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Heinz Spotted Dick Sponge Pudding, 9.4-Ounce Cans (Pack of 6)

by Heinz

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  • Spotted dick is a British favorite. A steamed pudding containing dried currants, often served with custard.
  • ?Spotted? refers to the appearance of the fruit. ?Dick? may come from the German word for fat.
  • Imported from the UK
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Heinz Spotted Dick Sponge Pudding, 9.4-Ounce Cans (Pack of 6) + Ambrosia Devon Custard, 14.1-Ounce Can (Pack of 4) + Heinz Treacle Pudding, 9.9-Ounce Cans (pack of 6)
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Ingredients
Water, Sugar, Wheat Flour, Raisins, Partially Hydrogenated Canola and Palm Oils, Nonfat Dry Milk, Partially Inverted Sugar Cane Syrup, Leaveners (Sodium Diphosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Egg Whites, Salt, Spices and Spice Extractives, Natural Flavors.

Directions
Microwave Cooking: Remove can top marked open this end first, run a knife around the inside of the can. Turn can over onto microwaveable dish, open other end and press out. Cover with a microwaveable bowl before cooking. Steam Cooking: Place can in a large saucepan containing sufficient boiling water for can to float, at least 2 1/2 pints. Boil gently for 35 minutes. Never allow saucepan to boil dry! Add more water as necessary. To Open: To prevent spurting, hold cloth over can opener when removing can top marked open this end first. Run a knife around the inside on the can. Turn can over onto a plate, open other end and press out. All appliances vary. The following are guidelines only. Adjust times for your particular microwave. Microwave: 650W, cook on full power 2 minutes, stand 2 minutes. 750W, cook on full power 1 1/2 minutes, stand 2 minutes.

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Product Description

Microwaveable. No GM ingredients. Made in England.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 6 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000II27QE
  • UPC: 792851355957
  • Item model number: 76-500
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,564 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

Gave it to some friends also who really enjoyed it!
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The chocolate and sticky Toffee and Treacle are all good too - when you can get them.
Maggie C
This is probably the single best thing I've ever ate from a can.
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Theo on March 16, 2011
There once was a fellow named Mick
Whose tackle had never been sick
Till he put it somewhere
Many others had dared
Now Mick has a fine spotted... pudding.

Hey, we do what we must to satisfy the censors!

Theo.
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165 of 193 people found the following review helpful By Twal on July 11, 2008
British food is often poorly regarded by comparison to the cuisine of our European neighbours: France, Italy, Germany and Spain. Yet in some areas Britain truly leads the world - where would we be without the sandwich, for example?

Another area of British culinary pre-eminence is the steamed pudding, amongst which the Spotted Dick is king. As a pudding-fan, I am deeply saddened that several, rather puerile, reviewers find this name mildly amusing. I doubt they would stoop to such pathetic attempts at humour if they had bothered to taste it first.

Take my word for it: nothing tastes better than a mouthful of dick, especially if it comes with a load of hot custard.
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47 of 53 people found the following review helpful By H. Lee VINE VOICE on August 14, 2008
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Not a pudding by American standards. But then again, the name itself is somewhat obscene by American standards. I found this treat very very sweet, and it has been a long long time since I have seen bread in a can. It tasted much better heating in the microwave and then pouring some cream or half and half on top.

I give this out as a gift for Christmas and birthdays, and almost everyone loves it!!! But don't give it to anyone at work or where there is an HR department - I learned the hard way.
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70 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Maggie C on April 12, 2008
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Don't just giggle at the can- open it and eat it!
There is nothing more wonderful than Spotted Dick with lashings of custard and a good cup of strong tea with friends. YUM! I keep it in the cupboard and am ready for friends and tea at a moment's notice. This is a rich sponge cake with currents and savory rich tones of brown sugar. The chocolate and sticky Toffee and Treacle are all good too - when you can get them.

I know the name seems a bit naughty--it just adds to the fun of offering some cultural engagement to our wonderful world. I do slip it into gifts and offer to bring dessert to friends. BUT I also love this line of products for the QUALITY!
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Peter Reeve VINE VOICE on February 15, 2009
There are at least two known breeds of Spotted Dick (or Spotted Dog, as it was once called). The one that was a staple of my childhood (English working class) diet is a steamed suet pudding. It is made from suet, flour, sugar, currants and raisins, and is usually served with treacle.

The Heinz canned version is a very different animal, a member of the sponge pudding race, containing no suet. It is nice enough, and is especially good with English-style custard. It is tasty, filling and easy to prepare, and its name makes it great fun.

But if you are a fan of the Aubrey/Maturin stories and want to eat like them, be warned that this is not the real thing. The genuine Spotted Dick (or Dog), described in O'Brian's books, is the glorious suet pudding of my youth.
[PeterReeve]
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60 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Giordano Bruno on July 22, 2008
The News is Out! Now, Aubrey/Maturin fans, you can experience, at your dining table, the relish with which our beloved heroes gobbled their chow while sailing into a 50-knot tempest at Cape Horn with a French corsair or two hot on their stern! Don't forget to put a Boccherini CD on while the delectable sponge pudding is steaming in your nautical microwave.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Zoe Paris on July 18, 2010
I am not a fan of raisins, fruitcake or any of that stuff but I just had to know what Spotted Dick tastes like so I bought one. It wasn't as bad as the name or the picture on the package would suggest...but it wasn't exactly great dick either. I could see this going well with tea or a strong alcoholic beverage. Overall this dick wasn't particularly good or bad but it isn't something I will be rushing to eat again. It's a bland, spongy cake with fruit in it and it didn't taste particularly bad or good.

The can is good for a laugh if you are a slightly (ME!) immature American! I am sure some American words and names are quite funny in England too. Whatever the case may be, if you are feeling randy go grab yourself a can of Heinz Spotted Dick. If you are into Spotted Dick you may find this stuff very satisfying!
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23 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jason VINE VOICE on August 12, 2009
With British food's reputation for tasting like recycled garbage, and a dubious name at best, Spotted Dick sounds more like leftovers from the Saw movies than anything edible. Nonetheless, I gave some to my girlfriend...and she also ate Spotted Dick.

This soggy bread in a can is delightful. Straying from the typical rubbage on British plates, the injection of flavor from Spotted Dick is a welcome taste. A sweet treat with hints of cinnamon, this is perfect for a party filled with Dick hungry guests.

At ten ounces, each can is roughly four servings based upon the nutritional facts. That's roughly 1000 calories with about 360 of them fat calories for a total of 40 grams of fat. To say that this Dick is fat would be an understatement. With trace amounts of calcium and iron - or so the rumors go - there are some healthy benefits to this charming confection.

Highly recommended.
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