Why does my bread pudding fall?

Zhuo Zi asked:

Hi all. I made a bread pudding in the oven last week and baked it for an hour until it was brown and rounded on top. However, after I took it out, it did not take long for it to droop back into the pan. How can I avoid this?

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May 10, 2009

David from SEM Labs @ 3:46 pm #

I cooked this quite a lot as a kid. I think it was baking soda that stopped it flopping. Try a Google.

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May 12, 2009

LINDA G @ 8:45 am #

If it's good, don't worry about it.

May 13, 2009

sallie_freeman @ 7:42 am #

there could be a number of reasons,the oven is to hot which means when it comes out of the oven the middle is not done which causes it to fall,however it will fall a little even if cooked properly,you can also try setting the pan in a shallow pan with water this will help it cook evenly.good luck

May 15, 2009

Reva P @ 9:08 am #

You can't. That's precisely what it's supposed to do.

It puffs up in the oven, but once you remove that heat source, it deflates to it's normal shape and texture.

March 19, 2010

anthony from personlized gifts @ 9:13 am #

No problem, That's precisely what it's supposed to do.!!!

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