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Cornish Sago Pudding
Puddings and Sweet Deserts
Cornwall

Baked sago pudding with sliced apples. Known from several news references of the early 20th Century


Original Receipt from the 'North Devon Journal' - Thursday 27 July 1922

Cornish Pudding.-Take three apples, pare, core, and slice them, three tablespoonfuls sugar, half teacupful sago, and a little grated nutmeg. Mix these and put a well-buttered piedish. Pour over them enough boiling milk to nearly fill the dish. Put a little butter on the top, and bake in mode rate oven for one and a half hours.



See also: Cornish Sponge Pudding


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