Suet is an ingredient often used at Christmas time, in things such as Mince Pies and Christmas Pudding, but Sometimes it is hard to find in the stores. So why not visit your local butcher, buy some and make your own at home.
How to make Suet at home
Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Suet, fresh from the butchers and Frozen
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Place the frozen suet into a food processor with the blade attachment. Add some flour and blitz or pulse very carefully. Try not to over blitz as you need some texture left in the suet. Pour into a sieve and sieve out the excess flour. You can use the flour when you make your mince pies or Christmas puddings. Store your suet in a sealed container in the fridge and use within a day or two. Otherwise store again in the freezer until required.