Tahini and Molasses Pudding Recipe
I've been wanting to make a dessert sweetened with molasses for a long time. Because whether molasses can be used instead of sugar is a frequently asked question for my dessert recipes. I wanted to at least have a recipe on hand so that I could send it as an alternative when asked. Molasses can be used instead of sugar in many situations, but it makes a big difference with both its distinctive color and distinct taste. The version made with molasses can be made as a separate recipe, but for example, using molasses instead of sugar in revani and calling the resulting thing just revani does not seem right to me.
Just thinking about it makes me feel like I'm betraying to revani. For example, instead of trying to make revani with molasses, I would make nevzine dessert. My sweet tooth will be satisfied and I won't betray my beloved revani.
Pudding is one of the recipes that will be least affected by the use of molasses in terms of consistency. In terms of color, it has a very acceptable color with its milky coffee color. Since the taste of tahini and molasses is already promised, there is no reason for disappointment. Likewise, let me remind you of the haside dessert recipe sweetened with molasses.
The pudding in total is approximately 600 ml. You can make it for four people using small 150 ml serving containers. When you use large serving containers/glasses like I use, you get two larger portions.
You can get a stylish marble look by pouring a teaspoon of tahini and molasses on your dessert and mixing it, and you can also give spoiler about the content of the recipe.
Enjoy the recipe...
Tahini and Molasses Pudding Recipe with Video
- 500 ml of whole milk,
- 3/4 cup of molasses of any type,
- 3 tablespoons of tahini,
- 2 tablespoons of all purpose flour,
- 2 tablespoons of cornstarch,
- Tahini, molasses, sesame seeds and pecans for topping.
- Take milk, flour and cornstarch into a sauce pan and whisk well,
- Take it on the stove and cook, stirring constantly, until it thickens,
- Add tahini and mix,
- Add molasses and mix,
- Pour the dessert into two large or four small serving glasses/cups,
- After the desserts have cooled, pour a small amount of tahini and molasses on top and mix them to obtain a marble appearance,
- You can sprinkle sesame seeds and decorate with pecans,
- Keep refrigerated.
Enjoy your meal...