Cliff's Bread Pudding
This is a firm favourite within my family...I have made it like this for several decades....It is full of calories so the food police won't like it much...But everything in moderation is what I say.
MethodBreak bread into small pieces and put into a large bowl, add milk and soak for about half an hour. Use a fork or masher to mash the bread into a smooth paste. Add the sultanas, Suet, Dark sugar, mixed spice and eggs and mix well. Put mixture into a buttered baking tin; I use one that measures 12 inches by 10 inches. Grate the nutmeg all over the top of the mixture and bake in the oven at 180'c (160'c fan) for between one hour and one and a half hours...Don't let the top burn!! Allow to cool and dust with the caster sugar.
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