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mercoledì 4 gennaio 2012

CHRISTMAS PUDDING RECIPE


INGREDIENTS:

-      500G / 1lb currants
-     500g / 1lb raisins
-       - 500g / 1lb golden raisins
-        - 500g / 1lb breadcrumbs
-         - 500g / 1lb brown sugar
-         - 250g / 8oz suet
-        -  125g / 4oz mixed peel
-        - 125g / 4oz glacé cherries chopped
-      125g / 4oz almonds chopped
-      Grated rind of 1 lemon   
-      Grated rind of 1 orange
-      1 carrot grated
-      1 apple grated
-      1 tbsp flour
-      1 tbs mixed spice
-      6 eggs
-      300ml / 10fl or guinnes
-      Pinch of salt
-      Knob of butter for greasing

UTENSILS :

-      Large bowl
-      Fork
-      Wooden spoon
-      Glass bowl
-      Circle of parchement paper
-      Sake size as bowl


METHOD
-      Mix all ingredients in a large bowl
-      Thoroughly combine all the ingredients
-      Beat the eggs into bowl , Beat them lightly with your fork
-      Add eggs and Guinnes , into dry mix
-      Combine well  with hands
-      Grease the bowl with knob of butter
-      Transfer move mix into bowl, press down lightly with fingers repeat until all mix is used up, give it a final pat to make it level
-      Cover and seal place parchment paper over mix
-      Press down and around edges
-      Place tin foil over bowl, lightly press it down with your fingers
-      Make sure you have very tight seal
-      Make a bain-marie , put bowl in saucepan
-      Pour in enough water to fill up ¾ of pan
-      Bain-marie is water bath for slow cooking
-      Place saucepan onto high heat
-      Bring water to a boil, turn down to gentle simmer
-      Allow to simmer for roughly 4hr
-      Keep topping up water every hour, remember bring back to a boil
-      Remove pudding from heat
-      Take off tin foil and parchment paper
-      Place large palte over bowl
-      Use cloths to grip plate better very carefully flip over pudding onto plate it’s now sitting upright
-      Serve
As an optional extra, ladle over some brandy

1 commento:

  1. One day or another we are going to cook it ... aren't we?

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