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  • when I was a kid, there wasn't a lot of spam money in our house to spend on fancy ingredients.

  • But Mom was brilliant at what she did.

  • Let me tell you so we had a really tasty, hearty food.

  • Great cakes, amazing puddings, all made with the freshest ingredients.

  • That's right.

  • Is that Yes.

  • Let's get this show on the road.

  • We're cooking the kind of food I'm always dished up, starting with a family favorite steam date pudding with a glorious butterscotch source.

  • They weren't cool desserts in those days with no students.

  • Weddings.

  • Now a sieve flour, would you?

  • I'll chop here.

  • Shannon, chop those blades, please.

  • There was a fever.

  • It wasn't it.

  • Amazing certain.

  • Okay, It's almost like an old fashioned desert.

  • Wasn't anything, and everything was sort of steam.

  • You had jam roly poly.

  • So the zest of the orange makes that really nice and fragrant.

  • Sort of helps that richness of the suit.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah, Branch of green.

  • This is such an easy recipe.

  • Yes.

  • Looks fantastic on the table on, then Trickle trickle in.

  • There's some coin.

  • Magical about a spoonful of treacle.

  • We had them in there.

  • Please.

  • Thank you.

  • Don't crack an egg.

  • Lightly whisk.

  • It makes that into the milk when they pour in the egg in the milk.

  • Would you give that little mix up, please?

  • Yep.

  • Thank you.

  • Yours.

  • Listen slow.

  • Don't go too fast.

  • You see, I always just think that it was an old fashioned desert steamed putting.

  • Do you remember me?

  • Something around your knees trying to sort of get in there.

  • So you like to lick the bowl?

  • You over lightly grease mold was willing to help you, but not with the washing up.

  • Some things never cheat was allergic to the soap is your excuse.

  • Couldn't enjoy this Tonight.

  • One looks delicious.

  • Paper goes on.

  • So the secret behind the parchment paper Let's keep it nice and tight.

  • Tight T yet way are good.

  • Hey, push my hand tightly.

  • Cover with foil on placing a pan of water and let it steam for around two hours with a lid on.

  • You only wash up court.

  • This is for once.

  • Mr Oh, dear goodness.

  • You like that smash, Mom, You handed it to him and he dropped it.

  • Come on.

  • Whilst mom forces me to break the habit of a lifetime D'oh!

  • Thought you washing up?

  • It does that.

  • Here's how to make an amazing butterscotch source to serve with the pudding butter into a pan, brown sugar, golden syrup and a pinch of salt.

  • I've been in the seeds, okay, melted, combined over medium heat, stirring the cream and simmer until thickened.

  • Okay, that's a taste of my childhood in a jug right there.

  • And it will keep in the fridge for a week.

  • Mmm.

when I was a kid, there wasn't a lot of spam money in our house to spend on fancy ingredients.

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Steamed Date Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce | Gordon Ramsay

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/15
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