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This is a recipe from the era of the First World War, which I discovered when researching the recipes for 'We That are Left'. I loved making this! It's a light and tasty way of using cooking apples, or eaters that are starting to go. It's bit like an apple soufflé. I added a little grated lemon rind to the apples for an extra zing. Lovely chilled for a summer's evening or warm as comfort food on a rainy day.

Looks too good to eat!

Pwdin Afal Pwdin Efa

Apple Pudding or Eve's Pudding

 

Ingredients 


2 ozs. 60g Plain flour

2 eggs

1 oz 30g Sugar

Approx ½ pint 284ml Milk

1 ½ ozs 40g Butter

11b 500g Stewed apple

Vanilla

Method

Melt butter in a saucepan, stir in the flour and add the milk a little at a time. Bring to the boil to make a smooth sauce. Pour into a bowl and add the sugar, a few drops of vanilla and the egg yolks. Then fold in the stiffly beaten egg whites.

Grease a pie dish, and cover the bottom with a layer of stewed apples. Pour the mixture over them and bake for three-quarters of an hour at 170c, Gas Mark 6

 

 

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Juliet Greenwood
Who Am I?

Juliet Greenwood is the author of two historical novels published by Honno Press, ‘We That are Left’ which follows the story of the women and the civilians caught up in the First World War, and ‘Eden’s Garden’, a timeslip mystery set in Cornwall and Snowdonia. Her third novel for Honno, set in a neglected mansion in Cornwall and amongst the suffragists and suffragettes in London, will be published in 2016.

As Heather Pardoe, she writes serials for ‘The People’s Friend’ story magazine and four short ‘cozy crime’ novels will shortly be published by Endeavour Press.

Juliet lives in a traditional cottage in Snowdonia, between the mountains and the sea. She loves gardening and baking, both of which have a tendency to appear in all her books!

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