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Rich Chocolate Orange Pudding

  • BAKE: 6m
  • SERVES: 6

METHOD

Method (Makes 1 unit – 6 portions)
Juice the 2 oranges and make up to 140ml with water.

Lightly grease a 900ml (1 ½ pint) microwaveable pudding bowl.

Slice the orange and place a slice onto the bottom of the bowl. Place the remaining slices equally round the bowl.

Place the cake mix, oil, orange zest and the liquid into a bowl and mix well with a fork. Pour the mixture into the bowl carefully without disrupting the orange slices. Cover with cling film and make two or three steam holes in it.

Using the microwave, cook on full power for the time recommended using the table below as a guide*

*Microwave Cooking Times
Power
800-850 Watt
700-750 Watt
600-650 Watt
Setting
Full Power
Full Power
Full Power
Time
5 minutes
5 ½ minutes
6 minutes
As appliances may vary, these cooking times are for guidance only.
Please consult your instruction book for more detailed information.

Remove the pudding from the microwave and leave to rest for 5 minutes before tipping the pudding onto a warm plate and serving immediately with cream or ice cream.

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Deb's Tips

Truly scrumptious anytime of year - good with alternate orange and lemon/lemon and lime slices - one of our 5 a day - probably not!

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