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LH: 81 Easy Steamed Pudding

How to make a traditional steamed pudding

This website and podcast is devoted to living closer to our food – through canning, fermenting, growing or connecting with our food on some level.

That connection can include making something delicious from scratch.

Well, the holidays are a perfect time to do just that while also carrying on family traditions.

In this week’s episode, I talked all about making traditional steamed puddings, what makes them so special and why you should give it a try.

Now, if you know nothing about steamed puddings, let me tell ya…

They are NOT like fruitcake or custards. Not even close!

They ARE like rich, super-moist cake or tea bread that melts in your mouth like a souffle. If you have never had one, you are in for a treat!

I share my family’s top two favorite recipes with tips and tricks for making a steamed pudding even if you don’t have a fancy steamer mold.

 

You’ll Learn:

  • What is a steamed pudding
  • Why you really should try this
  • How to make it with or without a traditional mold
  • The secret to never messing up the steam part
  • How to do it once, with double the benefit
  • Two absolutely delicious recipes to try

Resources & Links Mentioned:

Steam Pudding Mold*

Fuyu vs. Haychiya Persimmons – article

 

Transcript:

Click here for the full transcript for Episode #81

 

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About the Author:

Theresa Loe is the founder of Living Homegrown® and the Canning Academy® and is the Co-Executive Producer & Canning Expert on the national PBS gardening series, Growing A Greener World®. Theresa homesteads on just 1/10th of an acre in Los Angeles with her husband, two teenage boys and several disorderly but totally adorable chickens. Learn more about Living Homegrown here and about the Canning Academy here.