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Pear & Ginger Pudding


Vegetarian, Parve, Dairy Free, Passover

This is very yummy with the bonus of being fat free. The fresh ginger gives it a wonderful tang - I keep peeled ginger in the freezer and it is extremely easy to grate when frozen.

175g (6oz) ground almonds
2 large pears (apprx 350g - 12oz)
175g (6oz) clear honey
25g (1oz) fresh ginger
3 medium eggs
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

Grate the ginger and the pears into a mixing bowl, add the remaining ingredients and mix for about 3 minutes until mixed thoroughly. Pour into a greased 1 kilo (2lb) loaf tin. Really simple

Bake for 45 minutes approximately until a tooth pick comes out clean when inserted at Moderately hot, 160C Fan 150 C, 375ºF
, Gas 5.

Some of the pears and honey seem to sink to the bottom which forms a sticky layer under the sponge which is a nice contrast.

You can pour this into a microwave dish and zap for 8 minutes works well but not so sticky or brown.