From Anonymous of North Ridgeville, Ohio on 2/25/2017.
Sent to my stepmom as a treat
From Anonymous of Washington, District of Columbia on 2/23/2017.
Extraordinary!!! Many thanks.
From Kevin of Fort Myers, Florida on 2/23/2017.
It really does not matter who you are or where you are from, if you love good goodies then this pudding is for you. Yes, you may need to add a little more scotch/whiskey/brandy/rum before you light it up for that final touch of perfection.Cheers
From Edith Kurie of Wilmington, North Carolina on 2/20/2017.
This is a wonderful dessert. It is very rich so I made several servings of it. Beautifully made, lots of Scottish whiskey!
From Valerie Riecke of Stone Mountain, Georgia on 2/20/2017.
This is the first time I tried the pudding. I enjoyed it, sort of a Scotch type of fruit pudding/cake. I really like the mince tarts with Glenfiddich and gave several to a good friend of mine and her husband who also drink Scotch. They loved the tarts.
11/30/2016 – Can this be eaten without steaming it?
Response From Walkers Shortbread: While it does not technically need to be heated, we very strongly recommend you do for maximum enjoyment. Below are three techniques you can use to heat the pudding.Microwave: Remove the outer packaging and pierce the inner film covering the pudding. Microwave for about 3 minutes. After cooking, leave to stand for 1 minute.Steam: Place in a steamer over boiling water for about 35-40 minutes for an 8 oz. pudding and approximately 1 hour for a 16 oz. pudding. Make sure the water does not enter the pudding. Do not allow the pan to boil dry. Boil: Use a saucepan that has a trivet or add your own heat resistant saucer in the middle of the saucepan to place the pudding on so as to avoid direct heat from the saucepan to the pudding. Fill the saucepan to one third being sure not to cover the lid of the pudding since it will enter the container and destroy the pudding – it will get soggy. Bring the water to a boil and simmer for about 35-40 minutes for an 8 oz. pudding and approximately one hour for a 16 oz. pudding. Make sure the water does not enter the pudding. Do not allow to boil dry. A nice, extra touch is to gently heat some Glenfiddich Whisky (do not allow to boil). Ladle the warmed whisky over the pudding. Flame and serve.
Ingredients: raisins (25%), sugar, cider (12%), wheat flour, calcium carbonate,
iron, niacin, thiamin), sultanas (9%), candied citrus peel (glucose
syrup, orange peel, sugar, lemon peel, acidity regulator: citric
acid), palm oil, Glenfiddich whisky (3%), humectant: vegetable
gylcerine; rum (2.5%), sherry, mixed spices, salt, lemon oil,
orange oil, yeast.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients
in bold. May also
contain nuts. Suitable for vegetarians. Store in a cool dry
is currently empty
Walkers Shortbread Ltd, Aberlour House, Aberlour on Spey, Scotland, AB38 9LD
Company No. SC0 63233