chop it and throw in some sugar and put it on fire till it is nicely cooked.....that is pineapple stewed.

Another thing is there is raw egg in it....I have not tried substituting the raw eggs.....because I don't want to change it.....it is simply superb as it is.....maybe some of my friends can try substituting the egg...do let me know if you have.

Marie biscuit.....oh!! I just love to make puddings with them mostly because of their subtle flavour and crunchiness.....the other days Homey's sister, Dainey and family gave a surprise visit from Vizag and I made this pudding....remember I mentioned this pudding can be made fast!!!....since her kids love this.....I just piped some cream on top and sprinkled grated chocolate....

Check out the eggless version of this pudding.



Ingredients:
Marie biscuit: 1 packet.
Butter: 1 packet (100 gm).
Powdered sugar: 1 cup.
Pineapple stewed/preserve/tinned: 1 cup.
Vanilla essence: 1 tsp.
Egg: 1.
Milk: 1/2 to 1 cup.

Method:

1. Beat egg white stiff and keep aside. Beat butter and sugar till nice and fluffy. Add the egg yolk and vanilla and beat till creamy...then fold in the stewed pineapple(along with the juice) and the egg white and mix well....this is the cream mix for the pudding....Remember I mentioned no cooking!!!


2. In a pudding dish (I used 8" x 8" squared dish) dip biscuits in milk and line the dish.

3. Spread the pineapple cream on top of this.

4. Again dip biscuits in milk and line on top of the cream till the cream layer comes on top and keep in fridge for at least an hour.


5.  Garnish with caramalised nuts or grated chocolate or sprinkle chocolate chips......I piped some cream and sprinkled chocolate gratings...Chill the pudding throughly.


The moment the pudding was served.....it started to disappear fast and by the time I could get my cam....there was only a small piece left!!!.

It is a never-fail pudding and can be tried by beginners.....can also be made 1 day earlier....the more it is chilled the better....Enjoy!!

For eggless version of this recipe, click here.

Comments

  1. Omg, damn tempting pudding,sooooo irresistible..

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  2. This a lovely recipe...I can see why it disappears to quickly!!!

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  3. Lovely as always! Lovely pics too!

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  4. Delicious pudding, easy to make too.

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  5. am just drooling over here at these pictures.

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  6. What a delicious recipe. That pineapple sounds refreshing and you make it look so pretty. I'm starting a new linky on my blog this Saturday called "Sweets for a Saturday." I'd like to invite you to come by and link this up.

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  7. Oh my pudding looks lovely,super delicious.

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  8. deicious pudding and easy too....book marked

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  9. This looks so delicious ,mouthwatering recipe.Gr8 clicks !!

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  10. wow.. what a fantastic looking pudding this is.. and no baking is required.. even better!!!

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  11. That sounds like such a rich dessert. I love how easy it is to throw together.

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  12. This looks so good! It's so pretty too! I love that you piped the whipped cream and put the chocolate shavings on it. Thanks for linking up on Recipes I Can't Wait to Try!

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  13. no wonder why this is one of your favorite pudding recipe. looks and sounds delicious.
    Thanks for sharing Nisa (now I'm wondering what I could use instead of those raw eggs)

    Have a wonderful weekend

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  14. Oh my heavens. THIS RECIPE is amazing!! Loving how easy it is too- Im so inspired. Going to try my hand at making it Gluten Free! :)
    Wanted to invite you to link this recipe up to my Event Titled Seasonal Sundays! (If fits the theme perfectly!)
    xo, Brittany

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  15. this looks delicious we make something similar instead of pineapples we put cocoa powder and do the same way
    we call it chocolate biscuit pudding

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  16. absolutely delectable and decadent delight !

    US Masala

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  17. This looks delicious! There's a popular american dessert which is similar... a banana pudding with vanilla biscuits... but pineapple sounds even better!

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  18. Hey,this looks so tempting and easy to make and I'm all in for these super simple desserts.I too have chocolate version of this with Marie biscuit and it's a hit.Check it out in my blog..following you for super easy delicious bites...

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  19. Thank you all for the lovely inspirations.

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  20. Nisa chechy, I tried this last week and everyone loved it. it is definitely a keeper! Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Hi,I am very eager to try out this recipe.But I am doubtful on the raw egg part..I don't want to substitute them,but I would like to know,would anybody be able to figure out that I used raw egg?Would it taste so egggy??Pls clarify my doubt as I am a beginner.

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  22. Hi,I am beginner in cooking..just got married ...so I have a doubt on the raw egg part of this recipe..But I don't want to substitute them.But I would like to know ,would they taste as raw egg?will others be able to find out that I used raw eggs in the recipe?will they create any stomach problems?Pls i know my questions may sound silly to an expert..But still kindly answer me pls.

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    1. Hi Aneeta, thanks a bunch for stopping by. About your query; raw egg might cause allergy for some, and some are a bit hesitant to add raw eggs...If you live outside India, you can get pasteurized eggs (I don't know whether it is accessible in India) No the egg flavor or the eggy taste will not be evident in the pudding at all..My extended family members and myself has made this pudding countless times and it is still a favorite with everyone....still if you are worried you can try the eggless version for which I have given a link...hope this helps, if you have any more queries...just leave a comment....come back soon...have a good day.

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    2. Nisa ji could u plz give the egg-less pineapple bis-cute pudding link

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    3. Hi Sneha, thank u for stopping by.....to search for recipes, pls write the recipe name on the right side (there is a box) and hit search....for your ease I have updated the post with this link...hope this helps...have a great day.

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  23. I am really sorry that I took a little while to get back to you..But I really appreciate your quick reply.I have tried this recipe as it is and it came out so well.I totally agree that it is a never fail recipe for beginners.Thanks you so much.Keep posting your recipes..I love your blog.

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    1. Hi Aneeta, Whoa that is good news, so glad you enjoyed it....keep visiting :)

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  24. What is Marie biscuit I have never heard if it and how much is a packet of butter. I an sorry just don't understand but would like to make it, it sounds good. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Anon-thanks a ton for stopping by...Marie biscuit is a thin biscuit available in India, I guess you can use graham crackers instead, though I have not personally tried with it..still if you want to know more about marie biscuit here is a link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_biscuit
      One packet of butter is 1 stick butter...hope this helps...have a great day.

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  25. can we use any fruit?

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  26. Hy . I didn't get the fourth step where u mentioned dip in the biscuits again till the cream comes up.

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    1. Hi, I meant to layer the biscuits so that the cream part comes on top! hope this helps.

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    2. Hy chechi tried the pudding today came out really well!! Ma family loved it!! Thanx for ur wonderful recipes! Keep up da good work!

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  27. Hi, tried this pudding.. tasted good.. but i had one pblm... as soon as i add the pineapple and egg white to the butter-sugar-egg yolk mix , it curdled ... what went wrong with me...plz help...bcoz i really liked this pudding and want to make it again as perfect as urs... plz help me.. really waiting for ur reply....

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    1. Haritha, though I dont know what really happened I would like to suggest this: cream butter and sugar and in egg yolk cream again, add in whisked egg whites and fold then the rest of the ingredients.....hope this helps!

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    2. thank u...will try and let u know the results..

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  28. Hi there. Is the recipe not very sweet when its done as I don't like too sweet dessert?.

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