A pudding cloth is a culinary utensil similar to a cheesecloth or muslin. It is a reusable alternative to cooking in skins made of animal intestines that became popular in England in the seventeenth century for boiling a wide range of puddings.
Prior to the 19th century, the English Christmas pudding was boiled in a pudding cloth. Clootie pudding, a traditional Scottish dessert, is boiled in a pudding cloth. The traditional way to cook jam roly poly is using a pudding cloth.
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