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This tasted wonderful, just like my Mum used to make. A little on the buttery side for me, I would cut down on the fat, but otherwise, lovely!

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Nancy Leigh E March 09, 2009

Suet can be replaced with grated cold butter, by the way. It is indeed used as the fat in bird seed fat balls - if you know what you use to make home made fat balls in America, then you probably have your easy suet source :-) Alternatively, as I say, grated butter works just fine.

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Chef UK July 06, 2008

Just like my Mum makes! I did reduce the nutmeg a little, but didn't change anything else. I'll post a photo if it doesn't get eaten up before I get a chance! Thanks Helen!

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Tina and Dave October 01, 2006

Suet is the fat that our mothers used to get with the stew beef . You need to grind it up to go in the bread pudding.

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Marie Abernathy March 07, 2001

This is a traditional way of making english bread pudding - but i live in Texas - does anyone know what they call suet in Texas? someone told me they only use it for birdseed???

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Kay Abbott January 05, 2001
English Bread Pudding