12 Days of Christmas: Christmas Pudding


Christmas pudding is a delicious British steamed dessert consisting of fried fruits, rum or brandy, citrus zest and a few other ingredients. It is a great dessert that is often made a year before it is actually eaten and also often “fed” during that period by pouring some rum or brandy over it every few days or every month. This pudding looks like a cake, but trust us, it’s steamed, not baked.

Our recipe tastes great on the day it is made and does not require ageing or feeding although some might still choose to do those. It is a perfect representation of the flavours of Christmas on a plate and is sure to amaze your dinner guests, not just by its appearance, but by the traditional way it tends to be brought out/presented which is to set the pudding on fire by pouring flaming alcohol over it in a rather dark (but not pitch black) room. Don’t worry, the fire dies out on its own within 30 seconds.

For those who want to make or serve a Christmas pudding void of alcohol, replace the rum in this recipe with either freshly made apple juice or black tea. Alternatively, you can opt to not soak the dried fruits in anything. However, their texture and appearance are more appealing after soaking.

This recipe was kept nut-free for those who might be allergic. If you are a fan of nuts and none of your guests are allergic to nuts, you can add about 40g of chopped blanched almonds to your pudding mix.

Without further ado, here’s our vegan Christmas Pudding recipe!

Bon Appétit!

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Pizza Bianco


Vegans have been known for ordering or making pizza without cheese. How about pizza without tomato sauce? No, we are not suggesting you eat just dry pizza bread with vegetables. We are suggesting you go white with your pizza sauce.

Pizza Bianco is made using a white sauce in place of tomato sauce. Usually, this sauce tends to be soft, melted Italian cheeses, but of course, vegans can’t eat that. So, we have developed a white sauce for you so you don’t have to be deprived of a pizza bianco which is very delicious and relaxing to indulge in.

The pizza is topped with fresh, homemade seitan sausage slices, potatoes, rosemary, mushrooms, and onions. It’s pretty much, brunch on a pizza base!

We invite you to try out our latest pizza recipe.

Bon Appétit!

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