Christmas Pudding

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mrs bouquet

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Christmas Pudding
« on: December 14, 2018, 18:42 »
I stopped making my own a few years ago, because I started to buy them immediately after Christmas when reduced.   I have just found, in a cupboard, a super deluxe weighing 750 gms, and the date stamp is June 2017.    So I must start to use it.  (Daughter has already bought one for Christmas).
I want to cut it up into small portions (just for me  :)) and then store until I fancy a piece.   Should I cook it first, or shall I just cut it and freeze,  or let it go cold and pack in a airtight box.   I have bought little ones, which take just just 45 seconds to heat.   So your advice and tips will be much appreciated.   Mrs Bouquet
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Re: Christmas Pudding
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2018, 15:58 »
I would cut and freeze in portions

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Re: Christmas Pudding
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2018, 17:47 »
Thanks for your answer.  I shall do that tomorrow.  A tiny piece will be so quick to do in the micro wave.
I will be able to enjoy it for,   0hhhh, at least -  a couple of weeks. :D  Mrs Bouquet

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Re: Christmas Pudding
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2018, 14:25 »
Opened up that pudding today,  cor, the smell of alcohol and yumminess was lovely.   I tried to cut it up but it was very soggy.  So I shaped the portions with my hands, then lined with greaseproof,  three plastic airtight containers, and put it all in, then covered with more greaseproof.
I tried a portion, well it would be rude not to,  20 seconds in the microwave.   It was gorgeous.   :) :)  Mrs

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Re: Christmas Pudding
« Reply #4 on: December 17, 2018, 14:24 »
cream, brandy sauce or custard?


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