Gold Metal Suet Pudding

Suet?  You mean the stuff I put in the old onion bag and hang outside for my chickadees??  No way.  I wouldn’t touch this one with a 400 mile pole.  Feel free to prove me wrong and make this mess.  I am thinking it is something like mincemeat pie.  Which I abhor.

Gold Medal Suet Pudding

3 ½ cups Gold Medal flour

1 tsp. soda

1 tsp. salt

2 tsp. cinnamon

1 cup suet

1 cup sweet or sour milk

1 cup molasses

1 cup raisins

1 cup chopped figs or dates

1 cup chopped nuts

Sift flour once before measuring.  Take about ½ of the measured flour out to dredge the fruit.  Mix and sift together the remaining flour, salt, and cinnamon.  Chop suet fine and add to the milk and molasses.  Combine the two mixtures and add the fruit, which has been dredged with the flour.  Grease a round pudding mold with a tube center three one pound tins and fill 2/3 full of mixture.  Cover mold and place in steamer for three hours.



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