Now usually a winter variant of Summer Pudding, a basin lined with brown bread and filled with boiled mixture of fruits typically available in winter, such as glace cherries, dried apricots, chopped dates, apples, raspberries and/or blackberries, with sugar, butter and sweet spices. Covered with a further bread lid and allowed to cool.
Earlier receipts are for a variety of rich puddings suitable for service in winter.
Receipt for Winter Pudding being sold to help survivors of the SS Princess Alice, a passenger paddle steamer sunk on the River Thames with the loss of over 650 lives.
Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Saturday 21 September 1878
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