this is a bread pudding baked in a bundt pan, filled with plums and studded with raisins, served with a soft or hard sauce. it's known at our house as the plum pudding of infamy...we doubted my mom for days when she said she was going to make it for christmas dinner...oh, how wrong we were to mock her! we were darn lucky she didn't withhold this from us. it's delicious warm, room temperature, and even cold the next day! prep and cook time does not include resting time. adapted from plum pudding murder, a novel by joanne fluke.
this will also work well using cooked chicken, chopped pecans may be subsituted for the candied walnuts and dried cranberries or craisins may be used in place of the red grapes or use both --- cooking time is chilling time, do not use fat-free mayonnaise
this is my dad's favorite pie. it's pretty easy to prepare. if you don't feel like mixing a pie crust/making your own you can buy a store bought one and just press the almonds into the crust. it is extremely rich and yummy! i don't even like cherries and
from the ultimate rice cooker cookbook. the authors specify a 6 cup rice cooker for this, but i've had no problem with my 3 cup model. this would be wonderful as a side to tandoori chicken. do not eat the whole spices. cook time includes letting the ri
this is not your father's chile relleno. it is better!!! well different, i like regular chile relleno also. also, it seems like it is harder than it is. it just has a lot of steps to it. many of the steps can be prepared ahead of time and spread out
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