|by Jenny Stacey|
For generations, steaming has been recognized as a traditional method of cooking, but only recently has it been fully appreciated as a very health...
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Combine and mix ... cover tightly and steam for 3 hours. ... vanilla 1 egg, beaten Beat all together until creamy and pour over the pudding when serving.
Cream butter add ... in molds and steam for 4 to ... when needed. Reheat pudding which will take ... add boiling water and cook and lastly the lemon juice.
The heat of ... While sponge cakes and Angel Food cakes require a slow oven (250-300 degrees). Fruit cakes require even a slower oven (200-250 degrees).
Mix all together in large saucepan. Cover with foil and steam for 3 hours.
Combine and mix well. Fill well greased molds not more than 2/3 full. Cover tops with aluminum foil and steam for 2 hours.
Cream first 3 ... water. Cover to steam and boil for ... salt. Stir by a slow steady stream into the milk and stir constantly until thick (do not boil).
Cream butter, add ... dry ingredients and fruit. Grease 2 quart mold and steam for 1 1/2 ... Fold in 1 stiffly beaten egg white. Add 1 cup fruit or jam.
Preheat oven to ... to dredge the fruit. Mix sugar, ... water. Cover and steam for 3 hours. ... to cook the pudding in greased and ... of time and steamed for about 3 minutes to reheat before serving.
This is a steamed pudding recipe from my ... raisins Assorted candied fruits, 1 c. ... cheese cloth and steam for 2 hours ... pudding and sprinkle with nutmeg.
In a large ... cloves. Soak candied fruits and raisins in ... a large kettle, steam pudding in boiling water ... pudding and ignite slice and serve with sauce.
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