English puddings are traditional, simple, and delicious. From bread and butter pudding to trifles, an English pudding makes any dinner a festive one.See Popular English Puddings Recipes
This indulgent staple on the British holiday table is served fresh from the oven, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Baking soda (known as bicarb to Brits) plays two roles in this recipe: It helps soften the dates, and it helps the wet, heavy batter rise during baking. If you can only find golden sugar in regular granulation, just blend it in a food processor for 1 or 2 minutes to get a superfine texture.
The most important thing to remember when preparing this luxurious beef roast is to let it rest for a full 15 minutes before carving. Resting allows the meat juices to redistribute themselves in the roast, ensuring that the slices of beef are juicy and delicious.
This sweet dessert features the rich flavors of maple syrup, making it perfect for a cool day's brunch or after a winter dinner.
Brandied cherries and chocolate dress up this traditional dessert recipe.
This steamed dessert is filled with dried fruit, rum, and an array of warm spices.
Onions, cheese, garlic, and olive oil combine in this delicious holiday side-dish recipe.
Valentine desserts should invite intimacy. This rich, chocolate dessert is made for two. And it's fewer than 200 calories a serving!