How to Make Suet Pudding?


To make suet pudding, mix the flour, baking powder, salt and add the chopped suet and mix well. Add cold water to form soft dough, then grease a mould fill to within an inch of the topand cover with greased paper. Next, fill an inch of the top and cover with greased paper, putting into a kettle of boiling water. Cover the kettle and steam two and a half hoursand when ready serve with sauce.
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Sieve 225 grams of flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder and a npinch of salt. Mix with 112 grams of shredded suet and mix with water to make a stiff dough. Transfer in a mold and put into a pot with boiling water. Steam for two hours and a half.
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