I adore Christmas Pudding and I love to make one every Year.
This year I don’t have my pressure cooker with me so I am cooking this in the oven. Will you join me?

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  1. I’ve read that Christmas puddings were traditionally started in January to be ready for the holiday at the end of the year, so the flavors keep developing over the months. You say your pudding will last til next year, so I assume I can cook the pudding at the beginning of the year and then keep it stored? Should we keep it in an airtight container? In the fridge or on the shelf? Is there anything else I’d need to do to ensure it comes out well?

  2. avoid ASDA extra special 9 month christmas pudding. 9 months in a salt griiters bucket for full crunch every bite. thoroughly revolting. i’d like to throw it in whoever produced it ugly face and then pour hot bovril down the back of their trousers

  3. Enjoyed your Christmas pud. Show again! I have made them for many years and just finished making 4, one great pudding for my family and rest to share. I use Phillip Harben’s old cookbook. Adapted to my family. This year I had a couple of cups left and hated to waste all that goodness. Threw it in the frying pan and oh my! That will be planned for next year! Merry Christmas!

  4. I’m going to try this at Christmas Steve. Need something we’ve never had, and I’m branching out, because it gets old doing the same thing every year. ❤

  5. Hello steve! I’ve watched multiple of your McDonalds videos. Like the chips, nuggets, etc. May i ask you a question, are you Australian? I see the brands you use i use, and the eggs you use ( a brown shell ) I use. I’m from Perth, Western Australia. So i’m just wondering. I love your videos and I subscribed. I also have another question on your McNuggets video. Thanks, have a good day.

  6. I always thought it was interesting how pudding in the UK means a spongy type cake-like thing and in America pudding means a kind of custard-like thing. lol I’ve never tried the UK type pudding though I think I might give it a try this year. Thanks for the recipe.

  7. I made the Pudding last Tuesday according to your recipe and it looks and smells AMAZING! I gave it its first Brandy feeding yesterday and wrapped it up. I tagged you in my Instagram posts. I do have a question, when I Re-steam the pud for service, should I put it back into the basin or leave it in the parchment paper/ tin foil wrapper and steam it that way? Thanks so much for a great recipe!

  8. You are so close to 200k. I started watching you at 50k subs! I’ve also shown my dad a few recipes and he used them! Most of the time they are marvellous and he tweaks them slightly!

  9. Hi Steve, Is my hubbies homebrew stout, local enough. LOL. ? & Do you give yours several brandy drinks between now & Christmas. ? Take care, & Happy weekend. ❤🙂🐶

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