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Dumplings With Suet


  • 1 cupful of chopped suet
  • 2 scant cupfuls of flour
  • 1 teaspoonful of salt
  • 1/2 cupful of cold water


Mix together lightly the flour, suet and salt; then with a knife stir in quickly the water. The dough must be soft, but not sticky. Put it on a board, and roll it lightly to one inch thickness, and place it on the boiling stew in one cake. The stew must not stop boiling for a moment, or the dumpling will fall. Cook for one hour. The dough may be rolled into balls if preferred. When the dumpling is put in, draw the pot forward where it will heat quickly, and not arrest the boiling. When it is thoroughly hot, place it where it will simmer continually during the hour of cooking. If this rule is observed, it will be light and spongy. Where cooked meat is used, which does not require such long cooking, the dumplings may be boiled in water.

This mixture can be used for fruit and for roly-poly puddings.


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The Century Cook Book (1901).

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