Beef with Suet Pudding

Slow-cooked Piece of Longhorn Beef with Sage and Onion Suet Pudding

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Appears in
On The Menu: Seasonal Recipes for a Culinary Life

By James Mackenzie

Published 2011

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You don’t necessarily need to use longhorn beef but a breed such as this really does improve the flavour of the finished dish. It’s simple dishes like this that are always popular with customers, probably because nobody has time to cook like this at home anymore. The little sage and onion suet pudding is a simple garnish filled with a slow-cooked mix of onions and fresh sage.