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    A traditional English steamed pudding. Posted for ZWT 6

    Recipe #421396

    Traditional English dessert. This recipe is a version that is very similar to Mrs Beeton's from her famous cook book. Don't be put off by the long list of instructions, it's actually very easy! Posted for ZWT 6

    Recipe #421308

    A traditional English sweet dish. There seem to be many variations of this dish, this is just one of them. Posted for ZWT6 (cookingtime does not include cooling and chilling)

    Recipe #421182

    Traditional English baked pudding. Quick and easy to prepare. Serve with chocolate sauce or custard. Posted for ZWT 6

    Recipe #420990

    A rich and traditional English dessert, which should be served very cold. Posted for ZWT6

    Recipe #420988

    An unusual and rather rich jam tart, this is topped with a cake mixture and meringue. If you prefer you can use Blackcurrant or Raspberry jam. Posted for ZWT6

    Recipe #420945

    This has been posted for the Virtual Culinary Cruise of the British Isles and Northern Ireland. The Isle of Wight is famous for Crab Pasties, and this is Rick Stein's version.

    Recipe #394987

    My mum pulled this out of a magazine many years ago...I love them...they freeze well and are handy to grab in the morning and take to work if you don't have time for breakfast.

    Recipe #284799

    This is a good side dish, or main for veggies.

    Recipe #239336

    Delicious salad, from Good Food magazine

    Recipe #236906

    This was originally a recipe from Good Food magazine, but I didn't have any raisins or coconut, so I subbed the almonds and dates.

    Recipe #236771

    Very easy and quick...from Fresh magazine

    Recipe #221635

    This is from a free magazine at the supermarket...

    Recipe #216629

    Found this in a free magazine at the supermarket.... You can replace some of the water with red wine for extra oomph. (edit to add...I did this, and it was very nice, but I felt the wine overpowered the flavour a bit. Maybe I put too much in!!)

    Recipe #215121

    Quite a lengthy recipe, but don't be put off...it's worth the effort!

    Recipe #215009

    If you can't get the Baharat Spice Blend, you can use half and half cumin and cayenne pepper. They are good hot or cold.

    Recipe #210009

    This is from the BBC programme Ready Steady Cook, slightly adjusted. Very quick and easy to make if you've forgotten all about pudding! As it's cooked in the microwave it's not very attractive colourwise, but once it's covered in custard you can't tell the difference! :o)

    Recipe #204036

    This is from a Good Housekeeping book called Healthy Eating...very easy to make

    Recipe #203270

    Can't remember where I got this from...it might have been from someone on another web site. This is great for using up that last bit of mincemeat that's always left in the jar after you've made the mince pies! 20 Oct 08- When I made the yesterday, I sprinked the tops with brown sugar and cinnamon before I put them in the oven.....yummy!!

    Recipe #197930

    I used to make these when I was on the Slimming World plan, they were free on a green day, but I don't know if Polenta is still free, better check if you are following SW. The texture is a little "grainy"...personally I don't mind that. They are very good when fresh from the oven, after that just zap in the microwave for a few seconds to refresh them. The basic recipe is a plain muffin and then I've listed a couple of variations. I don't know what flavours of yoghurt you have in the US so use your imagination!

    Recipe #196183

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