Pudding is a dessert dish or savory dish. It is made from starch or dairy based desserts.
Dessert is the sweet foods such as cake, biscuits, pastries, ice cream, pies, etc. which is served at the end of the meal.
|Definition (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||A cooked sweet dish served after the main course of a meal||The sweet course eaten at the end of a meal|
|Synonyms||Sweet, curd, pastry, junket, afters||Ambrosia, morsel, plate, dainty, savoury, dish|
|Antonyms||Bitterness||Appetizer, sourness, acidity, sharpness, starter|
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|Word origin||The word pudding was originated from Middle English (denoting a sausage such as black pudding): apparently from Old French boudin ‘black pudding’, from Latin botellus ‘sausage, small intestine’.||The word dessert was originated from Mid-16th century: from French, past participle of desservir ‘clear the table’, from des- (expressing removal) + servir ‘to serve’.|
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