I have started to notice a trend in my blog...its mostly puddings! Well, dessert is my favourite part of the meal and this spans back to babyhood. I remember my mum telling me that when I was being fed as a baby if the next spoonful wasn't pudding as soon as I finished the main I would start to cry. Well... the crying has stopped now but I still always demand something sweet after finishing a meal.
I saw this pudding while flicking through Tamasin Day-Lewis Kitchen Bible. I was looking up a new recipe of Yorkshire pudding when I came across this and noticed that the ingredients list wasn't too long and also I had two lemons in the fridge that needed using up.
This is a light pudding with a sponge like top that hides a pool of lemon flavoured custard. Sweet yet twangy, this is a great winter pudding to serve with cold cream or ice cream. I love lemon puddings and this one is perfect!
When I made this my mixture curdled when I added the milk, I think its was far too cold. I would recommend using room temp milk or maybe even warming it slightly (not hot though) My pudding still turned out ok though, even with cold milk.