Monday, July 21, 2014


Leafing through some British magazines yesterday, I realised it had been years since I'd made a summer pudding, so I decided to put that to rights and give the dessert a Sicilian touch by using mirtilli [whortleberries] and adding the rind and juice of an orange.  

My trusty pudding basin is bigger than the one needed for this recipe so I was expecting a right mess as I turned the pudding out but it was OK!

As the recipe is quite simple and people who like cooking can often follow instructions in the language they are learning, I've just put it on my blog for English students and you can see it here.

If you try it, I hope you enjoy this slightly Sicilian version of summer pudding!


Whispering Walls said...

Good idea - I love summer pudding and still haven't had any this year!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Thanks, WW. Hope you enjoy some soon!

CherryPie said...

looking at the photos makes my mouth water :-)

Lee said...

I love Summer Pudding, too and haven't made or had it in years.

It will have to wait, though, because it's winter here. :)

annechung said...

I love summer puddings, make it every year. Yours still look very authentic.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Wish I could send you some down the line, Cherie! Ah, well, a treat to come for you, Lee. Thanks, Anne.


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