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Recipe of the Week: Gooey Pud with Salted Caramel Sauce

Gooey Pud with Salted Caramel Sauce

Gooey Pud with Salted Caramel Sauce

This decadent pud can be made in advance, so you can leave it to cook while you enjoy time with loved ones.

Serves 10-12
Preparation 20 minutes
Cooking 45-50 minutes
Per portion: 348 Kcal, 21g fat (13g saturated)
Suitable for vegetarians
Suitable for freezing

 

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Summer Pudding

A simply stunning dessert packed with summer goodness

Summer PuddingServes 4–6
Preparation 25 min s plus chilling
Cooking 10 mins
Per portion 306 kcals,
1g fat (0.2g saturated)
Suitable for freezing
Suitable for vegetarians

9 large slices of bread, crusts removed
110g (4oz) sugar
680g (1½lb) soft summer fruits (rhubarb, raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, stoned cherries, black or redcurrants, or a mixture of fruits)
Fruit and a sprig of mint to decorate

1 Cut bread into neat fingers.

2 Put sugar and 5 tbsp water into a saucepan and heat slowly until sugar melts, stirring. Add fruit and simmer gently for about 7–10 minutes (gooseberries and blackcurrants may take a few minutes longer).

3 Reserve a few spoonfuls of the juice.

4 Line base and sides of a 1.25 litre (2 pint) pudding basin with bread fingers. Add half the hot fruit mixture. Cover with more bread fingers. Pour in remaining fruit mixture and top with remaining bread fingers.

5 Trim any excess. Cover with a saucer or plate. Place a heavy weight on top. Chill overnight.

6 Turn out on to a plate. If there are any white patches, spoon reserved juice over them. Decorate with fruit and mint.

Variation: Autumn Pudding
Follow recipe and method for Summer Pudding. In place of soft summer fruits, use 680g (1½lb) prepared mixed autumn fruit such as blackberries, apples, pears and plums.

Recipe taken from The Dairy Book of Home Cookery, 2012 edition.

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