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mum's bread pudding

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Serves 10

fruity,spicy bread pudding with a special ingredient, a jar of mincemeat.

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  • chuck in as much as you like of the following: bread (preferably brown wholemeal) (not fresh) I sometimes use sliced
  • milk (skimmed or semi)
  • eggs beaten with a drop of milk
  • luxury dried mixed fruit plus raisins
  • mixed spice/cinnamon
  • anything in storecupboard, e.g. jam/syrup
  • small amount of flour to bind
  • suet (beef or vegetarian) not too much!
  • jar of mincemeat (1 or 2 if you are making a big one!)
  • grated carrot


    1. soak the bread in the milk for 30mins/1 hr.
    2. squeeze out the bread
    3. mix all the other ingredients with the sloppy bread leaving the flour til last, add just enough to help bind it all
    4. lightly butter a roasting tin. Put the mixture in and smooth it down, then run a fork over it and sprinkle it with a little sugar
    5. bake in the oven fan 140 for an hour or so till browning on top. Don't overcook it or it'll dry it out. Enjoy hot or cold.

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23rd Sep, 2009
trying this one at the weekend
7th Jan, 2009
Hi JustJaki Sorry I can't really give specific ingredients as I've always just chucked in whats in storecupboard. As long as the mixture is not too dry I don't think you can go wrong if you just follow directions!!! Bruce
29th Oct, 2008
Could you please indicate some ammounts as I would love to try this but am useless at guesswork, thanks JustJaki
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