A very traditional recipe imported by our first settlers from England. Just lovely garnished with hard sauce. From the New England chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.
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This white sauce with a hint of vanilla is the perfect topping for any dessert! This simple recipe combines margarine, sugar, egg, milk and vanilla extract.
No British Christmas would be the same without the traditional and favorite Christmas pudding. There are various sauces that work well with the pudding, including this delicious, the most traditional of all, Brandy Sauce. The Christmas Pudding works really well with a boozy, rich sauce which is a perfect balance for the pudding.
English Plum Pudding aka Christmas Pudding is one of those super delicious, super impressive and super easy desserts. To Americans, the name can be fairly confusing because its not a pudding, its a cake…and there are no plums in it.
This is the perfect recipe to prepare ahead since the flavor improves as the pudding "ages." Our luscious, creamy Hard Sauce, made with rum or brandy, is the ideal accompaniment.
The pudding can be wrapped tightly in foil and refrigerated for up to four days. To serve heat oven to 350°F. Heat foil-wrapped pudding for 1 hour or until thoroughly heated. Serve with hard sauce. Garnish the pudding with orange slices, sugar-frosted cranberries and shiny lemon leaves.
Combine the molasses, butter, milk, and eggs in a mixing bowl. Next, combine the flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, and cloves in a large mixing bowl.
Hard sauce is a soft, spoonable topping meant to be plopped onto the top of warm (and the “warm” part is important) desserts like pies, pudding, cobblers, and crisps. It has a butter base, so when it hits the warm dessert, it takes its own sweet time melting and running down the sides of whatever the dessert happens to be.
The is the all-time classic sauce to slather over the traditional Christmas Pudding is a brandy sauce. A pudding already will have either brandy or rum in it depending on your taste, so a splash added to a lovely white sauce becomes a perfect partner.