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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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Ingredients Serves 4 For the haggis: 1kg lamb plucks 220g pinhead oats 400g white onions, dice 300g beef suet 10g cayenne pepper 10g nutmeg 20g garlic powder 30g ground all spice 30g cracked black pepper 30g ground sea salt For the mash: 8 white potatoes 20ml double cream 30g unsalted butter For the confit turnip: 1/2 turnip, cut into squares 50g duck fat 1tsp fresh thyme, chopped 1tsp fresh rosemary, chopped 4 cloves of garlic, roughly crushed For the beef sauce: 200ml beef stock 50ml red wine 20ml whisky 20ml cream
(Serves 4) 400g ox cheeks 600g ox tails 500g beef fillet 1 bulb garlic 1 large onion 1 bunch rosemary 1 bunch thyme 284ml Wylam beer 284ml pheasant stock 300g potatoes, mashed 25g carrot, diced 25g celery, diced 25g swede, diced 25g onion, diced 25g petit pois 100ml passata 1tsp sage, chopped 125g beef suet 250g self-raising flour 25g dried ceps 30g wild mushrooms 1 head celeriac 125g butter Splash of cream Selection baby root vegetables, roasted 25g honey 1 bunch watercress Lemon juice Cracked black pepper | Dust the cheek and tail meat in |seasoned flour.
1 small swede cut into 2cm squares * 4 carrots chopped into discs * 2 large onions sliced * A good dollop of tomato puree * Half a cup of pearl barley * Half a cup of lentils * 600g (1lb 8oz) shin beef * 200g (8oz) lambs kidney * One three-inch piece of shin bone - ask your butcher to saw it for you * A few sprigs of thyme * Three beef stock cubes * Two bay leaves * A splash of red wine * Seasoning For the dumplings * 125g (5oz) beef suet * 125g (5oz) self-raising flour * Good spoonful of horseradish sauce * ' tsp of salt * 4 to 5 tbsp of water METHOD Our palates changed as food became more geographic in the 1970s.
Lard and beef suet on their own are fine as they re-solidify after warming and as they are pure fat, it is not as suitable for bacteria to breed on.
Bacon or pork fat isn't bad but my idea of the best fat for ground deer is beef suet which is seldom on display in a supermarket, but probably available if you ask for it.
For vegetarians, there are also vegetable-based alternatives to shredded beef suet.
For vegetarian menus, there are also vegetable-based alternatives to shredded beef suet.
"For quite one month," Carver later wrote, "I lived on prayer, beef suet and cornmeal, and quite often being without the suet and meal.
What's the difference between beef suet and beef fat?
I don't use beef suet as I find it can be stringy and tough.
The fundamental foods that will attract birds are sunflower seed, beef suet, or lard and peanut butter mixtures, and "mixed" seed, a combination of specific grains.