I blogged about my attempt to make these a few weeks back, but that first attempt was a bit of a failure, coz I got the temperature wrong (had brought the batter to friend's place and forgot to bring the recipe book, so didn't know what temperature to bake it at), and the entire pudding was cooked, so no molten centres. Very embarrasing, especially when you have announced that these are Molten Centres.
So, I was rather pleased with my 2nd attempt. As you can see, the centres are molten, and thes are so deliciously easy to make, and quite a visual treat to see them rising in the oven. I guess the principle is that you bake it in a really hot oven, so the outsides are baked quickly, before the insides realise that they are also in a hot oven, and have time to cook.
The batter takes all of 8 minutes to whip up, okay, maybe 15 la, including sifting, measuring, and folding..... anyone looking for one piece de resistance dessert to whip up in a short time should really memorise this recipe.