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Historic Pudding Recipes

 

English Puddings have a rich and varied history. Earlier puddings often combine sweet and savoury ingredients. This influence can be seen in such products as Mincemeat and the incorporation of Suet in the traditional Christmas Pudding. Historic puddings recipes provide scope for personal interpretation, the actual recipes not always giving exact descriptions.

 

Orange Pudding   (1764) English Housewifery Exemplified, by Elizabeth Moxon  A book...

Ingredients Mix six ounces of grated bread the same quantity of currants suet shred...

Barley Pudding   Sir Kenelm Digby (July 11, 1603 – June 11, 1665) was...

Queen Mab's Pudding   Named after the Queen of the Fairies, this pudding is an very creamy...

Rasberry Pudding   Hannah Wolley (born 1623) was one of the most successful...

Almond Pudding   Hannah Wolley (born 1623) was one of the most successful...

Alma Pudding Steamed pudding of dried fruit, currants, sultanas, in cake mixture 'The Book of...

A Sagoo Pudding     (1764) English Housewifery Exemplified, by Elizabeth...

White Puddings   Sir Kenelm Digby (July 11, 1603 – June 11, 1665) was...

Apple Fritters   (1764) English Housewifery Exemplified, by Elizabeth Moxon A...

Pear Pudding   1669 The Closet Of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened  ...

Rice Pudding   (1672) The Queen-like Clofet or Rich Cabinet by Hannah...