How to Make Christmas Pudding | Christmas Desserts

How to Make Christmas Pudding


  • Dried cranberries 150 g
  • Raisins 150 g
  • Dates 150 g
  • Dried apricots 150 g
  • Pecan nuts 150 g
  • Crystalized ginger 150 g
  • Rosemary 2 sprigs
  • 1 clementine
  • Breadcrumbs 75 g
  • Plain flour 150 g
  • Suet 150 g
  • 1 egg
  • Milk 200 ml
  • Butter 20 g

Cooking Instructions:

  1. There are lots of Christmas desserts, but this light pudding can become your favorite. Take a large bowl and sprinkle 150 g of dried cranberries. Then, add 150 g of raisins and 150 g of finely chopped dates without pips. After that, chop 150 g of dried apricots and add them into the bowl. Next, add 150 g of chopped pecan nuts. Finely slice 150 g of crystalized ginger and add it to your dried fruit.
  2. Take 2 sprigs of rosemary, remove the stalks and finely chop the leaves. Add rosemary to dried fruit. Then, add zest and juice of 1 clementine.
  3. Next, add 75 g of good quality breadcrumbs and 150 g of plain flour. Then, add 150 g of suet. You can use butter instead of suet. Give all the ingredients a really good mix.
  4. After that, crack 1 egg and add 200 ml of milk. Mix that up.
  5. Take a heat-proof bowl for your pudding and grease it generously with butter. Place your pudding mixture into this bowl.
  6. Take a baking paper and cut a round piece to cover the bowl. Then, cover it with 2 layers of tin foil. Tie it with a string as tight as you can.
  7. Heat water in a large deep pan, the water is half way the pan and place the bowl with your pudding in it. Cook your pudding for 4 hours at medium low heat. Check every hour and top up water if it is needed.
  8. Serve this delicious pudding with cream.
Christmas Pudding Christmas Desserts Jamie Oliver
Christmas Pudding Christmas Desserts Jamie Oliver
Christmas Pudding Christmas Desserts Jamie Oliver

See: Other Desserts Recipes by Jamie Oliver

See: Other Christmas Recipes by Jamie Oliver

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