Sunday, 16 November 2008

Indian Pudding Gets a Modern Makeover

A stint in the microwave provides a modern shortcut for Indian pudding, an old-fashioned treat that typically takes hours to cook. The iconic Thanksgiving dish is made with cornmeal, milk and molasses. ...
... PLYMOUTH, Mass. – Indian pudding has so many strikes against it. It takes a long time to cook. Its mushy brown appearance isn’t pretty. It has a politically incorrect name.
And while its main ingredients are cornmeal and milk, it also requires molasses, which people tend to love or hate.

Full Story: Old dessert gets timely twist; by BETH J. HARPAZ, on


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