7 or 8 layers of very thin paste sandwiched with treacle or golden syrup flavoured with lemon. Boiled.
'Young England' was a paternalistic Tory political movement early in the reign of Queen Victoria.
Original Receipt in 'A Shilling Cookery for The People' by Alexis Soyer (Soyer 1845);
354. Young England Pudding.-Make some paste, No. 319, roll and lay it in a basin; then roll about seven or eight very thin pieces the size of the bason; then get a pound of treacle, or golden syrup, and pour a little on the paste, squeezing a little lemon juice, and chop up the rind of a lemon, and sprinkle a little over; add the other pieces of paste, and then the treacle and lemon until full. Boil in a cloth for one hour, and serve with some treacle over.
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