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Interesting; not a fan of oatmeal or raisins, but if I were hunger I might try it.
Thanks for this recipe. I can't tolerate wheat, but I can eat oatmeal. I'm definitely going to try this. I can buy suet at my grocery store in the meat department. Ottawa, Canada
I'm starting to think suet is more of a British thing…. it's like in every shop here
You have become addicted to Nutmeg
Does the staff get to eat the rest of what you make for the video? I suspect the recipes make large amounts because families were much larger back then.
Would cold butter as a modern equivalent and replacement of suet?
Him: We've got our raisinsMe: aight imma head out.
In hell, the cooks are English…
I think youre right that the oatmeal is the NE part. I am about to make an oatmeal pudding from Hannah Greene’s book and its almost identical…except it uses the oats and milk from scratch and not as oatmeal.
This guy uses nutmeg like Chef John uses cayenne. I love it <3
The carrs grocery store in Wasilla Alaska does carry raw suet. Its wonderful stuff
Oh my goodness another similar treat to my culture in Newfoundland. Some still boil this type of pudding in a cloth bag in the boiled dinner pot called jigs dinner popular in some families still today. Refer to Bonitas Kitchen.
is almond milk ok?
I tried smoking nutmeg once. A long time ago.
This is the recipe for a traditional clootie dumpling from Scotland – they are still made now, but with flour instead of oatmeal.
I'm happy to be living in the cinnamon generation.
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mum used nanas old flour sacking cloth for the boiled pudding and would tie it to a stick and it would hand from that – it was an awesome filling delicious pudding – with custard and whipped cream
Looks fire oldschool homie.
That reminds me a lot of eastfresian Mehlpüt 😀
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