Indian Pudding

Indian Pudding is a classic sweet dish that has deep roots in New England. American Colonist replaced the wheat flour in the British hasty pudding with Native American cornmeal and flavored it with molasses (a by-product created when New England-ers distilled Caribbean sugar into rum) or salted meat. Today Indian Pudding typically also includes butter and eggs, which is flavored with cinnamon and ginger. - AsNotedIn





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Food Attribute American Food
Product Kind Food
Food Category Victual



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