Updated 05/13/2022 05:31 PM
- The dessert for Queen Elizabeth II’s 70th jubilee has been chosen.
- The Trifle is now the Queen’s “Platinum Pudding”.
- The dessert prevailed against 5,000 other recipes.
The Queen’s Platinum Pudding has been chosen. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s throne, a dessert worthy of the Queen was sought in a competition. In the final, 31-year-old Jemma Melvin prevailed with her creation. Her trifle, a typical English layered biscuit dessert, officially follows in the footsteps of the “Coronation Chicken” of 2002, when the Queen’s 1953 coronation dish was reinterpreted for the Golden Jubilee.
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The winner was in the BBC show “The Jubilee Pudding: 70 years in the Baking” announced on Thursday evening. The “Platinum Pudding” trifle consists, among other things, of lemon curd, lemon pudding, amaretto biscuits, tangerine puree, whipped cream and chocolate chips. After her triumph, the beaming winner thanked her grandmother, who taught her how to bake.
The winner was announced by Duchess Camilla
Duchess Camilla announced the winning recipe on the show. In total, more than 5,000 recipes have been submitted for the competition since January 2022. After a preselection, 50 desserts were tasted by a jury. In the finale, the remaining five best desserts were left over. The platinum pudding got his just a few hours after the announcement own Wikipedia page donated.
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The British royal family is said to be on alert. Palace officials are said to be taking precautions to protect Queen Elizabeth from her grandson Prince Harry.