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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.
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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, ...
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 ...
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 ...
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
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