Cookbook:Eve's Pudding (Hartshorne)

Eve's Pudding (Hartshorne)
CategoryDessert recipes
Time3 hours 20 minutes

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Eve's Pudding is a rich, fruity dessert served in the evening. This recipe is an interpreted method from the original recipe in Henry Hartshorne's The Household Cyclopedia.[1]

Ingredients edit

Procedure edit

  1. Add your ingredients into a bowl, mixing until combined but not overworking your mixture.
  2. Butter your mould of choice, and sprinkle a little flour inside.
  3. Place your mixture into your mould, and place a piece of baking paper on top.
  4. Cover with a cloth, and tie to secure.
  5. Boil or steam your mixture for 3 hours.
  6. Serve hot with custard or a wine sauce.

External links edit

  • Watch English Heritage's How to Make Eve's Pudding – The Victorian Way

References edit

  1. Hartshorne, Henry (1881). The Household Cyclopedia. p. 362.

This page incorporates text from the public domain cookbook Household Cyclopedia by Henry Hartshorne.