Definition of 'pudding'
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Fruit pudding with cream, but the sweetness is held in check. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Place the pudding dish in the roasting tray and bake for 45 minutes until the custard has set and the top is golden. The Sun (2016)Pour the remaining syrup over the hot puddings and serve with the hot custard. The Sun (2014)The smell of the fruit as the pudding cooks will drive you crazy with anticipation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Pour the pudding batter over the jelly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We closed off with plum pudding made without milk or eggs. THE FROZEN WATER TRADE (2002)Spoon on top of the fruit in the pudding basin. The Sun (2014)You need the oil to get smoking hot before adding the batter or the puddings will not rise. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She eats a fried egg sandwich in the morning and has a hot dinner with pudding and custard. The Sun (2007)Anything less than five hours and reclining is as socially unacceptable as having a cheese course before the pudding. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Roll out the pastry on a lightly floured surface and cut out six lids just slightly larger than the pudding dishes. The Sun (2015)The nation has gone pie, pastry and pudding potty! The Sun (2012)The average British family was said to consume less than one hot pudding annually. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Maybe 75 dishes including puddings and sides. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Sales of hot puddings, soup and warming ready meals have soared in the past three weeks. The Sun (2015)Her main course and pudding were lower in fat too, so better for anyone watching their weight. The Sun (2008)Classic puddings Comfort food grows up. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I loved pizza, ready meals and sponge puddings for dessert. The Sun (2015)I also love sweet seasonal puddings, such as warm doughnuts or fritters. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The proof of the pudding, of course, will be in the eating. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He cooked a faultless three-course menu of octopus, stuffed chicken leg and a filo pastry pudding. The Sun (2016)Cheap, sweet pudding wines are essential with all those English summer fruits ripening. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In a food processor, whizz together the pudding, milk and egg yolks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At the first interval the Prince and his guests eat the first two courses, then pudding and coffee is served during the second. AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002)
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Translations for 'pudding'
British English: pudding /ˈpʊdɪŋ/ NOUN
A pudding is a cooked sweet food made with flour, fat, and eggs, and usually served hot.
...a banana vanilla pudding.
- American English: pudding
- Arabic: حَلْوى البُودِينْج
- Brazilian Portuguese: pudim
- Chinese: 布丁
- Croatian: puding
- Czech: pudink
- Danish: budding
- Dutch: toetje
- European Spanish: pudin
- Finnish: vanukas
- French: pudding
- German: Nachspeise
- Greek: πουτίγγα
- Italian: budino
- Japanese: プディング
- Korean: 푸딩
- Norwegian: pudding
- Polish: budyń
- European Portuguese: sobremesa
- Romanian: budincă
- Russian: пудинг
- Spanish: budín
- Swedish: efterrätt
- Thai: ของหวาน
- Turkish: puding
- Ukrainian: пудинг
- Vietnamese: bánh pudding
Definition of pudding from the Collins English Dictionary
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