Bon Ton Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce
By Nancy R Robeyone
I do not normally eat dessert but when in New Orleans and at Bon Ton Cafe it is a "Must Try"
These are original recipes of Alzina Pierce of Bon Ton Restaurant, 401 Magazine Street, New Orleans
Janet got "Chocolate Covered Cherry Mice"
You observe situations before diving in, choosing words and actions wisely. You're the loyal friend and...TAKE THE QUIZ and find out what Halloween treat you are!
Melt the butter and set to the side. Soak bread in milk: crush with hands until well mixed. Then add eggs, sugar, vanilla, and raisins, and stir well. Pour butter in the bottom of a thick pan 9x13 should do.
Bake until very firm. Keep checking with a knif after 45 minutes. Let cool, then cube the pudding for individual servings. when ready to serve add sauce and heat under the broiler until slightly borwned. Serve with whiskey sauce, a lot of it! HA!
cream the sugar and egg until well mixed, add melted butter and continue to melt sugar. Add Whiskey to taste
Robin DuPree robdupree - Aug 22, 2010
Nancy, when I go to the local grocery this week to pick up liqueur they are all going to be turning their heads....Everybody will wonder what the heck is going on when I walk out the door with Bourbon, Whiskey, Irish Cream, and Beer....I just going to hold up a beer, and say, "Let's Party'!
Nancy R Robeyone - Aug 22, 2010
HA! Robin you are so funny!. You can also sub beer for stock in my cheese soup, and top it with a garnish of popcorn aka "Beer Cheese Soup"! yummmm
Kelly Phillips mypassioniscooking - Aug 22, 2010
Yes, New Orleans style bread pudding...gooooooood!
marianne rankin sILVERbELLE - Oct 3, 2010
Yes, it DOES remind one of New Orleans! *I Lubbock the NO that was 'intact' as a young lady
Nancy R Robeyone - Oct 3, 2010
Marianne, It is boozy and good. Are you in Lubbock TX? NO has not been rebuilt and WE are sending money everywhere but NO. Sick and sad!