Submitted by Angie Barkley
Super Moist Sultana Pud
- 1 and 1/4 cups of water
- 1 cup of sultanas
- 1 teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda
- 1 cup of self raising flour
- 1/2 cup of castor sugar
- good heaped teaspoon of mixed spice
- 50grms of butter or marj
- 2 lightly beaten eggs
- Boil 1 and 1/4 cups of water with 1 cup of sultanas
- take off heat and add 1 teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda (it will froth up)
- put in a big bowl and stir in all other ingredients
- pop into a greased (butter or marj) 1.5lt sc
- put a tea towel under the lid and cook on high for 1.5 hours
- if inserting a skewer to test when done the skewer will come out a little sticky - this is done!
- perfect hot or cold 🙂
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19 thoughts on “Super Moist Sultana Pud”
Love this warm with custard
Made this. Was so easy! Yummy and moist. Will defiantly do again.
I have just bought the baby slow cooker and now going to try this, cant wait to try it
Absolutely loved it, thank you
So easy and so good will make this again and again
MUST TRY THIS… But with REAL custard on it.
Made this and was beautiful. Second time I made it with dates instead of sultanas and had it with icecream yummy 😋. Thankyou for the recipe 😉
afternoon Paulene or any of the ladies above, who have made a comment
what would the time be for a 4.5sc as i dont have a 1.5sc lookin forward to having a go at this,
i await in anticipation
You could do it in another sized slow cooker but a large one like yours will of course be a thinner cake so will cook much quicker
Just keep an eye on it for when it bounces back when lightly touched in centre or when a skewer inserted comes out clean 🙂
thank you Paulene for your feedback
Looks good, smells good, tastes good . Did rise as much as the picture but super moist. 😋 will make again
I tried this today in my new 3.5L SC and it worked so well. I definitely will be making this again.
Made this in 3 in 1 s/c. Great husband with cream me with custard
I also changed water for cold tea,
I have a crock-pot express. My crockpot has gone.
i cant use a teatowel in this one as the lid locks down and the vent is either open or closed.
do i just put it in with the vent open?
Do i need to put a lid on the pudding basin?
Do you have to add the butter or is that for greasing the slow cooker
Made this in my 1.5 litre slow cooker
It was a little burnt around the edges in one area.
I’m not sure if it’s because I kept it in the slow cooker while off for another 30mins before it was cooler and we were ready to it eat or maybe my slow cooker but hotter so needed a bit less time.
The taste was amazing and it came out of the bowl really easy.
I will remove it a bit earlier next time
The 1.5L can often have a ‘hot spot’ in one area so during cooking turn the bowl around inside the cooker occasionally to spread that heat around to avoid the hot spot burning an area 🙂
Lovely recipe I added some diced dried apricots very nice ok cold next day too