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Loyalist Dave
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 10:38 am    Post subject: How about a pudding cloth? Reply with quote

I have always made my boiled puddings in a cloth. I use a 24" x 24" piece of linen, and butter one side of the cloth before putting the pudding dough into the center of the buttered side, and tying the whole thing closed with a stout piece of line. After boiling, the line helps extract the pudding, and allowing the boiling water to drain as I hold the pudding over the boiling kettle. I open and transfer to a plate, and voila, a boiled pudding. Add some hard-sauce, and ready to eat! Never tried using a bag. :D

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