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Hampshire Bacon Pudding

ingredients

serves 4
2 cups (225 g) 8 oz flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
75 to 100 g (3 to 4 oz) shredded suet
2 onions, chopped
6 bacon rashers, rinded
1/2 teaspoon dried sage

method

1. Sift the flour, baking powder and salt into a bowl.

2. Mix in the suet, then bind with water.

3. Roll out the dough into an oblong.

4. Cover with the onions and bacon, leaving a margin clear around the edge.

5. Sprinkle with the sage, salt and pepper.

6. Dampen the edges and roll up.

7. Tie in a cloth and boil for 2 hours, or steam wrapped in greaseproof paper for 3 hours.

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Bacon pudding
posted by tim @ 05:04PM, 11/23/08
My mother used to make this sort of thing but the bacon and onion was layered in a basin along with potato slices and topped with suet pudding.we always knew it as bacon jack
BACON PUDDING
posted by RICHARD @ 06:45PM, 2/08/09
THE BACON PUDDING I KNOW WAS MADE WITH GREEN ONIONS, STILL GOOD, I WOULD LIKE YO KNOW WHAT, TRADITIONALLY, ONE SERVE WITH IT
Bacon Jack / Bacon Pudding
posted by Rod @ 09:27AM, 7/24/09
I have also seen this recipe listed as Berkshire Bacon pudding as well, however I don't believe this is actually a regional dish to either county. To my knowledge it was also eaten by families in London's East End and also in the Midlands and known as Bacon Jack. But what ever you choose to call it, it is a fabulous rib-sticking winter meal.
What to serve
posted by sotoned @ 08:31AM, 12/31/09
I love making this plus other money saving meals, I think it is best served with boiled cabbage and boiled potatoes and a thick gravy mmm delicious
How much water?
posted by lynn @ 10:54AM, 1/03/12
How much water do i boil it in? do you cover it in water?
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