Biona Organic Non-Hydrogenated Vegetable Margarine 250g
Organic vegetable margarineAverage Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Perfect for spreading & baking.
Sunflower oil, palm oil, coconut oil, water, carrot juice, emulsifier: lecithin, lemon juice, natural flavouring.
Energy 2960kJ/720kcal, Protein 0g, Carbohydrate 0.1g, Fat 80.0g (of which saturates 24g, mono-unsaturates 27g, polyunsaturates 29g), Cholesterol nil.
30g Biona Organic Non-Hydrogenated Vegetable Margarine,
100g peeled and grated cooking apple,
50g Bio Fair Organic Fairtrade Maya Honey,
25g Billington's Muscovado Sugar, Dark,
Grated zest and juice of 1/2 lemon,
1/2 tsp Hambleden Spices Organic Mixed Spice,
60g gluten free breadcrumbs,
150g Goodness Organic Currants,
50g Goodness Cherries Glace,
25g fine cornmeal
Serves 4 people
Put the margarine and grated apple into a saucepan. Heat slowly until the marg melts and the apple starts to soften. Add the honey, sugar, lemon zest and juice. Bring it slowly to boiling point, then turn off the heat.
Whilst the apple is cooking, measure out all the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl. Add the dry ingredients to the pan, and stir it until well combined.
Pack the mixture into a greased 1 pint pudding basin, pressing it down firmly with the back of a spoon. Cover with a layer of greaseproof paper or aluminium foil, tying it with string or a sturdy elastic band to prevent steam getting into the pudding.
Place the basin into a deep pan and pour in sufficient boiling water to come two thirds the way up the sides of the basin. Boil steadily for 3 hours, topping up the water level as required.
When cooked, invert the pudding into a warmed plate and serve immediately with non-dairy cream.
Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian
Customer reviews - Biona Organic Non-Hydrogenated Vegetable Margarine 250g
Sat 19th Feb 2011
A great margarine because there are none of the unpleasant ingredients that appear in mainstream margarines. It tastes nice and has cute packaging!Reviewer's Name:
b m preston -
Thu 16th Feb 2012
It's a nice substitute, tastes goodReviewer's Name:
David Robert Izsa Subtle taste that grows on you -
Sun 23rd Dec 2012
I love this 'margarine' - I'm currently enjoying it with a seed butter on rice crackers. It has a light taste and a very smooth texture which makes it versatile and well suited to savoury combinations. I have to be careful though because I find it easy to eat a lot of this!Reviewer's Name:
D BISALA Taste-free margarine -
Mon 11th Feb 2013
There's not a lot to say about this - it doesn't actually taste of anything. Has a very silky texture, spreads easily, and adds moisture to bread - but that's about it. Reviewer's Name: