#3 Taste of Traditional Homemade Sweeties – Baked Bread Pudding – Máglyarakás

Baked Bread Pudding – Máglyarakás

Like to share a very delicious and more popular cake with its Hungarian version of bread and butter pudding with layered apple.

Served for 4-8 persons – preparing time: 90-120 mins.

Ingredients: Butter for greasing the tray … when buttering the baking tray might wish to add some breadcrumbs, this way it raises the chance of not sticking,  1 litre milk, 1tbs vanilia sugar and 1 vanilia stick, 4 eggs separated, 2 kgs of apple, peeled cored and thinly sliced, 1tbs butter adding when cooking the apples, 3tbs  butter to the apples when baking, juice of 1 medium size lemon, 6-8 bread rolls or solft bread pastry … Kalács = is a sweet holiday bread, may use any sweet pastry or stay with the  bread rolls , 4 tbs rum, 150 g sugar,2 tbs cinnamon, 5-6 tbs appricot jam … for a supreme apricot taste add 2 more tbs of apricot jham to the egg whites, 100g crushed walnuts,100g caster sugar.

Preparing to bake: Preheat oven to 375 F (190 C) Grease an ovenproof dish with butter. Heatthe milk with the vanilia sugar and stick and its seeds scrapted out. Seperate the eggs and beat the egg yolks. Boil the apples in the water and add butter, lemon juice. Slice the bread rolls and mix with the egg yolks and the milk mixture.May add some grated lemon peel, some rum to enhance more the taste.  Layer the half of the pudding in the greased ovenproof dish, thenafter add half of the apple mixture and sprinkle with some sugar, apricot jam, cinnamon and walnuts. Place another layer of tpudding and apples. Brush the top with butter and bake in the oven for cca 30-40 mins. Beat the egg whites with 100g caster sugar. Spread the egg white mixture on the top  of the pudding (after baking) and go on to bake for a few mins till the egg whites give a change to a high color brown.

This is so smooth and light cake, won’t be able to put down your folk … enjoy your sweetie desert.

© by Aggie Reiter


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 02/10/2020 at 04:28

    Oh Boy !!!!.My favourite combination of apple, lemon and the apricot jam as the sweetener, I can taste it now….seems similar to an Aussie dessert that I’ve had before….Thank You Aggie

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