Indian pudding is a baked custard made from corn meal and milk, eggs and spices, and is sweetened by dark, rich molasses. According to "America's Founding Food" authors Keith Stavely and Kathleen Fitzgerald, colonists used the word "Indian" when referring to corn or corn meal, not the indigenous peoples. This corn pudding became popular among colonial cooks around the time of this country's independence. Watch this how to video and learn how to bake a delicious cornmeal pudding.
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