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Nodding Pudding
Fruit and Vegetables
Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland

Mashed potato, possibly with other vegetables, mixed with flour and butter, baked in a pie tin until it develops a crust.

The name appears to derive from 'nodden' or 'knodden', an old northcoutry version of 'kneaded'.

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