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A moist, rich Scottish cake gets help from a little steam

Marmalade Bundt Cake with Crystallized Ginger

3¼ hours 30 minutes active, plus cooling

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Marmalade Bundt Cake with Crystallized Ginger

Dundee orange marmalade, made from bitter Seville oranges, is best for this dessert. Our favorite brand was James Keiller & Son Dundee Orange Marmalade. Whole-wheat breadcrumbs provide the pudding with both structure and flavor; we made our own from standard whole-wheat sandwich bread. Make sure to choose a loaf without added seeds or nuts. We highly recommend purchasing whole nutmeg and grating it just before use; the flavor is much better than purchased ground. The pudding can be served warm or at room temperature. Either way, it begs for a cool, creamy accompaniment. A rich, silky custard sauce spiked with scotch is traditional, but ice cream or lightly sweetened whipped cream would also be delicious.

16

Servings

Tip

Don't miss any crevices or corners when buttering the Bundt pan. Generously coating the pan and sprinkling it with ½ cup of toasted breadcrumbs ensures the pudding slides out easily.

3¼ hours

30 minutes active, plus cooling

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