Malva Pudding

Ingredients for the cake 

Malva Pudding Served with a Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream

cup sugar

egg

1 tablespoon of smooth apricot jam (it must be smooth – you can fish out the smooth parts of a chunky apricot jam if you can’t get smooth)

cup of all-purpose flour

teaspoon of baking soda

pinch of salt

1 teaspoon white vinegar

1 tablespoon of butter

 

cup of milk

(now do you see why I’ve put this up today?)

Ingredients for the sauce

1/2 cup cream

90g (3oz) butter

1/2 cup sugar

1/4 cup hot water

How to do it

1. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C (350°F)

2. In a mixer, beat the egg, sugar and jam on high for about 5 minutes, until it is creamy and slightly thickened.

3. Sift dry ingredients together

4. Add the milk to the egg mixture alternating with the dry ingredients.

5. Melt the butter and vinegar together

6. Add to the batter and mix well. Your batter will be quite runny – don’t worry.

7. Pour into well buttered baking dish of approximately 22 cm diameter (9 inches)

8. Cover with foil, making sure there are about 3 cm between the batter and the foil. (Tip: I spray the inside of the foil with non-stick spray in case the batter rises too high. This prevents the cake from sticking to the foil)

9. Bake for 50 minutes-1 hour. The cake is done when it has an even golden brown color to it – you may need to turn the dish around for an even color. (You must check it. I don’t think I have ever made this and baked the cake for the same period of time. It’s just one of those recipes).

10. Just before the cake is done, mix together all sauce ingredients in a small saucepan and melt over low heat until the sugar is melted. Pour the sauce over the cake as soon as it come out of the oven. To ensure that the sauce doesn’t break the cake, instead of pouring the sauce directly from the pan, spoon it over the cake evenly with a large serving spoon.

11. Serve it warm if you can, and if you are really decadent, serve with vanilla ice cream. But it does extremely well all by itself and can be served room temperature as well.


5 thoughts on “Malva Pudding

  1. You mention melting the butter and vinegar together, but there’s no mention of butter in the ingredients for the cake, only in the sauce ingredients.

    • Thank you for pointing this oversight out to me. It is 1 tablespoon of butter, and I have corrected this on the site. Sorry about that.

    • Hi Debbie. I am not sure why this recipe came up on a parev search. It really doesn’t lend itself to being parev mainly because of the sauce which is butter-based. The milk in cake can certainly be substituted with a parev option, but the sauce will not taste good using margarine.

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