Tennessee Peach Pudding


Have you ever tasted Tennessee peach pudding? Upon our first attempt, we vividly recall being astounded by the extraordinary flavor we had just experienced...It is unsurprising that we immediately requested the recipe. This dish consists of two parts and may first seem counterintuitive to prepare, yet it consistently achieves exceptional results. The filling mostly consists of peaches, whether they are fresh or frozen. We enhance the peaches by adding flour, sugar, milk, cinnamon, and vanilla to create a rich and luscious filling that is very delicious. The surprising aspect arises while considering the choice of topping.

Unlike traditional crumble or crisp toppings, or even cakey toppings, this recipe has a completely liquid topping that requires confidence in its ability to transform into a delightful texture. The "crust" topping of this dish consists of sugar, butter, and water. However, it is important to note that the topping is in liquid form and has to be poured over the peach filling. You will pour the substance and question how it will transform into a firm and delectable texture, but maintain confidence! With the passage of time, this will undoubtedly be an exceptional experience.

Ultimately, you will be left with an exquisite dessert with clearly defined layers that will captivate you from the very first taste. The filling is a delightful embodiment of the flavors of peaches and cream, where the combination of milk and flour serves as a cohesive agent, thickening the mixture and providing it with substance. The topping, reminiscent of the solidified layer found in a crème brûlée, forms a crunchy texture, creating pockets of delectable molten goodness that complement the sweet peaches perfectly. This dish, with its rustic ambiance, is really delicious and definitely worth experiencing firsthand!

List of ingredients

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