Mix well together the dried sultanas,
currants and chopped raisins, grated lemon and orange rinds, mixed peels,
chopped almonds and orange juice.Add the grated apple and carrot. Blend well
In a separate bowl, sift the flour, salt
and cinnamon powder. Add the remaining spices and mix well together.
Add the flour mixture to the fruit mixture
and blend well. Add the sugar, bread crumbs and suet mix. Mix well together
and gradually add all the remaining ingredients. Blend the mixture well
together by hand.
Spoon mixture into a 1 litre microwave
proof pudding dish. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and allow to stand
Place in microwave oven, loosen plastic
wrap and cook under high for 8-10 minutes, or until cooked. Test by
inserting a skewer. If skewer comes out dry, pudding is cooked.
Allow to cool. Unmould by carefully
inverting onto a serving dish.
Reheat under high in microwave for 2-3
minutes before serving.
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