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       Title: RASPBERRY QUEEN OF PUDDINGS (Marguerite Patten)
  Categories: Puddings
       Yield: 4 servings
       1 ts Finely grated lemon rind
      10 fl Milk
     1/2 oz Butter or margarine
       1 oz Caster or soft brown sugar
       3 oz Fine brown or white
       3    Eggs
       3 tb Raspberry jam
       5 oz Caster sugar
   Mix the lemon rind with the milk and bring to the boil over a gentle
   heat. Remove from the heat. Add the butter or margarine, sugar and
   breadcrumbs. Mix well and allow to cool. Preheat the oven to
   160C/325F, Gas Mark 3.
   Separate the yolks from the whites of 2 eggs. Beat the 2 yolks with
   the whole egg. Whisk into the breadcrumb mixture then pour into a 1
   to 1.5 pint/600 to 900 ml greased ovenproofdish. Stand the dish in a
   roasting tin of cold water. Bake for 45 to 50 minutes, or until the
   mixture is set. Spread with the raspberry jam. Reduce the oven heat
   to 150C/300F, Gas Mark 2. Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Slowly
   whisk in half the sugar, then fold in the remainder. Pipe the
   meringue in a lattice work or spread over the pudding and then make
   it into peaks. Return to the oven for 15 to 20 minutes until the
   meringue is light golden in colour. Serve hot. Variations
   If serving the pudding cold allow at least 1 hour cooking time when
   the meringue is added to the pudding at 140C/275F, Gas Mark 1.
   Chocolate Queen of Puddings
   Blend 1 oz/25 g cocoa powder with the hot milk. Use apricot jam over
   the baked pudding before adding the meringue.
   Swiss Roll Pudding
   Omit the breadcrumbs in the recipe. Put about 4 slices of jam filled
   Swiss Roll into the pie dish. Blend the milk, sugar and eggs
   together, strain over the Swiss Roll. Bake as above then top with a
   little jam or thick fruit puree before adding the meringue.
   Source: Marguerite Patten’s Marvellous Meals, Yours Magazine, UK