Indian Pudding Fun Facts

Indian Pudding Fun Facts

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The internet is full of fabulous facts about everything from current events to the history basket weaving. Because of this, as we research for our daily content on food trucks, food carts and street food, we stumble upon some items of knowledge that we just did not know.

We have decided when these fun facts pop up, that we would share them with our readers in our section titled “Did You Know?”

For today’s Did You Know we will look at Indian Pudding fun facts.

Indian Pudding Fun Facts

Indian Pudding Fun Facts: Indian pudding is a more elaborate form of corn hasty pudding. It consists of milk, cornmeal, and molasses, (or, alternatively, maple syrup and honey, and sometimes sugar), spices (nearly always including cinnamon and ground ginger), butter, and usually raisins and nuts, baked in a slow oven for several hours.

  • The name Indian pudding does not refer to the natives but in fact is used to identify the main ingredient which is cornmeal and was earlier called Indian meal.
  • Indian pudding is a traditional New England dessert.
  • February 17th and November 13th is National Indian Pudding Day.
  • National Indian pudding Day is utilized to enjoy the savory and sweet puddings which are part of the Native American Indian cuisine.

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Indian Pudding Fun Facts We Missed

Please feel free to let us know if we may have missed some indian pudding fun facts in the comment section below. We always love to add to these lists. If we can verify that the facts is just that, a fact, we will give the reader credit in the article.

Reference: Wikipedia: Fun Facts about Indian Pudding.

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