what is the name of the tradiional pudding made in scotland
No, Yorkshire is in England and this is not a Christmas question!
Christmas puddings in earlier times were made with vegetables. The root vegetables were eventually omitted but Christmas pudding still includes a token carrot.
A cabinet pudding is a traditional English steamed pudding made from bread or sponge cake with dried fruits, served with custard or another sweet sauce.
Figgy Pudding, a variation of the christmas pudding, only made with Figs, was thought to be invented in England of the United Kingdom during the 16th century.
A rich boiled or steamed pudding made with flour, suet, raisins, currants, citron, and spices.
The largest Christmas Pudding on record weighed 7,231 pounds, and was made in Aughton, Lancashire, in Great Britain, on July 11, 1992 By LES HEYHOE UK
Putting money in a Christmas pudding is a old tradition. The person who got the 6 pence in their piece of pudding is said to get good luck. They used to put a 6 pence in the pudding but now money is to dirty. Silver (6 pence was made out of silver) was dirty but when it was cooked it was alright.
The Christmas song, "All I Want for Christmas," is a traditional Christmas carol that has been made into mainstream music. The variations of the song include "All I Want for Christmas is a Real Good Tan" and "All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth."