East Midlands Food

East Midlands Food

Nottingham pudding…

Remember the Mansfield gooseberry pie with the pork pie crust? Here’s another recipe that Jody Henshaw has sent me from Mansfield Museum, this time for Notttingham pudding. Sounds like just the thing now that winter is approaching…

Nottingham Pudding

6 even sized bramley apples

3 oz butter

3 oz caster sugar

6 tablespoons plain flour

3 eggs

Milk

Salt

Nutmeg or cinnamon

Peel and core the apples. Cream butter and sugar, add nutmeg or cinnamon. Fill the centre of each apple with this mixture. Place in a well buttered ovenproof dish. Blend the flour with the eggs and milk, beat to a creamy batter. Pour over the apples and bake at 350F, 180C, or Gas 4 for one and a half hours.

 
 

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A research project that looked at various aspects of food in the East Midlands, linking them with museum displays and objects in the region, and making the results available to as many people as possible in different formats.

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