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Cornish Sago Pudding

Puddings
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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