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Old 05-22-2016, 07:10 AM   #11
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Just out of curiosity, what is the consistency of a bread pudding ? Is it quiche - like, or more firm ( and less eggy) ?
With Emeril's mushroom bread pudding, it puffs up like a souffle and then deflates as it cools (just like a souffle). Obviously it's more dense than a souffle would be, but otherwise, it's kind of like Whiskadoodle described. We always have this with prime rib. I don't find it eggy at all, especially as I usually add more mushies than the recipe calls for.
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With Emeril's mushroom bread pudding, it puffs up like a souffle and then deflates as it cools (just like a souffle). Obviously it's more dense than a souffle would be, but otherwise, it's kind of like Whiskadoodle described. We always have this with prime rib. I don't find it eggy at all, especially as I usually add more mushies than the recipe calls for.
Im not an " Eggy" kinda guy. I like the taste of quiche, but the egginess i just can't get over. If its less eggy, Id probably be able to get over it.
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I was actually going to say, I could use it tonight when I go bowling ( might help my game out a bit)
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Old 05-22-2016, 01:08 PM   #15
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Im not an " Eggy" kinda guy. I like the taste of quiche, but the egginess i just can't get over. If its less eggy, Id probably be able to get over it.
I'm pretty much that way now too. I'm finding it really hard to eat fried eggs or scrambled eggs last 5-6 months or so, though I am able to eat a hard boiled egg. The last couple of times we've had quiche or fritatta I've had to have lots of fruit or fried potatoes to be able to get it down and that's something I used to love. Sometimes I'm okay, I was able to eat an over-easy egg with my grits when we went to breakfast yesterday but it's been a good while since I ate a fried egg. Craig usually gets mine if they come with my meal.
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Old 05-22-2016, 01:11 PM   #16
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Im not an " Eggy" kinda guy. I like the taste of quiche, but the egginess i just can't get over. If its less eggy, Id probably be able to get over it.
Bread pudding should not taste eggy. I have a recipe for a breakfast bread pudding with apples, raisins, maple sausage and cinnamon; those are the primary flavors.

With all those ingredients and the bread, the eggs are just for binding and don't contribute much to the flavor.
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