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Bread and butter pudding is a favourite winter dessert. Try this orangey version with tangy marmalade and juicy orange segments that cut through the creamy texture. The result is so good that you won't need to serve it with anything else. It is also wonderful made with Seville orange marmalade and blood oranges. This superb supper dish combines juicy lemons with fennel and fresh oregano to give a real taste of the Mediterranean. It has an intense, lemony flavour, so it is best served with plain rice - or you can make it with just one lemon for a more subtle flavour.
Serves: 8 (leftovers can be eaten cold the next day)
You'll get better results if the bread is slightly dry, so use some that is a day or two old.
This recipe was first published in January 2002.