IN­DI­VID­UAL AP­PLE POUDINGS CHÔMEUR

Edmonton Sun - - LIFE -

Here’s a recipe cour­tesy Chef Anna Ol­son’s cook­book, Set for the Hol­i­days with Anna Ol­son, to get you started on your hol­i­day bak­ing! “Poud­ing chômeur means ‘poor man’s pud­ding,’ and it has its ori­gins in Quebe dur­ing the Great De­pres­sion. It’s like a French Cana­dian ver­sion of sticky tof­fee pud­ding. Here I’ve added diced ap­ples, which meld with the syrup, giv­ing these pud­dings an ap­ple pie char­ac­ter.”

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