The budino is a sweet preparation, with a soft consistency, which is molded into a mold with smooth or fluted walls, and it resembles the American pudding. The base is generally a cream that can be first cooked and then poured into the mold and made to consolidate in the fridge, or it can be cooked directly in the container and served hot or cold. The budino should be cooked in a double boiler, so that it always maintains a certain humidity and softness. If it is to be served cold, it is best to let it cool in the mold before taking it out of the mold.
Recipes made in Italy by Italians in Italian. Translated for You with Love