[Sca-cooks] Origin of pudding with a vinegar syrup?
cnevin at caci.co.uk
Fri Mar 23 07:04:16 PDT 2007
Has anyone ever heard of or knows of an English, French or Dutch pudding that includes a syrup made from vinegar? One of my friends is looking for the historical antecedents of the South African pudding recipe asynpoeding (vinegar pudding). It's similar to a self-saucing pudding, but is baked with a syrup spooned over it then served with custard. The vinegar is in the syrup not the pudding. I'm not a huge sweets person so I have no idea.
PS Thanks for all the afternoon tea suggestions - I will tell you how it goes!
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