Kutia (christmas pudding)
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Kutia (christmas pudding)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:21:33 AM. Recipe ID 53815. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Kutia (christmas pudding)
 Categories: Polish, Desserts
      Yield: 8 Servings
 
    200 g  Wheat grain (7 1/4 oz)
    200 g  Poppy seeds
    200 ml Honey (7/16 pint)
    100 g  Walnuts, chopped (3.5 oz)
    100 g  Almonds, chopped
     50 g  Currants (1.8 oz)
      4    Figs
      4    Dates
    1/2    Vanilla pod
      1 ts Grated lemon peel
     70 ml Rum (1/8 pint)
      2 tb Cream
     10    Almonds, whole
 
  (Keep care: preparation 6 hours !!)
  
  Wash the wheat grain, leave to soak in cold water for 6 hours. Drain,
  then pour 2 l of boiling water over the wheat, cover and cook over a
  low heat for 3 hours. The grains should be soft but not mushy. Strain
  the cooked wheat and leave to cool.
  
  Wash the poppy-seeds thoroughly in cold water, scald with boiling
  water and drain. Pour boiling water over them, bring to a boil,
  remove from the heat and leave to stand in a warm place for 3 hours.
  Drain and mince.
  
  Soak the currants in rum or cognac. Cut the figs and dates into thin
  strips. Crush vanilla pod in a mortar.
  
  Pour the poppy-seeds into a mixing bowl, add cream, honey, vanilla and
  lemon peel. Grind for 15 minutes, then add the wheat, crushed walnuts
  and almonds, currants, figs and dates. Mix well and transfer to a
  glass bowl. Decorate with whole almonds and chill.
  
  (From: Polish cooking, Warszawa 1993, ISBN 83-85477-34-9) Posted by
  Rene Gagnaux
 




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Recipe ID 53815 (Apr 03, 2005)

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