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Christmas Pudding (Grandma Crouch) Recipe

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Cindy Hale

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SIMPLE CHRISTMAS PUDDING

1 cup grated raw carrots 1 cups flour
1 cup grated raw potatoes 1 tsp soda
1 cup chopped suet or shortening 1 tbsp water
1 cup brown sugar 1 tsp salt
1 cup raisins, currrents, dates or 1 tsp cinnamon
2 cups raisins 1 tsp nutmeg
1 cup nuts if desired 1 tsp allspice

Mix together. Place in shortening can and boil in hot water. Serve with Kentucky Brown Sauce or sauce of choice.

KENTUCKY BROWN SAUCE

1 cup brown sugar cup butter

Cream. Heat in double boiler until it floats. Beat in yokes of 3 eggs. Cook thoroughly. Remove from heat and add vanilla, salt and the stiffly beaten egg whites of 3 eggs.

MILK SAUCE

Heat together 2 cups milk, 1 tbsp butter and cup sugar. Stir in about 2 tbsp cornstarch mixed with cold water into hot mixture stirring constantly until desired thickness. Add 1 tsp vanilla. Pour over Christmas Pudding.

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