Monday, 5 November 2012

Yummy Winter Pudding!

I love cooking!  My love of cooking and all things vintage explain my company The Nostalgic Kitchen I suppose!  Anyway I'm so busy nowadays that I don't have much time for proper baking.  I cook our tea and that's it!  Anyway I made time yesterday to make a yummy winter pudding for my family. I only remembered to take a photo of it when we had already tucked in but I think you can get the idea from the photo.

Marmalade Bakewell Tart
I got the recipe from Country Living Magazine.  Sweet pastry base baked blind then spread with marmalade and topped with an orange bakewell mixture of 175g butter, 175g sugar, 2 eggs, orange zest, 175g ground almonds and 50g self raising flour.  It took 30 mins in the oven at 180 and you had to sprinkle flaked almonds on top half way through cooking.  I was supposed to dust with icing sugar before serving but we forgot as I'd got warm think custard and thick clotted cream on the table and we just had to dive in!  It was really yummy and I think the recipe could be adapted to so many different flavours.  Lemon curd with lemon zest, cherry, blackcurrant, strawberry and even chocolate orange!  I wish I had more time for baking.  I've written to Father Christmas and asked him for some more time for Christmas!
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