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Malmesbury Pudding
Puddings and Sweet Deserts

A form of Well Pudding made with a soda-raised sweet suet paste filled with a butter, sugar and lemon mixture. Known only from a J.Salmon.'County' cookbook, and probably spurious.

Other types of Pond Pudding include:
Blackeyed Susan
Kentish Well Pudding
Malmesbury Pudding
Sussex Pond Pudding




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