Do you know how to prepare a traditional Christmas pudding? This holiday dessert is the crowning glory of Christmas dinner in England and it is quite simple to make at home.
Making Christmas pudding from scratch ensures your home will be filled with the wonderful aroma of spices for hours. Plus, you'll have plenty of time to work on other dishes as the dessert steams. Ready to get started? Check out the following tips and tricks.
How to Prepare Christmas pudding: The Essentials
The preparation of a Christmas pudding begins the night before you intend to cook it. The recipe calls for dried fruit to be soaked overnight in liquor but can use tea or water.
You won't need any fancy equipment to prepare Christmas pudding. A large mixing bowl will suffice so you can have ample space to hand mix the ingredients. The batter is then poured into a dome-shaped cooking vessel which will give it its traditional curved shape as it cooks.
Here is an epic Christmas pudding recipe from Steve's Kitchen. He covers all the basics to help you prepare an outstanding holiday dessert the whole family will love. Take a look:
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