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suet

a hard waxy fat around the kidneys and loins in sheep, cattle, etc., used in cooking and making tallow
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The Christmas pudding started to take shape in Tudor times, when people introduced beef suet and breadcrumbs and started boiling it in a cloth.
Dumplings: 8oz plain flour 1/2oz of baking powder Pinch of salt 4oz beef suet 1e4 pint of water 1 spoon of horseradish (tbsp)
APut 200g beef suet, 200g raisins, 200g currants, 200g grated apple, 100g sultanas, 80g soft brown sugar, 60g mixed peel, 4 pinches ground cinnamon, 4 pinches grated nutmeg, 4 cloves and the finely grated zest of 4 lemons in a large bowl and combine.
That's because age- old recipes use beef suet rather than inferior substitutes.
Expert Jonathan Findlay, who promotes Scots fare in France, made sure the normal beef suet content in haggis did not pose a problem.
2 FOR THE PASTRY 150g self-raising flour, 75g beef suet, a good pinch of thyme, a couple of tablespoons of cold water (no more than 100ml), 1 egg, beaten 3 METHOD Preheat oven to 150c.
Herby dumplings (serves 6) Ingredients: 100g self-raising flour, large pinch baking powder, 1/4 tsp salt, 50g shredded beef suet, leaves from 2 sprigs thyme, approx.
The inclusion, to this day, of beef suet (though often it's vege suet now) gives us a clue - in fact back as early as the 16th seen as a way of preserving meat, and was often a mixture of fruits, alcohol, vinegar, and beef.
The verdict read: "Made to a family recipe on a Northumberland farm by Susan Green, who refuses to serve beef suet, this lighter-style pud had the tasters in ecstasies.