The traditional Xmas puddings are a lavish amalgamation of luxurious ingredients like nuts, fruits, sweet [censored] es and syrups that blend together to create a distinctive flavor and aroma. Its prolonged cooking time contributes to its rich dark look making our bodies instinctively crave for a little bite.
Ideally Xmas puddings should be made a week ahead and stored so that the flavors have more time to be taken up by the fruit and other ingredients. Most puddings entail a lot of detail which is perfect to finish a delectable treat. A gentle [censored] y whiff of the pudding and a hint of its aroma is more than enough to conjure up Christmas.
Pudding recipes are just not as complicated as they may seem. There are more than enough varieties in them to it is up to you how complicated a recipe you want. It is possible to find a recipe that is easy and remember the flavor comes from the ingredients, so even if you don’t want to put as much fruit in it as some recipes say, just make sure you have the golden syrup or molasses and some lovely [censored] es and it will still taste delicious.
Puddings are definitely one of the most loved delicacies that your guests will crave to eat on Christmas Day. If you are going to put coins in your pudding boil them for 10 minutes first so that they are sterilized. Do not put any br[censored] or copper coins in a pudding, only silver.
To serve up your pudding, decorate it very simply with some holy and serve with brandy sauce. If you wish to serve the pudding flaming then put half a cup of brandy in a pot and heat it well then pour it on the pudding and quickly touch it with a flame.
The alcohol from the brandy should ignite straight away, but keep in mind that the flame will only last for a while as the flame will go out once the alcohol has burned away. To have a longer burning flame you could place half an egg s[censored] into the top of the pudding and pour the brandy into that which will give more depth to the liquid for burning.