How To Make Suet Pudding At Home

Suet Pudding

You should definitely have suet pudding on your menu during Christmas. Today, let’s see how you can make it at your home.

A suet pudding was originated in the United Kingdom. It is a British cuisine made up of wheat and suet, either boiled, steamed or baked. Ever heard of meat cooked in the form of a dessert? Well then, this dish is a meat-based dessert. But you can also cook it as a savoring meal.

To make suet pudding, mix suet, baking soda, raisins, corn syrup, water, salt, one teaspoon, cinnamon, nutmeg, flour, cloves and baking powder in a bowl. Steam the mixture in a steamer. Now, make the sauce by adding add milk, butter, salt, sugar and cornstarch to a pan and heat it. Serve.

Now, it’s time to see the detailed recipe. But before we jump onto the recipe, let’s check out some other desserts that you might like.

1. Sticky Toffee PuddingSticky toffee pudding is a British dessert that is popular in the UK and also in other territories like Australia and New Zealand. It is considered as one of the finest English desserts and it’s my favorite too, because of its moist texture and sweet taste.

2. Tomato PuddingMost people think that pudding is always made up of vanilla, chocolate or butterscotch. But this tomato pudding is going to surprise you. This crispy, crimson, and fragrant pudding is a treat straight from the oven.

3. Marie Biscuit PuddingThis biscuit pudding is a simple to make dessert that is a perfect choice if you are planning to make a dessert. The ingredients needed are easily available and the good thing is that it can be prepared a day ahead.

4. Hershey’s Baked Yoghurt PuddingBaked Yoghurt Pudding is a healthy and creamy dessert. Fresh cream would enhance its texture and flavour. Also, custard powder is one of the ingredients which would only add to the taste of an already delicious yoghurt dessert.

Ingredients for Suet Pudding

IngredientsAmount
Suet (chopped)1 cup
Raisins1 cup
Dark Corn Syrup1 cup
Water1 cup
Baking Soda1 teaspoon
Salt2 teaspoons
Nutmeg½ teaspoons
Cinnamon1 teaspoons
Cloves¼ teaspoons
All-purpose Flour3 cups
Baking Powder1 teaspoon
Milk2 cups
Butter1 tablespoon
White Sugar1 cup
Cornstarch 2 tablespoons
Vanilla Extract1 teaspoons

Looking at the ingredients seems like an interesting pudding is about to get cooked. So grab these ingredients. They are easy to get. Let me tell you how much time will suet pudding take to prepared.

How Much Time Will It Take?

Preparation TimeCooking TimeTotal Time
30 minutes30 minutes1 hour

This pudding will take an hour to be cooked. But it will be worth all the wait. Once made, this will be a constant dessert in your festive meals.

Suet Pudding Recipe

Suet Pudding recipe
  1. Mix suet, baking soda, raisins, corn syrup, water, salt, one teaspoon, cinnamon, nutmeg, flour, cloves and baking powder in a bowl.
  2. Steam this mixture in a steamer with 1-inch hot water and not boiling water. Check the variety with a toothpick. If the toothpick comes out clean, then it is steamed properly.
  3. Make the sauce in a saucepan. For this, add milk, butter, salt, sugar and cornstarch. Mix them well till it becomes thick. Add some vanilla extract. 
  4. Serve the pudding with warm sauce. 

The sauce you made can also be used with gingerbread. Try it with milk steak (to be interlinked) and enjoy the combination.

Nutritional Breakdown of Suet Pudding

Calories798
Protein8.7g
Carbohydrates125.3g
Fat30.5g
Cholesterol29.4mg
Sodium1015mg

How to Make Suet Pudding at Home | Video

What a unique dessert is for the festive dinner. If you prefer step-by-step instructions of the recipe, watch the video I have added to make it easier to use.

Video by KeefCooks

Can’t wait to begin with the suet pudding recipe? Try it and share your reviews in the comment section. Just in case you have any queries related to the recipe, you can ask your questions in the comment section. If you liked this recipe, do share it with your family and friends. Bon Appetite!

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