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Recipes Featuring Plum

  • Baked Plum Pudding
    1 pint bread crumbs 1 quart milk 1/2 lb currants,dredged with flour 1/2 lb raisins, dredged with flour 1/4 lb citron, cut in large strips 1 nutmeg 1 Tbsp mace & cinnamon, mixed 1 cup sugar 1/
  • Plum Custard Tartlets
    1 pint plums 1 cup sugar 2 egg yolks, well beaten Puff paste 2 egg whites 2 Tbsps powdered sugar
  • Plum Jam
    3/4 lb white sugar 1 lb fruit
  • Graham Plum Pudding
    1 1/2 cups graham flour 1 cup molasses 1/2 cup milk 1 cup seeded raisins 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon cloves 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon soda 2 tablespoons butter
  • Plum Pudding | 1 pound raisins
    1 pound raisins 1 pound currants 1/2 pound citron 3 large carrots 1/2 pound suet, chop fine 2 cups dry bread crumbs 2 cups flour 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cloves 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1
  • Plum Pudding | Yolks of eight eggs
    Yolks of eight eggs 1 pint of good cream 1 pound of flour 1 pound of beef suet 1 pound of currants 1/2 pound of jar raisins 1/4 pound of powdered sugar 2 ounces of citron Candied orange Nut
  • Plum Sauce
    2 pounds of plums 1 1/4 pound light brown sugar 1/2 pint of the strongest vinegar Cloves Ground cinnamon
  • English Plum Pudding I
    1/2 pound stale bread crumbs 1 cup scalded milk 1/4 pound sugar 4 eggs 1/2 pound raisins, seeded, cut in pieces, and floured 1/4 pound currants 1/4 pound finely chopped figs 2 ounce finely cut
  • Plum Pudding | 1 1/2 pounds muscatel raisins
    1 1/2 pounds muscatel raisins 1 3/4 pounds currants 1 pound sultana raisins 2 pounds moist sugar 2 pounds breadcrumbs 2 pounds chopped suet 6 ounce mixed peel Rind of 2 lemons 1 ounce ground n
  • Plum Pudding | 1 pound each of suet
    1 pound each of suet 1 pound bread crumbs 1 pound raisins 1 pound currants 1 pound sugar 1 glass brandy 1 glass sherry 8 eggs 1 nutmeg Little mace or cinnamon 1 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon

About Plum

  • Fresh ripe plums can be refrigerated in a plastic bag for about four days before using
  • Fresh plums are available from May to October
  • Plums are often used in baking, salads, puddings, and as a special flavor for sangria
  • Plum varieties can be large, small, green, red, purple, yellow, or blue
  • The military and political leader of the Roman Republic - Pompey the Great- called for plum orchards to be built in Rome
  • The best plums are rich with color and have a dusty white sheen which indicates they have not been over-handled
  • When selecting a plum, choose ones that are firm but can be squeezed slightly and are more soft at the top
  • USA, Russia, and China produce the highest volume of commercial plums
  • Prunes are high in neochlorogenic and chlorogenic acids which serve as cancer-fighting antioxidants
  • Plums (like prunes) are a natural laxative
  • Plums are high in vitamin C which helps your body to fight infection, and helps with cardiovascular function
  • There are more than two thousand plum varieties of which more than 100 can be found in the USA
  • Louis Pellier started the California plum industry near San Jose in the late 1800's
  • The plum was first harvested in Asia near the Caspian Sea which is close to modern day Iran
  • As the plum ripens, the antioxidant health benefits increase
  • The plumb grows on a small tree that can reach 15 feet in height
  • There are many varieties of plumbs and more than 300 are referenced by ancient Roman culture
  • Plums are in the family known as prunus americana and are relatives of the peach and the almond
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