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Published on Oct 11, 2019
Steak and kidney pudding is a classic British dish that is not often seen these days. A steak and kidney pudding consists of a suet pastry crust enclosing a rich and savoury filling of steak, kidney and thick gravy. It is absolute comfort food. The pudding is traditionally steamed for quite a long time, which may be why it's not so popular. Rag pudding comes from Oldham, just outside Manchester. It's the same idea, steak and kidney (or sometimes minced beef and onion) wrapped in suet crust pastry, but a rag pudding is cooked in a cloth rather than a bowl or basin. It's this cloth, or rag, that gives it its name. Both variations are delicious, and well worth giving a try.