Plum Pudding is a dessert traditionally served on Christmas Day in England and is sometimes known as Christmas Pudding.
Plum Pudding History
Plum pudding is a type of pudding traditionally served on Christmas Day as part of the Christmas dinner. It has its origins in medieval England, and is sometimes known as plum pudding or Christmas Pudding. though plum pudding contains no actual plums but raisins. Matthew Walker Plum Pudding Ingredients: Sultanas, raisins, currants (32%), cider (11%), demerara sugar, sugar, breadcrumbs (wheat flour, wholemeal wheat flour, wheat germ, yeast, salt), palm oil, brandy (4%), glace cherries (4%) (cherries, glucose-fructose syrup, colour: anthocyanin, acidity regulator: citric acid, preservative: sulphur dioxid), rum (3%), rusk (wheat flour, salt), wheat flour, sherry (2%), almonds, walnuts, orange and lemon peel, molasses, mixed spice, salt.
. The pudding is made with many dried fruits and egg and suet, sometimes also treacle or molasses. Flavored with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, and other spices. The plum pudding is aged for a month or even a year.