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Sticky Date Pudding ,A.K.A Sticky Toffee Pudding ( date cake with sauce ) >From what I understand, this was the dessert rage in Australia about 3 years ago! Here is one version. If other Australians have a simialr recipe I'd love to hear from you! cake: 1 stick of butter 8 oz pitted dates, chopped 1 tsp baking soda 5 tbs sugar 2 eggs 1 1/2 cups flour 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp vanilla 1 3/4 tbs baking power sauce: 1 stick butter 1/4 cup heavy cream 4 oz brown sugar 1/2 tsp vanilla Topping: 1 pt cream chilled Butter a high sided 9 inch round baking pan. Preheat oven to 350F. Put dates in saucepan and cover with water and bring to a boil and then reduce heat and simmer about 3 minutes. Add the baking soda and remove pan from heat and set aside. In a bowl, cream butter with sugar and add in eggs one at a time. Fold in flour, salt and vanilla. Slowly stir in the baking powder and 1/4 cup of date liquid from pot.Stir well until mixture resembles a thick pancake batter. Stir in remainder of the "drained " dates. Place mixture in prepared pan and bake about 30 to 40 minutes or until cooked in center.Remove to rack in pan to cool. Meanwhile make sauce: in pot, combine butter, cream and sugar. Bring to a boil and cook for 3 minutes. Stir in vanilla. Drizzle some of the hot sauce over the cooling cake.To serve: cut cooled ( room temp ) cake into wedges and pour over the warm sauce. top with cream that has been whipped. serves 8 to 10 Visit the Ross Family Homepage http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/ personal & culinary homepage baking primers, recipes, food photos, links and family stuff :)

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Sticky
Date Pudding ,A.K.A Sticky Toffee Pudding ( date cake with sauce )

>From what I understand, this was the dessert rage in
Australia about 3 years
ago! Here is one version.
If other Australians have a simialr recipe I'd love to hear from you!

cake:
1 stick of
butter
8 oz pitted dates, chopped
1 tsp
baking soda
5 tbs
sugar
2
eggs
1 1/2 cups
flour
1/2 tsp
salt
1 tsp
vanilla
1 3/4 tbs
baking power
sauce:
1 stick
butter
1/4 cup
heavy cream
4 oz
brown sugar
1/2 tsp
vanilla
Topping:
1 pt
cream chilled

Butter a high sided 9 inch round baking pan. Preheat oven to 350F. Put dates
in
saucepan and cover with water and bring to a boil and then reduce heat
and
simmer about 3 minutes. Add the
baking soda and remove pan from heat and
set aside. In a bowl,
cream butter with sugar and add in
eggs one at a time.
Fold in
flour, salt and vanilla. Slowly stir in the
baking powder and 1/4
cup of
date liquid from
pot.Stir well until mixture resembles a thick
pancake batter. Stir in remainder of the "drained " dates. Place mixture in
prepared
pan and bake about 30 to 40 minutes or until cooked in
center.Remove to rack in
pan to cool.
Meanwhile make
sauce: in
pot, combine butter, cream and sugar. Bring to a
boil and cook for 3 minutes. Stir in vanilla. Drizzle some of the hot sauce
over the cooling
cake.To serve: cut cooled ( room temp ) cake into wedges
and pour over the warm
sauce. top with cream that has been whipped. serves
8 to 10
Visit the Ross Family Homepage
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/ personal & culinary homepage
baking primers, recipes, food photos, links and family stuff :)



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from ocean springs, MS, United States wrote:14  0

The aussie version is actually steamed in a saucepan. For a low fat version, use carnation milk instead of rich cream in the sauce and serve with low fat icecream.
5 starsAugust 2, 2005


from Hyndford, Canada wrote:12  0

Super deliciouse!!!!
4 starsNovember 3, 2004


 
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