Yield: 4 Servings
|6 ounces||Beef suet finely minced|
|1 ounce||Flour (extra)|
|½ pint||Water or the yolks of 4 eggs|
|With a little water.|
|½ ounce||Salt (extra)|
1. Grease a basin, put a large pot of water onto the boil. 2. Make the pastry with the flour, suet, salt, and water (or eggs) 3. Roll it out and line the basin leaving a piece for the lid 4. Cut the steak into convenient pieces, flour and season them with pepper and salt; put them in the pudding. 5. Pour in the ¼ pint of water, and put on the pastry lid. 6. Tie over with a floured cloth, and boil as above.
Taken from. GOOD THINGS IN ENGLAND, A practicle cookery book for everyday use. Edited by Florence White.