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Batter Pudding

Puddings

Stiff batter of flour, egg and milk with spices. Boiled in a cloth and served with Melted Butter and sugar (Hammond 1819, Mrs.B, etc)


Original Receipt from 'Modern Domesic Cookery' by Elizabeth Hammond (Hammond 1819)

Batter pudding.
Take four spoonsful of flour, one pint of new milk, four eggs well beaten, a little grated nutmeg, ginger, and salt, mix the whole together, tie it in a cloth, and boil one hour: serve with melted butter, wine, and sugar.






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