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Suet Sponge
Pies and Pastries

Usually a dough of flour with approximately half its weight of suet and enough milk to beat to a dropping consistency, now commonly with baking powder added.


Preparing Spotted Dick at a Communal Hostel in Devon, 1941
Image: HMSO


Some examples include:
Baroness Pudding
Belvoir House Pudding
Canary Pudding
Castle Pudding
Cheltenham Pudding
Chocolate Fudge Pudding
Chocolate Pudding
Ginger Pudding
Glastonbury Pudding
Gotham Pudding
Isle of Wight Pudding
Lemon or Orange Pudding
Newcastle Pudding
Pear and Ginger Upside-down Pudding
Plum Pudding
Rochester Pudding
Somersetshire Puddings
Spotted Dick
Sticky Toffee Pudding
Sutherland or Castle Puddings
Treacle or Syrup Upside-Down Pudding
Treacle Pudding





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