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Suet puddings

For centuries these have been a speciality of the English. They range from simple dumplings, through steak and kidney pie-type dishes (where suet pastry envelopes a slow-cooked 'stew', to desserts - such as jam roly poly and spotted dick.

Suet gives pastry a unique lightness and character, as it has a high melting point.

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