A shoemaker is a natural product pudding with a scone-like fixing. It’s easy to make and absolutely heavenly. Serve warm with custard or cream
6 ready plums, split and stones eliminated
2 tbsp nectar
0.5 tsp ground cinnamon
50 g unsalted spread, cubed
150 g self-raising flour
1 medium egg
75 ml buttermilk
2 tbsp chipped almonds
Preheat the stove to 190°C, fan 170°C, gas 5. Put the plums in a medium-sized ovenproof dish or broiling tin with 2 tbsp water. Stream over the nectar, sprinkle with cinnamon and blend well. Put the dish or tin in the broiler and heat for 10 minutes until the plums have begun to mellow and have delivered their juices.
Then, in a bowl, rub the margarine into the flour utilizing your fingertips until it takes after breadcrumbs. Combine the egg and buttermilk in a container, at that point mix into the margarine and flour blend to shape a delicate mixture.
Drop the batter, a tablespoon at a time, over the head of the plums. Dissipate over the almonds and prepare for 25 minutes until the fixing has risen, is brilliant and cooked through.