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Place in a steamer over boiling water or alternatively, use a large saucepan with a trivet or an upturned heat-resistant saucer. As you can see from the recipe, its not that hard at all. In a pot large enough to fit your pudding bowl/streamer place an old saucer upturned on the base of the pot. I squished it into the middle of the raw pudding mix in the basin then steamed the whole thing for 7 hours. Small Christmas balls taste awesome and makes a wonderful after dinner dessert.
Skip to main navigation Skip to category navigation Skip to content Skip to Trolley Skip to Search Checkout Checkout Below min. Fold in half then make a pleat. Alcohol isnt your thing? Then please feel free to replace the quantity of alcohol with orange juice or water. For best results steam. Waitrose didnt send me one! *sniff* Reply Johanna GGG says December 5, 2010 at 11:29 am interesting to hear about the pudding I had wondered if they were just about the orange or had other interesting flavours I have only heard about them because E reads the british papers but am curious about if there will be similar recipes that make their way into UK cooking mags and cookbooks in years to come or if it will be all forgotten after this year. Reply karen says November 30, 2014 at 5:47 am Just bought two plus the smaller clementime one here at Coles in Australia-thought I would check our price against the Waitrose one and couldnt believe what you are paying over there I paid $18 which is about ten pounds sterling not the fifteen you are being charged. Me? I’d like to go back to a time when Heston meant services and a nice greasy breakfast and the only thing hidden inside a Christmas pudding would be pocket money… Hidden orange pudding Related Content Stir up Sunday: can a gluten-free Christmas pudding be this easy? Delia's Christmas cake is stirring up trouble Heston Blumenthal's heaven and hell From Morecambe and Wise to The Office: ten best Christmas Specials Serves 10 – have ready a buttered 1 litre/2 pint pudding basin, baking paper, foil and string Preparation time – 2 days For the candied orange: 1 orange 1 litre of water 1 kg white sugar cinnamon stick 1 tbsp marmalade For the pudding: 550 mixed dried fruit (raisins, sultanas, currants and mixed peel) 1 grated carrot 1 grated Bramley apple 100ml ale 3 eggs 1 tbsp black treacle 115g dark brown sugar 115g plain flour (sifted) 1 tsp mixed spice 115 g ground almonds 115g suet To candy the orange, pierce it several times with a skewer then boil it in the water for 30 minutes to soften.
Place the candied orange in the centre of the bowl and add the remaining pudding mixture so it is buried inside. I use whisky as my alcohol of choice in thepudding. Ive been lucky enough to be sent one and while I admit I did toy with the idea of flogging it on eBay but have decided to share it with friends next week as our Whisky Pudding for Christmas Day is currently maturing. Place the basin on a microwaveable plate.; Steam - From Ambient. This information is supplied for personal use only. Do not reheat once cooled Microwave From Chilled/Ambient Microwave Cooking Instructions: Microwave ovens vary.Refer to handbook Remove outer packaging. d23ee43039
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