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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 in 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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