Ingredients

75 ml dulce de leche
1 stick/115 g unsalted butter, at room temperature
115 g sugar
2 eggs
¼ cup/115 g self-raising flour
¼ cup/40 g walnut pieces
Heavy (double) cream or vanilla ice cream, to serve
6 pudding molds or 1 pudding basin
Sticky toffee pudding is an insanely good dessert and an absolute must-inhale when you’re feeling at your lowest ebb. This recipe is a good, simple introduction to this king of desserts, which is exactly as it should be for a book on hangovers.

Instructions

1.Pour or spoon the dulce de leche into the bottom of 6 individual buttered pudding molds or a buttered pudding basin.
2.Beat together the butter and sugar until pale and creamy, then beat in the eggs, one at a time.
3.Sift over the flour and fold in, then stir in the walnuts, Pour the mixture into the molds or basin.
4.Cover each pudding with 2 sheefs of foil and tie firmly in place with a piece of kitchen string.
5.Put the puddings in a large pan and pour boiling water into the pan about two-thirds of the way up the sides of the puddings.
6. Cover with a lid and simmer gently for about 12 hours, checking the water level occasionally and topping up if necessary.
7.To serve, remove the foil, invert the pudding(s) onto serving plate(s), and lift off. Serve warm with heavy/ double cream or ice cream.

Sticky toffee pudding is an insanely good dessert and an absolute must-inhale when you’re feeling at your lowest ebb. This recipe is a good, simple introduction to this king of desserts, which is exactly as it should be for a book on hangovers.

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