|by Barbara Hammond|
The fourth edition of Cooking Explained includes: *Recipes given in two formats - the traditional version and an adapted version which is more in ...
Results 1 - 10 of 42 for suet
Result Page: 1
Mix together brown sugar and suet; stir in ... cover) from dropping into pudding. Steam over simmering water for three hours. Remove pudding from steamer.
Dissolve soda in ... water. Add molasses and suet. Alternate the liquid with dry ingredients. Steam 3 hours in pudding dish. Serve hot with boiled sauce.
Mix together suet, molasses and ... mixture. Pour into well greased mold (or coffee can) and steam two hours, or put into individual molds and steam 35 minutes.
Mix and sift ... and milk to suet. Combine mixtures. ... Custard Sauce. 2 tbsp. cornstarch 3 tbsp. lemon juice Nutmeg, salt 2 tbsp. butter 1 c. boiling water
Beat egg, add ... and add milk with flour alternately. Mix in suet and raisins. Steam about 3 hours. Thicken with about 2 tablespoons cornstarch and boil.
Grind suet. Place in ... a suet bag when cakes are solid only. Needs no refrigeration. Keeps well in a dark, cool place, such as a corner of the cellar.
Mix 1 cup flour and suet together with hands ... hot water for 3 hours. Serve with sauce. Mix all ingredients and cook a few moments. Pour over pudding.
Pudding: stir together ... flour. If using suet, grind it ... thickens. Stop and stir occasionally. Will take 8 to 10 minutes. Serve warm over suet pudding.
Combine all ingredients ... minutes or until suet is melted, stirring ... small wire basket or in a mesh onion bag or any container you can hang on a tree.
Beat eggs and ... ingredients. Stir in suet. Pour into ... with a string. Steam for 2 1/2 hours. Serve while hot, generously covered with whipped cream.
Result Page: 1
top of page