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Try Valentine Warner's take on the classic steak and ale pudding
PER SERVING (BASED ON 6) 819kcals, 44.1g fat (23.4g saturated), 34.8g protein, 63.5g carbs (7.8g sugars), 2.7g salt, 4.1g fibre
Baby onions are also known as silverskin onions. They’re much smaller than regular onions and are used in pickling.
Serve this with the same ale you used to cook the dish – or go for a gutsy Indian Pale Ale (IPA), which will stand up to the onions.
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I am making a gluten free steak and kidney suet pudding with john west steak and kidney already cooked,I am hoping 2.5 hours will do,its my first attempt,yes I do know their is a small amount of gluten in atora suet,but after 10 years of misery I think I can riisk a bit now and then.I thank you for info in steak and ale pudding recipe,thanks Ken.
We wanted something warm and hearty and this certainly hit the spot. Really rich and satisfying filling with a light a fluffy suet pudding. Cheated a little as I didn't line the pudding basin, just added to the top (slightly healthier!) so therefore reduced the cooking time. Definitely one for beating the winter blues.
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