Citrus Puddle Pudding
Pick n Pay - Aug 23rd, 14:41
Use your favourite citrus fruit.
⅘ cup (200g) butter, softened
¼ cup (60g) castor sugar
½ cup (65g) icing sugar
3 extra-large eggs
Grated peel of 1 lemon and 1 orange
1¼ cups (155g) cornflour
2 tsp (10ml) baking powder
1 packet (100g) ground almonds
½ cup (125ml) amasi
1 cup (250ml) citrus juice
½ cup (125ml) water
¼ cup (60ml) brown sugar
1 cup (250ml) double-cream yoghurt, for serving
Preheat oven to 180°C.
Grease a 1.2L dish.
Cream butter and sugars together until fluffy.
Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition.
Add grated lemon and orange peel and mix well.
Sift cornflour, baking powder and salt together and fold into egg mixture.
Fold in nuts and amasi.
Spoon into prepared dish.
Stir citrus juice, water and brown sugar together.
Spoon over pudding and bake for 45-50 minutes, or until set.
Serve with yoghurt.Click here for more Pick n Pay recipes
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