Spiced Winter Pudding
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Yield: 6 servings Ready in 1 hours
Cuisine: AmericanMain Ingredient:
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|2 Red fruity herbal tea bags|
|3 ozPitted prunes|
|3 ozUnsuiphured dried apricots|
|3/4 ozChopped; preserved stem|
|7 mdSlice soft wholemeal bread;|
|2 ozSun-dried bananas|
|1/2 tsAllspice berries|
|25 flOrange juice|
|2 ozNatural glac? cherries|
|2 ozDried peaches|
|TIE IN A MUSLIN BAG|
|1/2 tsCoriander seeds|
|2 ozDried figs|
Spiced Winter Pudding Preparation
Use kitchen scissors to snip stalks off figs. Snip all fruit into cherry-sized pieces. Place all ingredients except bread into a large saucepan. Bring to the boil and simmer with lid half-on for one hour. The fruit will be soft and the juice thick and syrupy. Remove tea bags and spices. Cut bread slices in half to form strips. Dip one strip at a time into hot fruit to coat one side with the syrupy juice. Place juice-side down to line pudding basin with slightly overlapping strips. Fill with fruit mixture. Place more bread strips to cover the top, cover with clingfilm and place a plate and a weight on top. When cool, place in fridge and leave overnight. Serve with cinnamon cream. NOTES : To fit a 25fl oz pudding basin. This sinfully delicious pudding is vegan, virtually fat free and has no added sugar. It must be made at least one day in advance. If preferred hot, the pudding may be microwaved on full power for 4 minutes before turning out. If you dont want to buy all the different types of fruit, miss some out and increase the quantities of others pro-rata.
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