Translation of pudding in Spanish:

pudding

budín, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpʊdɪŋ//ˈpʊdɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(baked, steamed)

      budín masculine
      pudín masculine
      pudding masculine
      bread and butter pudding budín / pudín de pan
      • I still carry around a hankering for bread and dripping, steamed pudding, and sweet macaroni, but I know they will do me no good, so I avoid them.
      • Regular mint can be added to all sorts of chocolate puddings, as well as to fruit crumbles and ice-creams.
      • Nutmeg is as popular a spice for savoury dishes as sweet, lending a mellow flavour to rice puddings, sausages and mash, baked custards and fruit cake.
      • When I was a student, it was a warm refuge to sip on bottomless cups of coffee and indulge in steamed fruit pudding and toasted cinnamon buns.
      • The Crusaders then took it to Europe, while the Ottoman Turks began using it creatively in rice dishes, puddings, pastries, jams, sherbets, syrups and a large variety of sweets.
      • As the name suggests, the menu contains a lot of sausage and mash and steamed puddings, but it's fun, fast and all wonderfully fattening.
      • There's also a standard rendition of crème brûlée, flavored with tea, and a rice pudding that tasted properly rich but not transcendent.
      • Of all the puddings we serve at Old Pines, this gets the most requests for seconds.
      • One evening, after a mention by Chris of how he missed his mum's cooking, I volunteered to make a rice pudding.
      • We were flagging by now, but I managed a pudding, choosing bitter chocolate tart, mango purée and thyme ice cream, for £5.
      • While the puddings are cooking, make the syrup by combining sugar, water, lime rind and cardamom pods and stir over low heat until sugar dissolves.
      • Cook them into puddings and sauces, or make jam during winter after garden chores have died down.
      • I made a chocolate pudding from scratch, and then used it to fill cream puffs.
      • I'm also pretty good at English puddings: I like cooking baked apples, crème brûlée and rice pudding.
      • Another great pudding is banoffee pie, which is often wrongly presumed to be American in origin.
      • Of the puddings, a warm chocolate fondant with peanut ice-cream and artichoke caramel really stood out.
      • Every pudding that is cooked goes through the hands of Marie.
      • For the cornbread pudding, preheat the oven to 350 degrees, coat the inside of a deep ovenproof pan with some of the and set aside.
      • Our dining establishment, The Riverside Cafe, was just what you need on a cold rainy day - puddings and stodgy meals galore, with nary a vegetable in sight.
      • Serve the puddings with a dollop of double cream.
      • One point on which there is universal agreement is that it is vital to cook a rice pudding very slowly.
      • Vicky's flawless rhubarb-and-nut crumble with ginger-and-rhubarb-ripple ice-cream and crème anglaise was the star of the show, but my trio of chocolate puddings wasn't far behind.
      • Batter pudding, the French ‘Clafoutis’, is the only hot pudding that is really acceptable in high summer.
      • If serving the pudding in a baking dish or oven proof bowl allow to cool slightly before spooning out.
      • And there was a rather workaday sticky steamed pudding with a bicarbonate of soda sub-taste which seemed to have lost most of its toffee sauce.

    • 1.2(with pastry crust)

      pastel masculine

  • 2British

    (dessert)
    postre masculine
    what's for pudding? ¿qué hay de postre?
    • don't sit there like a pudding no te quedes ahí como un pasmarote
    • In dairy desserts such as puddings and mousses, the desired texture and air content determine the type and amount of cocoa powder to be used.
    • Rarely, a patient may be limited to foods with a pudding consistency if thin and thick liquids are freely aspirated.
    • The mix should have the consistency of pudding or soft butter.
    • I went downstairs to finish working on the pudding for the dessert as Mary washed the pots and pans I had used to cook with.
    • She concentrated on her dessert, scooping slowly through the pudding.