MasterClass Non Stick Pudding Steamer with Recipe Leaflet in Gift Box, Robust Carbon Steel, 2 Litre, Black

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MasterClass Non Stick Pudding Steamer with Recipe Leaflet in Gift Box, Robust Carbon Steel, 2 Litre, Black

MasterClass Non Stick Pudding Steamer with Recipe Leaflet in Gift Box, Robust Carbon Steel, 2 Litre, Black

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Cover the pudding in a foil ‘tent’ to capture the steam and cook for around 1hr 30 minutes to 1hr 45 minutes on medium heat (180°C/350°F/gas 4) or to the recipe's instructions. Step 3 - Cut a large square of aluminium foil and cut a slightly smaller square of baking paper. Place the baking paper on top of the aluminium foil and make a pleat by folding a crease in the centre of both the paper and the foil. This gives the pudding room to expand during cooking.

Take a large sheet of aluminium foil and a piece of buttered greaseproof paper about the same size. Make a pleat by folding a crease in the centre of both the paper and the foil.You will need some specific equipment when it comes to steaming a pudding to ensure you get a perfectly steamed pudding each time. You will need: Step 6 - Make a handle for the pudding by threading a double length of string through the string already tied around the pudding. Pull it through to the other side and secure.

Make a handle for bowl by threading a double length of string through the string already tied around the pudding. Pull it through to the other side and secure. The pudding is now ready to go into the pan. Cook according to the recipe instructions. Do not overfill the steamer with the mixture as it expands during cooking and will become difficult to remove. Step 7 - Place the pudding into a saucepan and fill the water level to half way up the basin. The water level should not drop down to less than 1/4 way up the pudding basin. The only thing I don't like about my steamer is that it doesn't have different molds with shapes and designs. Sometimes I want my pudding to have a more fancy look. You might want to keep that in mind when shopping for one.

Cooking ideas and tips for using your pudding basin

As well as plum pudding. Treacle my favourite, jam (jelly), cherry and chocolate can all be on top of a suet sponge. Terrible for arteries but delicious! First and foremost, don't overfill the pudding basin. Leave a 2-3cm gap between the mixture and the rim. You can learn how to steam a pudding by watching our video above, which shows how to prepare a pudding basin, and how to create a pleat and tie it securely before steaming it in a large pan. We’ve got the method listed below for you too.



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