|Gooseberry Patch Christmas: Book 5|
|by Leisure Arts|
Whether you live in the city, suburbs, or rural America, you'll find yourself going 'over the river and through the woods' to a real country holid...
1 - 10 of 33 for christmas pudding-no suet
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Stir together and place in a ring pan. Steam, covered, over a pan of boiling water for 3 hours until firm. Best served hot (or reheated) with Lemon ...
Combine all ingredients. ... and butter. Vanilla or rum may be added. NOTE: This recipe is very, very old and is a Mendel family tradition at Christmas.
This was my ... few weeks before Christmas, then stored ... water and allow to cool, then re-cover with fresh greaseproof and foil and store in the basin.
Put the dry ingredients, dried fruit, candied peel and chopped almonds, if used, in a large mixing bowl and stir well to mix. Add the apples with the ...
Grind first 4 ingredients, add next five ingredients. Put into 2 dishes and steam for 3 hours. Can be frozen. Makes two large puddings. If desired, ...
Grease a 2 ... sugar, breadcrumbs & suet. Mix well ... the pudding in half & make 2 smaller puddings. Keeps up to 3 months in the fridge. Serving Size: 8
Sift flour and ... Beat eggs, add suet, brown sugar ... buttermilk. Add fruit and almonds. Steam 3 hours. Serve with your Christmas turkey and all the trimmings.
Chop the suet finely with the ... in refrigerator until Christmas. Reheat in ... deep pan with water for 2 hours. Serve with vanilla custard or hard sauce.
Mix everything in a very large bowl: Pack into wide-mouth pints, 3/4 full. Pressure can 5 pounds one hour. To serve, remove from jar. Slice. Steam by ...
Mix in order given. Wrap in cotton dish towel and boil for 1 1/2 hours. Remove from pan and cool. Bring to boil and cook for 2 minutes. Remove from ...
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