Homemade Chocolate Pudding Recipe | Chocolate Pudding Without Oven | Eggless Chocolate Pudding | Chocolate Pudding with Cocoa Powder | 5-minute Chocolate Pudding | Easy Pudding Recipe | Chocolate Pudding Using Cornstarch | Instant Chocolate Pudding Recipe | Pudding Cake Recipe | How to make Easy Chocolate Cake | Chocolate Steamed Pudding | Quick Chocolate Pudding | How to make Chocolate Pudding Dessert | Chocolate Custard | Homemade Dessert | Chocolate Mousse Eggless | Rajshri Food Learn how to make Chocolate Pudding Recipe at home with our Chef Varun Inamdar Chocolate Pudding Ingredients: Introduction - 0:00 How To Make Mixture for Chocolate Pudding - 0:52 4 cup Milk 1/2 cup Cocoa Powder 1 cup Sugar 1/2 cup Corn Flour 1 cup Dark Chocolate How To Make Chocolate Pudding - 2:30 Cocoa Powder Mint Leaves #WorldChocolateDay #ChocolatePudding #AnybodyCanCookWithRajshriFood Visit our Website for more Awesome Recipes http://rajshrifood.com/ Download the Rajshri Food App by clicking on this link:- http://bit.ly/RajshriFood_And Host: Varun Inamdar Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited Subscribe & Stay Tuned - http://bit.ly/SubscribeToRajshriFood For more videos log onto http://www.youtube.com/rajshrifood Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rajshrifood About Chocolate Pudding Chocolate puddings are a class of desserts with chocolate flavors. Modern chocolate puddings are usually made with milk and sugar, flavored with chocolate and vanilla and thickened with starch such as flour or cornstarch. There are two main types: a boiled then chilled dessert, texturally a custard set with starch, commonly eaten in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Sweden, Poland, and East and Southeast Asia; and a steamed/baked version, texturally similar to cake, popular in the UK, Ireland, Australia, Germany and New Zealand. It is a steamed dessert that consists of flour, baking powder, sugar, whole eggs, vanilla aroma, and cocoa powder or chocolate mixed together to make a batter and steamed or baked similar to Christmas pudding. Texturally it is similar to chocolate cake, but denser courtesy of being steamed or baked with boiling water poured over the pudding batter. The U.S./Canada and Asian version is one of the most common varieties of sweet or dessert pudding served in these countries. It is usually eaten as a snack or dessert. It is also used as a filling for a chocolate pie or black bottom pie.