Toffee Apple Pudding

Serves 4 - 6

Toffee Apple Pudding

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  • Prep Time

    minutes

  • Total Time

    minutes

  • Servings

    servings


Ingredients

  • 100

    g (4 oz) softened butter

  • Plain flour to dust

  • 6

    tbsp golden syrup

  • 4

    apples, peeled, cored and cut into small cubes

  • 100

    g (4 oz) golden caster sugar

  • Zest of 1 lemon

  • 2

    eggs, beaten

  • 125

    g (4½ oz) self-raising flour

  • 4

    tbsp milk

  • 2

    pint pudding basin that is greased with butter and lightly floured

  • Greased greaseproof paper and foil with string for securing the foil to the basin

Directions

Place a steamer onto boil then lower to a simmer ready to place the pudding in. In a frying pan melt 4 tbsp of the golden syrup with 25g (1 oz) butter letting it bubble for a few minutes then add the cubed apple pieces and cook for about 5 minutes. In a mixer beat the remaining butter, sugar and lemon zest until pale and fluffy. Beat in the eggs a little at a time until fully incorporated then fold in the flour with a large metal spoon then add the milk folding gently through before lastly adding the golden syrup and combining this through the mixture. Place all the toffee apple mixture from the frying pan into the bottom of the prepared pudding basin. Spoon the sponge mixture over the top and level off with a spatula. Place the greased greaseproof paper in a middle pleat over the top of the basin and do the same with the foil making a pleat in the middle. Tie string around the basin lip to secure the greaseproof and foil, then take the string over the top of the pudding tying down to make a handle to lift the pudding out with. Place the pudding into the waiting steamer and steam for 1½ - 2 hours. The pudding is ready when a skewer inserted into the centre of the sponge comes out clean. (Please remember to keep the steamer topped up with water so it doesn’t boil dry at all). Turn your pudding out by placing a plate over the top of the pudding basin and flip this all over. The pudding should ease out of the bowl with the delectable toffee apple sitting on the top like a golden crown, just giving a mere trickle down the sides to delight those taste buds of what’s to come! Serve with custard, crème fraiche, ice cream or clotted cream the choice is all yours for the taking


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