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Christmas pudding technique

By MSN NZ staff
Christmas pudding technique
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Before you start, take a look at our step-by-step tips to perfecting a mouth watering Christmas pudding.

Step 1

Rub about a 40-cm area of flour onto damp hot cloth, leaving flour a little thicker in the centre.

Step 2

Gather cloth evenly around the pudding mixture avoiding any deep pleats; pat into round shape.

Step 3

Lower pudding into boiling water; tie string ends to handles of the boiler to suspend the pudding.

Step 4

Place a wooden spoon through the knotted loops of the cloth to lift pudding from boiling water

Article from The Australian Women's Weekly

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