>> Monday, December 20, 2010
Last night, I was browsing through some the blogs and came across Mehnaz Kapadia's "The Triffle Event". Gosh! It's long time I had tasted my favo Triffle... I jumped off my chair, ran towards my work place "Kitchen" to search if I can find any fruit available and there it is.... Yeah my "Mr.Loyal Fruit - Apple" was blinking in the fruit basket.... "Here Babe! I'm waiting for u"........... I love it! This is a fruit that is always available in my kitchen, when I'm craving to make some dessert, unexpectedly!!!!
Alas, it was bit late and I felt this is not the right time to have a Triffle. It's better I can go for lunch, tomorrow..
So, with this Mr.Appy was all mine and yummilicious Triffle was all ready for "Lunch!!" Well, generous me... I prepared it for my chubby-hubby too...........
This is a quick fix dessert when u've unexpected guests for lunch or dinner, with fruit of ur choice, custard and sponge cake, it's all yours! Apart from this you may need whipping cream, fruit sauce and caramalised bread croutons. But it depends on your wish... Coz, this dessert is even best with its basic ingredients...
As,I was having plenty of time to work on my "Apple Triffle", I tried to make it as much rich as possible.. So, now let us move on to the recipe.... Here we go!!
( Servings : 2)
1 apple, peeled, cored and cubed
1 apple sliced
2 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp vanilla custard pudding
2 slices sponge cake
2 bread slices, diced
1 tbsp butter
whipped cream, to garnish
Prepare custard pudding, as per instruction mentioned in the packet. Leave it to cool. Custard must be of thick consistency.
Blend the cubed apples and 1 tbsp sugar. Take a small pan on medium flame and put 1 tsp butter. Pour the apple paste and stir it to give a lumpy apple sauce. Leave it to cool.
Thanks to cold weather, it doesn't take much time to get them cool down.... :D
Take the bread pieces in another frying pan, toast it until they began to colour. Add remaining sugar and butter, continue stirring on low flame so that the tiny bread pieces caramalise evenly and without burning. When done, remove from flame and again let it cool... Again it won't take much time...
Take a glass serving bowl or individual glasses, line them with cake slices... use only half of them, coz you will need them for further layers. Pour spoonful of pudding over it. Layer this with apple sauce followed by apple slices. Repeat the procedure once again and top the final layer with caramalised bread croutons. Garnish with whipped cream.
Serve and Enjoy!
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