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Cherry Batter Pudding

Puddings
Kent

Cherries in baked in an egg batter. Widely known from local reports, and sometimes associated with the county of Kent.


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
Duffield Pudding
Kentish Fruit Batter
Nottingham Batter Pudding
Tasty Batter Pudding
Tewkesbury Saucer Batters



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