Translation of pudding in Spanish:

pudding

Pronunciation: /ˈpʊdɪŋ/

n

countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
  • 1 1.1 (baked, steamed) budín (m), pudín (m), pudding (m) bread and butter pudding budín or pudín de pan
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    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    1.2 (cream) chocolate pudding crema (f) or natillas (fpl) de chocolate rice pudding arroz (masculine) con leche 1.3 (with pastry crust) pastel (masculine)
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    • One point on which there is universal agreement is that it is vital to cook a rice pudding very slowly.
    • 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.
    • Of the puddings, a warm chocolate fondant with peanut ice-cream and artichoke caramel really stood out.
  • 2 (dessert) (British English/inglés británico) postre (masculine) what's for pudding? ¿qué hay de postre? don't sit there like a pudding no te quedes ahí como un pasmarote [colloquial/familiar]
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    • 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.
    • 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.

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