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Liver and Kidney Pudding

Pastries - Steamed Crust
Historic

The organs fried before wrapping in paste. Essentially a more recent version of 'Umble Pie'. "A few herbs is a variation" (Soyer 1845)

See: Liver and Bacon, Steak and Kidney Pudding, Steak and Kidney Pie, Umble Pie


Original Receipt in 'A Shilling Cookery for The People' by Alexis Soyer (Soyer 1845);

246. Liver and Kidney Pudding,- Put in a frying-pan two ounces of dripping, two ounces of bacon, in dice; put it on the fire; when the liver and kidney are seasoned, place it in the pan, and stir round until it is set; each piece should be firm; then add a tablespoonful of flour, mixed with a gill and a half of coloured water, No. 462A. When nearly boiling, place it in the pudding, tie up, and boil three quarters of an hour. A few herbs is a variation.




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