Definition of Steamed pudding
1. Noun. A pudding cooked by steaming.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Steamed Pudding
Literary usage of Steamed pudding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Successful Housekeeper: A Manual of Universal Application, Especially by Milon W. Ellsworth, Tinnie Ellsworth (1882)
"steamed pudding. One cup of sugar, one-half cup of butter, three eggs, one cup of milk, three heaping teaspoonfuls of baking powder, and three cups of flour ..."
2. Modern Women of America Cookbook by Anna Claire Vangalder, Modern Woodmen of America (1913)
"steamed pudding. One-half cupful molasses, one-half cupful sugar and ... steamed pudding. One cupful sour milk, one-quarter cupful lard or butter, ..."
3. Kimball Class Cook Book by Kimball Class (1913)
"steamed pudding. % teaspoonful salt j/g cup chopped suet 1/2 cup molasses with y, tea- y cup sugar spoonful soda 1 cup milk 1 heaping cup raisins Thicken ..."
4. Good Things to Eat, as Suggested by Rufus: A Collection of Practical Recipes by Rufus Estes (1911)
"steamed pudding—Beat one-half cup of butter with one cup of sugar to a cream, add two beaten eggs and cup of flour sifted with one teaspoon each of cinnamon ..."
5. The Westford Cook Book: Tested Recipes by Ladies, Vt.) Congregational Church (Westford (1909)
"steamed pudding. 1 cup of chopped pork, 1 cup sugar, 2 cupfuls sweet or sour ... SAUCE FOR steamed pudding. 1 small cupful sugar, butter size of an egg, ..."
6. Dietotherapy by William Edward Fitch (1918)
"... plain steamed pudding with jam or syrup. Thursday: Macaroni and cheese, with apple sauce and steamed potatoes; ginger pudding; fruit. ..."