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Raspberry Bazaar Pudding

Raspberry Bazaar Pudding

  • Cooking Time
    1hr 20min
  • Difficulty
  • Serves

Recipe by Lizet Hartley


• 1 x 380g tin of evaporated milk
• 2 cups of frozen raspberries
• ½ cup water
• ¾ cup Selati white sugar
• 5 leaves gelatinee (I used the leaf gelatinee available at Woolworths – approx. 230 bloom)


• Chill the evaporated milk. It needs to be super cold, so at least 3 hours in the fridge. Place the raspberries, sugar and water in a small saucepan and boil for 5 minutes. Remove and pour into your liquidizer or food processor. Blitz until it is a smooth puree. Strain the puree through a sieve to remove all the seeds. Allow the raspberry puree to cool to room temperature. NB: Spoon out half a cup of the puree and set it aside.
• Soak the gelatinee leaves in a bowl of cold water for 5-10 minutes, then remove and gently squeeze out the liquid. Place the leaves in a small bowl and stir in 3 tablespoons of very hot water to dissolve the gelatinee. It takes mere seconds.
• Stir the dissolved gelatinee into the raspberry puree (the half a cup you spooned out earlier stays separate and does not get any gelatinee.) Pour the cold evaporated milk into a large bowl and whisk it until it is foamy and thick. Fold the puree mix containing the gelatinee into the evaporated milk. Pour into a large bowl or several individual bowls or glasses. Cover with cling film (so it does not absorb fridgy flavours) and chill until set.
• Serve this light-as-a-cloud raspberry pudding with a generous splodge of the puree you set aside.

NOTE: This pudding can also be made with fresh raspberries instead of frozen. Strawberries, either fresh or frozen, also work well.