Saturday, 17 January 2015

Marmalade suet pudding

It's cold. I know it is cold because Urchin has been snuggling on the bed, which only usually happens when the temperature plummets. It makes thick stews and soups very appetising. And rich, fluffy suet puddings.

This is basically Simon Hopkinson's steamed ginger sponge pudding recipe, but with all golden syrup instead of mixed syrup and treacle, and globs of my home made calamondin and cointreau marmalade instead of the preserved ginger. We had it with Laverstoke Park buffalo milk ice cream. The brandy one. Which is amazing and you should buy it if you see it.


grace said...

i'm sure i've never had anything like this, but what a treat! it looks marvelous and quite comforting. :)

Pam said...

This is definitely unique and new to me. It looks really good. And it sounds like Urchin is happy and warm.


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