Recipe match #3

Flourless orange and almond pudding

matched with late white 2012

emilyScottRecipeIngredients:

2 oranges zest and juice

100g soft light brown sugar

100g caster sugar

6 medium eggs

250g ground almonds

1 1⁄2 tsp baking powder

Clotted cream

HERES HOW TO DO IT:

Grease a 26cm cake tin and line with greaseproof paper

Preheat the oven to 180°c

Place the brown sugar and caster sugar in a bowl with the eggs.

Whizz until pale in colour, fluffy and doubled in size. Fold in the zest and juice of 2 oranges. Add in the ground almonds and the baking powder and fold in gently.

Pour mixture into prepared tin and place in the oven for 30­40 or when cooked. Test with a skewer, if it comes out clean and dry then the cake is cooked.

Serve the cake warm with a dollop of clotted cream

About Emily and St Tudy Inn:

The St.Tudy Inn is a wonderful Cornish pub that celebrates the finest seasonal produce from the surrounding area.

Situated in the beautiful Cornish village of St.Tudy, the Inn has a warm and cosy atmosphere and a passion for simple, rustic cuisine, real ales and fine wines.

The kitchen is headed by Emily Scott where she creates an ever evolving menu that combines her passion for beautiful, seasonal food with the best Cornish produce available in this wonderful village location.

Enjoy a drink in the old bar, relax in front of the open fire and choose a lighter lunch from the bar menu.

Alternatively, you could head to the dining room and enjoy a selection of the finest pub food showcased at it’s very best.

We look forward to welcoming you to the St. Tudy Inn.

www.sttudyinn.com

About late white 2012:

Our sweet Late white with aromas of honey and dried apricot with a hint of orange zest to complete a perfect meal. 12%
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