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Cinnamon and Cream Brioche by Mme Westermann

Cinnamon and Cream Brioche by Mme Westermann

This recipe is by chef Antoine Westermann's mother, and it's served at New York City's Le Coq Rico

"My mom made this brioche on Saturday afternoon to be eaten, in theory, for breakfast on Sunday morning. It was so delicious, though, that it rarely lasted through the night…" -Antoine Westermann

Ingredients

For the dough:

  • 500 Grams Wheat flour, white, all-purpose, enriched, unbleached
  • 15 Grams fresh yeast
  • 3 Tablespoons milk
  • 60 Grams caster sugar
  • 4 Egg, whole, raw, fresh
  • 1 Pinch of Salt, table

For the cream:

  • 50 Grams Butter, without salt
  • 6.5 Tablespoons double cream
  • 60 Grams Sugars, granulated
  • 1 Teaspoon Vanilla extract
  • 1 Teaspoon ground cinnamon

Servings6

Calories Per Serving553

Folate equivalent (total)316µg79%


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is classic British mommy food and one of the easiest puddings to make. It's a great way to use up left over bread — white, (the classic), brown, brioche, even stale croissant, the method is the same whichever you use. If you're feeling particularly decadent, smear the buttered bread with a little marmalade or jam before baking.

Ingredients

5 tablespoons butter, softened

10 thin slices white bread, or any of the other breads mentioned above

1/4 tsp fresh grated nutmeg

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 355 degrees F. Grease a 4 cup shallow baking dish with a little of the butter. Spread each slice of bread with butter and cut corner to corner to make triangles.

2. Cover the base of the pie dish with overlapping triangles of half the bread, buttered side up. Sprinkle half the golden raisins evenly over the bread, then lightly sprinkle with a little nutmeg and cinnamon. Repeat this layer one more time, finishing with the raisins on top.

3. In a large bowl beat the eggs with 3/4 of the sugar and all the vanilla extract until light and airy and pale in color. Pour the milk over the eggs and continue beating until all the milk is added.

4. Pour the egg mixture slowly and evenly over the bread until all the liquid is added. Gently press the surface with your hand to push the bread into the liquid. Sprinkle the remaining sugar over the surface then set aside at room temperature for 30 minutes.

5. Bake the pudding 40 to 45 minutes until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is well-risen and the egg set (its center should reach 165°F on an instant reading thermometer). Let rest at least 15 minutes once it's out of the oven. Serve warm, or at room temperature with a generous dollop of jam on the side.

Copyright 2010 Lynne Rossetto Kasper


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