Cherries in baked in an egg batter. Widely known from local reports, and sometimes associated with the county of Kent.
A cherry batter pudding
Original Receipt from 'Leamington Spa Courier' - Saturday 15 August 1891
Cherry Batter Pudding.
Cherry batter pudding is nice for a change, and is generally liked by those who are unable to eat boiled suet crust. Mix one pint of milk and three tablespoonsful of flour to a smooth paste, add 1oz. of butter (melted), a little salt, three well-beaten eggs, and stir in 1 lb. cherries (stoned). Boil for two hours, and serve with wine sauce.
For similar fruit-and-batter puddings, see:
Batter and Fruit Pudding
Cherry Batter Pudding
Derby Batter Pudding
Kentish Fruit Batter
Nottingham Batter Pudding
Tasty Batter Pudding
Tewkesbury Saucer Batters
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