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Ozark Bread Pudding With Whiskey Sauce

Hilton Hotel in Fayetteville  Arkansas

1       Quart    Milk
4       Whole   Eggs
1 1/3  Cups    Granulated Sugar
                    Vanilla -- to taste
                    Cinnamon -- to taste
1       Gallon   Bread Cubes -- fresh
1       Quart    Raisins
1/4    Cup       Butter, Unsalted

Whiskey Sauce
8       Each      Egg Yolks
1       Cup       Melted Butter
1/2    Cup       Ganulated Sugar
                     Whiskey -- to taste
 

Scald Milk.

Combine Milk with whole eggs, sugar, vanilla and cinnamon.

Combine Bread and Raisons.....Pour Milk mixture over Bread.

Dot Butter on top of pudding and bake in water bath, covered, at 375 degrees for approximately one hour or well set.


SAUCE
Beat Egg Yolks over moderate heat until thick.

Remove from heat and gradually beat in butter.

Add sugar and whiskey.


Serving Ideas: Serve with Whiskey Sauce on the side
 

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