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Steamed Jam Puddings


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Ingredients

12 piece(s)

  • 150 g sugar
  • 150 g Butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tsp vanilla essence
  • 160 g SR flour
  • Raspberry jam to taste
  • 6
    2min
    Preparation 2min
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    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place
    sugar into TM bowl and mill for 10
    seconds
    on speed 10.



    Add
    butter and mix for 10 seconds on speed 6.



    Add
    remaining ingredients except jam and blend for 15 seconds on speed 5.



    Dollop
    some raspberry jam into the base of each of 12 silicone cup cake moulds. Divide
    batter between moulds on top of jam, place into Varoma dish and tray.



    Pour
    1Litre of water into TM bowl, set Varoma into position and steam for 25 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed
    2
    .



    Turn
    out onto plate to serve and add whipped cream, ice cream or custard.

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  • So soft  i added a teaspoon

    Submitted by MoizD68 on 19. July 2016 - 21:31.

    So soft 

    i added a teaspoon of Nutella next to the jam

    so yum

    Would be nice with marmalade or apricot jam. I'm going to try marmalade and Nutella next

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  • Just like my Nan's!...

    Submitted by Decembergirl on 16. October 2015 - 22:06.

    Just like my Nan's!

    I made these tonight, and was instantly transported back to my childhood. They were fabulous, light and fluffy. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  •  I ade these and they are

    Submitted by katyoung04 on 22. July 2015 - 12:12.

     I ade these and they are great, i used left over jam that i had made

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  • Nice recipe. I like to made

    Submitted by Mscruse on 28. February 2015 - 16:46.

    Nice recipe. I like to made slightly bigger ones.

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  • these are on the menu

    Submitted by amanda orsum gargula on 29. January 2015 - 17:22.

    these are on the menu tonight! thankyou Amanda

    Amanda Gentle stir setting

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  • I followed the recipe

    Submitted by Flaegel on 6. September 2014 - 20:33.

    I followed the recipe exactly. Maybe my eggs were a bit big because there seemed like loads of mix and my puddings rose up against the veroma lid.  But no problem - just quickly shook the condensation off a couple of times and...

    ... They were perfect!!!!! Seriously good for being so easy. I might try with lemon butter and lemon essence next time for a change.  Thanks for this easy recipe  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • so easy and yummy.

    Submitted by MoizD68 on 7. August 2014 - 22:15.

    so easy and yummy. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I just wondered if you use

    Submitted by youngsinoz on 25. May 2014 - 12:20.

    I just wondered if you use individual silicon moulds? I found that 2 six moulds dont fit in varoma...... Thanks so much! xx

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  • I made them with some drained

    Submitted by Kirboxx on 20. April 2014 - 22:15.

    I made them with some drained tinned blackberries in the bottom and they were delicious. I am going to try it with cherries next time.

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  • Very nice...I made them with

    Submitted by McCubbinMama on 2. March 2014 - 19:40.

    Very nice...I made them with blackberry jam which was nice.

    i left them in the varoma for quite a while before eating and they were still yummy but probably would have been better and more moist if we had eaten them straight away.

    thanks for the recipe they are really nice.

     

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  • Just made some and need to

    Submitted by LibbyG on 10. January 2014 - 15:47.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Party Just made some and need to hide from my boys!!!! Had to add a little milk as the mixture was too thick. Made 1/2 with jam and 1/2 with maple syrup! will make again!!!

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  • Delicious recipe,  used fresh

    Submitted by Squidlet09 on 9. January 2014 - 23:26.

    Delicious recipe,  used fresh blueberries and it worked really well and was amazing served with more blueberries and cream  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Delicious! Easy!

    Submitted by KellyLynne on 22. October 2013 - 22:00.

    Delicious! Easy!

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  • delicious, easy, I made half

    Submitted by KellyLynne on 22. October 2013 - 21:59.

    tmrc_emoticons.) delicious, easy, I made half the batch and I recommend cooking for full 25 minutes. It works with apricot jam and also with burnt fig jam. 

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  • WOW! So very easy and yummy,

    Submitted by CookaT on 15. September 2013 - 19:23.

    tmrc_emoticons.) WOW!

    So very easy and yummy, I used golden syrup instead of jam. Big hit in our house! Even with a fussy Miss 5...

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  • Made Stawberry Jam earlier

    Submitted by SMellows on 14. August 2013 - 21:17.

    Made Stawberry Jam earlier today and used some of it in these puddings - was delicious, so quick and easy, Thank you

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  • These are a great quick easy

    Submitted by Josephinecooks on 2. August 2013 - 17:19.

    These are a great quick easy treat.

    i halve the recipe, use 4 small coffee cups, make 1 jam for daughter, and the rest golden syrup. I do place a sheet of greese proof paper over them, just under the lid to catch the condensation.

    Delicious  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • What a great tasting, easy

    Submitted by kangablue on 24. June 2013 - 20:54.

    What a great tasting, easy dessert this was. I made them and added a lemon custard to serve. The whole family loved them  Cooking 7

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  • These were super easy......

    Submitted by sim72 on 13. June 2013 - 23:43.

    tmrc_emoticons.D These were super easy...... except I struggled with the top of the puddings in the top tray touching the lid. Also, should you cover the puddings as there is so much steam/condensation to stop them from being soggy? I used gluten free flour to as a test for a coeliac colleague... and they were still yummy. My jam was TM made strawberry jam also. tmrc_emoticons.;)  

    Simone tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • Loved loved loved this one!

    Submitted by Serena21 on 23. May 2013 - 19:53.

    Loved loved loved this one! Just like my mother in laws non-thermomix recipe, will definetly be making again and again and again

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  • Can these be frozen ??? My

    Submitted by Jaqui on 25. January 2013 - 15:34.

    Can these be frozen ??? My hubby is the only one to eat them , or is it better to freeze the mixture before cooking ??? Thanks for the recipe.

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  •   So easy to make, I put stew

    Submitted by gtmeade@bigpond.com on 30. September 2012 - 17:28.

      So easy to make, I put stew apple at the bottom of my puddings tmrc_emoticons.)  The hubby loved them thank-you

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  • So easy. So yum. Great

    Submitted by Rosmitchell1000 on 10. September 2012 - 05:03.

    So easy. So yum. Great recipe. 

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  • Have made these before and

    Submitted by Milly on 13. August 2012 - 00:29.

    Have made these before and we're a real hit in my family 

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  • Easy and fabulous!!!

    Submitted by KarenAnneIrving71 on 14. July 2012 - 19:57.

    Easy and fabulous!!!

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  • These are delicious and so

    Submitted by nic11 on 12. February 2012 - 11:54.

    These are delicious and so easy.  Definitely a winner, especially with jam made in the TM! tmrc_emoticons.)  

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