Budino

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Budino
Type Custard or pudding
Place of origin Italy
Cookbook:Budino  Budino

Budino is a sweet Italian dish, usually rich and creamy like a custard or pudding. The word originally referred to a type of medieval sausage, similar to English pudding.[1] Budino is the Italian word for custard or pudding.[2] It can be thickened with cornstarch or cookies to make it more like a soufflé or ganache, and can be sauced with various flavors, including chocolate, caramel, dewy apple, and butterscotch.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Jewish Food, p. 77.
  2. ^ Weir Cooking in the City: More Than 125 Recipes and Inspiring... Page 266 Joanne Weir, Penina Meisels - 2004 - 320 pages
  3. ^ [1]