Roly-Poly Pudding: A Cautionary Tale Though Sometimes a Delicious One

The last day of the year is a time for cautionary tales. Most everyone has their own to muse on, but if you find yourself shorted in this area you can always turn to The Tale of Samuel Whiskers and the Roly-Poly Pudding to give yourself a good fright.

Here is where the action begins in earnest. Tom Kitten has gone off on an adventure and in the process has been captured by hungry (aren’t they always) rats. The dough is gathered, the rolling pin pushed over to begin the task of making a fine Kitten Roly-Poly for dinner.

Poor Tom Kitten.

There are other sorts of roly-poly puddings to be made if you like the idea but without the kitten.

The Great British Kitchen has recipes made with jam, syrup, lemon, and mincemeat. And if all this is just too dainty for your taste, here you will find a good recipe for rasher pudding, also known as bacon roly-poly.

Any of these taste fine with champagne, ale, or tea.

Happy New Year!

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3 thoughts on “Roly-Poly Pudding: A Cautionary Tale Though Sometimes a Delicious One

  1. Roly Poly Puddings sound like great fun!

    With such a clever name, I can’t believe McDonalds doesn’t offer a few versions?

    (Okay, I’ll grant that McSuet might be a tough sell.)

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