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Official Christmas Recipe Thread!
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Although I haven't made Christmas dinner for YEARS, I'd like to see what your annual favorites consist of.

Thinking about what my Medieval Mom used to make.. plum pudding and mince meat pie.

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What do you make only at Christmas? Do you carry on what your mother made, or have you made your own?

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I love plum pudding Daydream1
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I love plum pudding Daydream1

Well!!! It had a lovely lemon sauce over it, but no one cared to carry on that tradition. I do have a brother who picked up on the currant tarts but no takers on the pud. I've done a variation with just cranberries. It was the citron that turned everyone off, that's my guess. And a bit too much molasses. Maybe I should modify for taste.


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I love plum pudding Daydream1

Well!!! It had a lovely lemon sauce over it, but no one cared to carry on that tradition. I do have a brother who picked up on the currant tarts but no takers on the pud. I've done a variation with just cranberries. It was the citron that turned everyone off, that's my guess. And a bit too much molasses. Maybe I should modify for taste.

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Experimentation being the ticket that leads to a good pud.. I like cranberries as well, so more than likely would appeal to me Daydream1

I love tarts too, just about all deserts except anything with grapefruit Naughty
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Penelope Lane  Wrote: (12-03-2019 02:23 AM)
Well!!! It had a lovely lemon sauce over it, but no one cared to carry on that tradition. I do have a brother who picked up on the currant tarts but no takers on the pud. I've done a variation with just cranberries. It was the citron that turned everyone off, that's my guess. And a bit too much molasses. Maybe I should modify for taste.

Daydream1

Experimentation being the ticket that leads to a good pud.. I like cranberries as well, so more than likely would appeal to me Daydream1

I love tarts too, just about all deserts except anything with grapefruit Naughty

oh noooes!! no grapefruit sorbet!!

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I was thinking of just trying a bunch of dried fruits, and picking the ones I like the best, provided they work together, and also various nuts. Make a trail mix first, snack on that adjust as necessary, then use the same for a pud.

Like apricots and sour cranberries, and dried cherries, and almonds. Or dried apples, and walnuts or some other more pleasant ingredients than citron and maraschino cherries, which I also despise.

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For that I would make a lovely standing root veg pie. I did a pot pie a couple of years ago, ALL veg, and it was AWESOME. The standout of the feast.


Making a standing pie would be so English and nostalgic.

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Speaking of veg, what protein do you associate with your feast? I made gigantic crab legs last year, because that can be easily apportioned for a couple of peeps. I'm talking actual family sized feast.

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I was thinking of just trying a bunch of dried fruits, and picking the ones I like the best, provided they work together, and also various nuts. Make a trail mix first, snack on that adjust as necessary, then use the same for a pud.

Like apricots and sour cranberries, and dried cherries, and almonds. Or dried apples, and walnuts or some other more pleasant ingredients than citron and maraschino cherries, which I also despise.

I might do some pancakes with blueberries thrown in [Image: battre.gif]

Last time I bought freeze dried tangerines and strawberries and blended then into the mix.

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Tangerine protein pancakes

I have been bursting to share these Tangerine Protein Pancakes with you guys! I added them to the Best of Healthy Seasonal Recipes because I am so in love with them and I know you will be too. Not only are they naturally gluten-free but they have 9 grams of protein each. And they are made from totally normal ingredients like oats and eggs and one of my favorite seasonal ingredients for the winter: tangerines!





https://www.healthyseasonalrecipes.com/t...-pancakes/

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Tangerine protein pancakes

I have been bursting to share these Tangerine Protein Pancakes with you guys! I added them to the Best of Healthy Seasonal Recipes because I am so in love with them and I know you will be too. Not only are they naturally gluten-free but they have 9 grams of protein each. And they are made from totally normal ingredients like oats and eggs and one of my favorite seasonal ingredients for the winter: tangerines!





https://www.healthyseasonalrecipes.com/t...-pancakes/

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That's a great Christmas Breakfast idea Pud... awakening to pancakes and soft background music and fresh snappy brewed coffee.





Do you have any evening pud recipes?

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Here's something that has ALWAYS bugged me about so called "plum pudding." There are NO plums in the recipe, so it's a misnomer, and that bugs me.

Since the other half of my heritage is Norwegian maybe I should take up the mantle and make REAL plum pudding.. dried plums = PRUNES.

This will be a "go to" for the mature crowd.


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NORWEGIAN PRUNE PUDDING
1 c. dried prunes
1 3/4 c. water
1 c. sugar
3 tbsp. cornstarch
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/8 tsp. salt
1 1/4 c. water
3 tbsp. butter
3 tbsp. lemon juice
Pour 1 3/4 cups water over prunes. Cover and cook until soft. Cool and drain, reserving prune liquid. Chop prunes and add to liquid.
Combine sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon and salt in saucepan. Gradually add 1 1/4 cups water and prune mixture. Bring to boil, stirring constantly. Simmer uncovered 15 minutes. Add butter and lemon juice. Pour into serving dishes. Chill. Serve with whipped topping or cream. Serves 6.

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I sure do like prunes also, in moderation due to risk factor Anon

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the traditional Christmas dessert of my family

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make a HUGE bowl!!!

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