Well, it’s not so much baking as boiling.
We made a steak and kidney pudding.
You can read all about it here.
Jean, Looks really delicious! Thanks for the recipe. The next time when my friends wants a S&K pud I can make it myself instead of getting the ready-to-put-into oven version at Stonemanor. However, he will need to tell me well in advance, considering the cooking time! Martine
My favourite (but pass on the kidneys).
Jean ! Wot with Egg & Chips and now Steak and Kidney pud... I hope the Harley will cope. Looks very very nice though. I have not had one for years but doubt I will get the ingredients here in France. Col
Oh, my goodness! Steak and kidney pudding! Suddenly, I'm famished.
I am on weight watchers..... and I would kill my own mother for that pie
Ooo, that looks good, Jean. I haven't had one for years. Can you pressure cook it as you can a Christmas pudding?
Martine - I'm sure you would enjoy it.Alex - thanks for dropping in. I'm not too fond of kidneys myself but just a little bit of the flavour is fine.Colin - I have never seen suet in France - wonder if you can get it - on the English shelf, perhaps.Rob-bear - it's irresistable.John - it definitely has more points than something with an awful lot of points !!Perpetua - I'm sure you can, in fact I think that's how my mother used to do suet puddings. Her apple pudding was fabulous.
My husband would love it! Unfortunately it's not in this American's cooking repertoire!
Reminded me that I used to make puds too years ago. I think I stopped because of having to make sure the water did not boil dry in the saucepan! Can remember my mum making a stupendous pud in an old teatowel. Looked anaemic and shapeless but tasted fab.
So that is what one looks like! I never knew!