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I'll have some dessert pudding to go with my vampire killings

April 16, 2015

If there is one thing that Castlevania and vampire hunting has taught us about food over the years, its that the series knows it all too well. So much in fact that there are more dishes than you can think of off the top of your head right now when it comes to the kinds of dishes hurled out through various Castlevania games.

Remember the pork chop inside the block wall? Yeah, that one. The one where you always smash the block wall with your whip, and a much needed pork chop just happens to be inside, waiting to be wolfed down after all that time running low on energy.

Where does that come from anyway? Who puts a pork chop inside of a wall?, and by the time you get to it, one might think it would be rotten by then. Well, it's a game I know, and there are no real boundaries to where you can get this and that in imagination land. But the food inspiration didn't stop there, oh no sir.

Castlevania moved on to other dishes, like borscht, curry, chicken legs, cakes, mushrooms, truffles, and even coffee. Yeah, you heard right. Just play Symphony of the Night. A good classic cup of coffee is sitting in there somewhere around Lord Dracula's castle.

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Out of all of these dishes however, has anyone ever thought about making a dish based on something found in any of the games? One person has, and this time it is something that you might not expect.......pudding. Wait what? Pudding? What is so special about that? Well for starters the yummy kids treat and long time dessert has seen its share of sunlight more times and in more Castlevania games than you might think.

Portrait of Ruin for starters, along with Rondo of Blood, Dracula-X Chronicles, Symphony of the Night, Dawn of Sorrow, Aria of Sorrow, and Order of Ecclesia just to name the majority of them all.

So what a better way to celebrate such an easy to make and tasty treat than to be able to make it yourself right at home! Yes, I'm actually talking about 8-bit Cuisine Castlevania pudding, the real deal itself, and Chef Jen is here to teach you how to make it right now!

Along with the following ingredients and measurements below, you'll also need a handy video to follow along to give you a helping hand in getting things started. Your stomach will thank you, and your health will be replenished, so no need to destroy any walls looking for pork chops right?

MEASUREMENTS & SERVINGS:

1/3 Cup Sugar

2 Tbsp Corn Starch

1/4 Tsp Salt

3 Eggs

3 Tbsp Butter

2 Tsp Vanilla Extract

Special thanks to Shack-News

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