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How to Make Martian Sticky Toffee Pudding

Do you remember the 1960's TV series called "My Favorite Martian"? A Martian, of course, is somebody (or something) from Mars. Well, thousands of people around this planet will join me in saying their favourite thing from Mars (the candy manufacturer) is the Mars Bar.

One of Blighty's regular customers was in the store today and told me about her favourite dessert recipe. It is sticky toffee pudding made with a Mars bar. Now I am going to have to ask you to keep this one a secret. If this gets out sales of Heinz Sticky Toffee Puddings at Blighty's Tuck Store will plummet and I'll be ruined. So this recipe is just between you and me, OK?

How to make Martian Sticky Toffee Pudding:

Mix two cups of McDougall's Self-Raising Flour with one cup of Atora Vegetable Suet. Add a little water, some sugar and knead the mix to make a soft dough.
Now take a Mars bar and slice it thinly. Line the bottom of a pudding bowl with the Mars bar slices then fill the bowl with the suet pudding dough.
Securely cover the top of the bowl with aluminum foil and place it in a deep saucepan along with enough water to cover half the bowl. Put a lid on the saucepan and bring the water to a boil. When the water is boiling turn down the heat and simmer for about an hour and a half. Top up the water in the saucepan with more boiling water from a kettle as required.

Turn the pudding out of the bowl and serve immediately with custard.

Footnote: Something 'orrible made in Canada also goes by the name "Mars bar". You must use genuine Mars bars imported from the UK which taste so much better. If you don't, you are liable to abduction by aliens - you have been warned.

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