Doug's Nana's Steamed Pudding

Doug's Nana's Steamed Pudding


½ cup sugar (burnt)

1 cup sugar

½ cup water-mixture

200 grams butter

2 cups flour

2 eggs

1 tablespoon bi-carbonate soda



Burn sugar mixture: Place ½ cup sugar in a pot and burn on high heat until the sugar mixture is black. Remove from stove and slowly add ½ cup water. Leave to cool for approximately 10 minutes.


Pudding mixture: Place flour, sugar, soda, melted butter, eggs and burnt sugar mixture into a bowl. Mix together with a whisk or wooden spoon;. Well grease a metal container and pour in the mixture. Cover with tin foil and poke a few holes. Place container in the vegetable basket with the vegetable basket with the vegetables and cook for the entire time as the Hangi.

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    No oil and low pressure, steam cooking.


    A 9kg gas bottle will cook up to 10 meals (2 basket size).


    Use anywhere outdoors in well ventilated areas (except indoors – refer to instruction manual).

  • EASY

    Easy to use. Easy to clean. Easy to assemble.


    Functions, events or having family & friends over. Cooks for 10 to 250 depending on cooker size.

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