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Puddle Pudding

Puddings

A pudding that, after baking, separates into a flavoured sponge with a custard-type sauce around. Chocolate Puddle is a particular favourite.

The origin is unknown, but appears to be modern.

See also:
Pond Pudding
Well Pudding
Impossible Pie


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Hot Chocolate Puddle Pudding
This pudding separates into a lovely crunchy topped pudding with a chocolate custard underneath.

Ingredients
4 oz Self raising Flour
8 oz Brown Sugar
3 oz cocoa
1/4 pint milk
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
1 oz melted butter
3/4 pint hot water

Combine flour with 4 oz sugar, 2 oz cocoa, milk, essence and butter. Pour into a greased 2 ½ pt heat proof dish.
Mix together remaining sugar and 1 oz cocoa, sprinkle on top of mixture, then carefully pour water over.
Bake at 180C for 50 minutes.




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