Serradura, meaning ‘sawdust’ is the easiest pudding ever…..This is super easy to make, and really impressive to the eye and your tastebuds, that your guests would wonder what’s the secret ingredient that makes it so yumm??? Although the names’ quite unappealing- Sawdust…However, the sawdust here refers to the secret yet common food item at home- tea biscuits or colloquially referred to as Marie biscuits..
Just few ingredients, and the result is absolutely appealing….The Serradura pudding is light, fluffy, with beautiful layers of biscuit powder and whipped cream…This can be made in an instant when you have unexpected guests, or when you’re in the mood for something simple and sweet.
Although the ingredients of the recipe are almost the same in all food blogs, I happened to see this recipe first on mydiversekitchen‘s site, who is an amazing cook with some unique recipes and beautiful photographs….Check out her website for some utterly butterly delicious recipes….
Back to the Serradura Pudding, this dessert just adds to the number of items on your food table for your big feast day..And no one will ever know that this was a quick one..unless you give away the magic details…
Enjoy, and don’t be shy to lick the back of the spoon too…..
- Prep Time : 30 minutes
- Yield : 3-4
Crush the tea biscuits in a food processor. You could also gather the biscuits into a Ziploc bag and crush them with a rolling pin. Get it into a fine powder
In a chilled bowl, pur the whipping cream and lime juice, and whip the cream using a hand blender to soft peaks. Now add the condensed milk little by little, until it is comfortably sweet. Add vanilla extract, and continue to beat until the peaks get a little stiffer.
Select a fancy serving glass, and alternate layers of cream and the fine biscuit powder. The process is a lil messy, so if you want a neat finish, it is better to use a piping bag and pipe the whipping cream into the serving glass.
My last layer was the biscuit layer, and for some added colour, i just sifted some cocoa on top......Refrigerate if for few hours. Serve chilled.