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Lyme Bay Christmas Pudding Wine 75cl

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Put a plate over the top of the casing and turn the plate and casing over. Wait a minute or so, or until you feel the pudding come free. Next, beat your eggs lightly and pour about a third into your beaten butter and sugar mixture, along with a heaped dessertspoonful of your sifted flour mixture. Griffin, Matt (10 December 2013). "From the archives: Making a record-breaking Christmas pudding at the Royal Albert Hall, 1931". www.royalalberthall.com . Retrieved 11 May 2022. Gary Cleland (24 November 2007). "Home-made Christmas puddings die out". The Telegraph. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022 . Retrieved 30 December 2010.

If you want to make individual Christmas puddings for gifts, this quantity makes eight 175ml pudding basins. Steam for 3 hours, then resteam for 1 hour before serving. They look pretty wrapped in baking parchment and muslin and tied with attractive bows and tags. It was in the late Victorian era that the 'Stir up Sunday' myth began to take hold. The collect for the Sunday before Advent in the Church of England's Book of Common Prayer begins with the words "Stir up, we beseech thee, O Lord, the wills of thy faithful people; that they, plenteously bringing forth the fruit of good works...". This led to the custom of preparing Christmas puddings on that day which became known as Stir-up Sunday, associated with the stirring of the Christmas pudding. [21]Breadcrumbs: traditional in any Christmas pudding. Breadcrumbs were used as a cheaper alternative to pad out the Christmas pudding out in t'olden days. Adding breadcrumbs gives a denser quality to this Mulled Wine Christmas Pudding which gives it its rich texture. It was not until the 1830s that a boiled cake of flour, fruits, suet, sugar and spices, all topped with holly, made a definite appearance, becoming more and more associated with Christmas. In her bestselling 1845 book Modern Cookery for Private Families, [14] the East Sussex cook Eliza Acton was the first to refer to it as "Christmas Pudding". Orange and lemon: we use all of the zest and juice from both. This ensures a lovely citrus twang throughout our Mulled Wine Christmas Pudding.

As you can see from the picture above, the mixture will curdle a little so don't worry, that's all part of the plan. Brie is not easy, but gentle low-tannin reds such as Beaujolais or reds from the south of France work. Basics [ edit ] A traditional bag-boiled Christmas pudding still showing the "skin" Christmas pudding


This pudding will store well for 5 days if refrigerated and kept in an airtight container. If you made your Mulled Wine Steamed Pudding in a plastic pudding basin, simply press on the lid. We asked more than 70 consumers to taste and rate 10 traditional-style premium Christmas puddings from supermarkets including Aldi, Lidl, Tesco and Waitrose. For cheese-loving wine purists, the best course is to serve one cheese with a perfectly matched wine. Some cheeses react with some wines to give weird flavours, and it's almost impossible to find a single wine that will pair well with all the different cheese styles on a random cheeseboard. White wines (or gently sweet wines) often match better than reds. Whether you're eating baked beans, spag bol or chilli con carne, discover more food and wine bedfellows in: Matching food and wine: the A-Z of wine pairings. Well, this is precisely why I’ve come up with a very Christmassy, citrus and spicy, mulled wine topped, alternative Christmas pudding!

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