Nigella's easy sticky toffee pudding

(12 Posts)
LakeFlyPie Fri 04-Mar-16 22:38:53

Planning to make this over the weekend.
Can I bung it all in the pudding basin I use for the Christmas pudding?

The dish in the picture on her website looks like a flat pudding dish but surely that doesn't have a 1.5 l capacity

LakeFlyPie Sun 06-Mar-16 00:07:41

Worked a treat and was bloody delicious! What an unlikely method but genius grin

MyFriendsCallMeOh Sun 06-Mar-16 00:14:47

It's amazing, a bit of a leap of faith but works every time. We are in the USA and I was talking to dds orthodontist about it (the thing he remembered most about the uk was sticky toffee pudding). Next appointment I took him, his assistant and his receptionist a copy of that recipe and a tin of custard each, they were over the moon!

BikeRunSki Sun 06-Mar-16 00:15:34

Fantastic. I've just looked this up and bookmarked it. It'll make a change from my default crumble.

MyFriendsCallMeOh Sun 06-Mar-16 02:04:23

Oh yes, and I make mine in a Pyrex pudding basin, not glamorous but everyone too busy eating to notice.

Willow1979 Sun 06-Mar-16 04:54:02

Does anyone have any nice recipes for a mth old

OldandHorny Mon 07-Mar-16 08:44:31

@Willow1979: Baby food...?

Willow1979 Mon 07-Mar-16 18:50:41

Yeah sorry baby food for. 8mth old

Footle Mon 07-Mar-16 19:00:28

Willow, you need to start your own thread for you question.

Willow1979 Mon 07-Mar-16 19:13:51

How do I do that please

FetchezLaVache Mon 07-Mar-16 19:17:16

Just under where it says Topics >> Food/Recipes, you'll see "Start new thread in this topic".

FetchezLaVache Mon 07-Mar-16 19:17:39

(Towards the top of the page, I meant to add!)

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