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A traditional English pudding comprising slices of apple arranged in an ovenproof dish, flavoured with sugar and lemon zest, over which is poured a sponge cake mixture - the whole is then baked. It is descended from the richer 'Duke of Cumberland's Pudding', which was a boiled version.
Dunfillan pudding is a Scottish version, but made with blackberries rather than apples. See 'Pudding'
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