Mix the coffee with
1/2 deciliter water. Mash 3 bananas, mix with the coffee and the liqueur.
Divide into three portions. Put the first portion on the bottom of three
glasses, add a tablespoon sugar, and a few tablespoons yogurt. repeat
this process twice, decorate with the sliced banana.
Mix the cubes of cake with the raisins and the candied
cherries. Beat the eggs and the egg yolks with the sugar and the vanilla
sugar, beat in the milk and the cream, pour over the cake mixture. Stir
all well together, let is sit for 15 minutes. Put the mixture in a baking
tin, bake 1 hour at 160 degrees Celsius.
Several sources differ about the origin of this dessert.
Some say it is American; but they probably refer to an article in the
Time Magazine, describing the political mess in the United States
in the 1920s, which is interesting but not edible. Some say it is German,
which is not surprising as "Kabinett Pudding" sounds very German. But
as most state it is British, I also stuck to that origin.