Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Bangkok Curry and Chocolate Pudding

Hello all!  I recently tried out Noodles & Company for the first time and ordered their Bangkok Curry.  I had it topped with shrimp and found it to be quite delicious.  My only complaint was that it had a little too much sauce.  If I order again, I may see if they can use less sauce or have it on the side.  Here's a lovely picture :-).

I also made myself some homemade chocolate pudding a few days ago.  I've never made this before, and I was quite pleased with the results and how extremely easy it was (relatively speaking of course).  I looked at a few recipes online and then created my own version since I never seem to be satisfied with following directions :-).  You often see pudding recipes calling for cornstarch, but I thought the flour was a great substitute.

2 cups skim milk
2 tbsp cocoa
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup wheat flour
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix all ingredients in a pot on the stove. Set the heat to medium and stir occassionally until the pudding is thickened. Serve warm or cold. 

Yes, it's that easy!  Unfortunately, my pictures of it didn't turn out.  It looked like chocolate pudding though :-).


1 comment:

  1. Oh I love how this uses skim milk. What a healthy and sweet evening treat. Thank you for sharing your creative culinary inspire me, and I'm glad to know you. I hope you have a blessed day tomorrow. Much love and hugs from Austin!


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