I couldn't resist buying a box of Seville oranges, as there season is very short and I was running out of marmalade. We know but now have jars and jars of it and I'm the only one that will eat it! Luckily I could use some up making these delicious puddings!
Makes 4 puddings
4tbsp marmelade or golden syrup
125g butter, softened
125g golden caster sugar
2 eggs, large
125g self raising flour
You will need four individual metal pudding tins. Line the base of each tin with a circle of baking paper and top with a tablespoonful of marmalade. Set aside.
Place the softened butter in a bowl with the sugar and with a wooden spoon or whisk, beat together until pale and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well between. Then gently stir in the flour. Fill the tins with the mixture and place on a baking sheet. Cook at 180°C for 20min or until risen, golden and firm to the touch.
Taking care as they are very hot, run a knife around the inside of each mould and turn the puddings out onto plates. Serve with extra marmelade and cream.