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stuckonone | 16:32 Sun 04th Nov 2018 | Food & Drink
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I have mislaid my recipe for rich Christmas Pudding which I cooked in the microwave. I am desperate.Can any one help me?

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If they're to be microwaved what's the urgency???? It's still November!
22:32 Sun 04th Nov 2018
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Tony you are an angel, I will ignore the ingredients but really wanted cooking instructions
No problem are you going to put some sixpences in or maybe theses days some 5ps?
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I never heard of putting money in a Christmas pudding, but plenty of fruit and of course Guinness. In Ireland we only put money in barm brack
Maybe it was just a thing my mum used to do.
But traditional thing here

https://www.whychristmas.com/customs/pudding.shtml
Not done in my family (didn't seem that hygenic) but well aware it was a traditional thing to do.
If they're to be microwaved what's the urgency???? It's still November!
Diddly you need to let pudding stand and "cure" a month is ok a year is better
Do not put coins in if you are going to microwave them at any point.
Lynne yes sparks would be exciting. Best place them in when cooked and after brandy is alight?
If you must, I don't like it, too sweet for me - enjoy.
A small portion will some brandy butter does no harm
No, it will do you no harm - enjoy.
Coins are not put in Christmas puddings in Ireland, as OP says, we only put coins and trinkets in barmbrack at hallowe'en, and in that we have them in either tin foil or parchment paper
Tony V - 21st century recipes for microwaveable puds don't need to "cure"!

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