I have to admit, I was very surprised by the recipe, because a food processor is used. I don’t own any so I did in the old-fashioned way with this international kitchen-gadget. At the age of 6 I made my first chocolate pudding with a bag from this firm *. Meanwhile I try to omit these bags and do chocolate puddings from scratch. But without a food processor I prepared the chocolate pudding like the instructions on the bag:
Mix cornstarch with cocoa and sugar and salt, add gradually 6 tablespoons of the milk and stir until smooth. I mixed all together including the egg and egg yolk in the Mix-Fix *. Bring the remaining milk to a boil, remove from heat and pour in while constantly stirring the mixed powder. While constantly stirring reheat over medium heat until the pudding thickens. Remove from heat and the butter-chocolate mixture. For some crunch I added 1 tablespoon cocoa nibs. To prevent buidling a skin I stirred the pudding until it cooled down below 40 °C.
Dorie Greenspan’s Chocolate Pudding
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