Authentic Ginger Pudding

donna

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For those who like ginger, this is a tasty pudding. This one is from my family.

Six ounces of flour, six ounces of sugar, six eggs, eight ounces preserved ginger, one pint milk, six ounces butter; put the milk, sugar and butter into a stew pan, on the stove, and as soon as it begins to simmer, take off; put in flour and stir the whole quickly, for about three minutes; add the eggs gradually. The ginger should be cut into small pieces; grease the mould well, and pour in the batter; steam it about one hour. Serve hot, with a custard sauce, seasoned with the syrupy of the ginger.
 

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Donna. This is a very fascinating and delicious sounding recipe. This is steamed instead of baked which I find very interesting. The ingredients and cooking technique is similar to Crème Brulee. Is this steamed in a water bath? This is a recipe I certainly will be trying and I'm sure enjoying. Thank You for providing the recipe. David.
 

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