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microwaving pre-cooked xmas pudding

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Blinky | 17:58 Sun 20th Nov 2005 | Food & Drink
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Does anyone know the recommended time to reheat a xmas pudding in the microwave. We don't want to spend hours boiling it as it's an old one so we just want to use it up.
Can anyone help?
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By the way, it's an 800 watt microwave :0)
It might depend upon how big the pudding is but this site says you should use medium power for 8 to 10 minutes:
http://www.tafn.org.uk/cookery8.htm

Chris

Respect the pudding. Don't m/wave.


Slice the leftovers into even, thin pieces, melt some butter in a fry pan and gently warm the puding through over a medium heat. This will give a much nicer result. Serve with the usual extras. My Dad use to do this for Boxing Day breakfast!

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Thanks guys, we nuked it in the microwave in the end. 10 mins was long enough... Thanks Buenchico.
Nickmo, might have taken your suggestion if it was a really special pudding, but we wanted to set it alight too so that wouldn't have worked if we'd cut it into bits!

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