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Noah's Pudding Dessert Recipe
Rebecca: Noah’s Pudding is one of the oldest recipes in the world and it is now considered a food that represents love and tolerance. Hi, I am Rebecca Brayton and welcome to WatchMojo.com. And today, we will be learning how and this is pudding for piece.
Where and when did this pudding originate?
Male: This pudding is almost over 5,000 years old recipe after the flooding, prophet Noah and his companies did not have any food left at his arc and he asked his company to bring all over the fruit and whatever they have left, they brought it altogether and they cooked it and there is the Noah’s pudding.
Rebecca: And what types of ingredients are found in Noah’s pudding?
Male: It comes from different grains, fruits and nuts together and that is why we invited all people from different communities, different backgrounds, different religions, different ethnic groups to come together, to cook together then eat and talk about it.
Rebecca: Would you say this pudding is comparable to any other desserts we might recognize?
Male: It looks like rice pudding. Noah’s pudding is a little bit juicy, a little bit watery and soupy.
Rebecca: According to Turkish tradition, what is Noah’s pudding?
Male: It started many, many years ago in Turkey mostly. Every family, they are cooking at their house and distributing Noah’s pudding to their families, their neighbors so establishing really good membership, really good friendship, really good neighborhood in their environment, in their society and we brought this idea from Turkey to the North Americas.
Male: We have all ingredients here and it takes five different long process and the first process we have overnight process, we have wheat to be washed very clean and kindly. We have white beans and also chickpeas we are getting them all together putting in a hot water overnight and we are waiting till morning.
Second step we are having all wheat, chickpeas and white beans together in a hot water on the oven then we are going to make a mixture for half an hour.
The third step, we are going to put raisins and—in a hot water. For apricot, we are going to chop it into small pieces and also for the orange skin, we are adding them then we are going to wait like around 15 or 20 minutes.
After adding all of them together, we are ready to put sugar in it. So, we are going to add as a last step sugar in it then we are going to wait another 15 to 20 minutes. Before serving, we are going to put in a pot then we are going to design on it with different toppings like pomegranate and also pistachio and those are the ingredients that we choose. And also, if you want you can add another fruits and nuts in it whatever you like.