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Atora Shredded Beef Suet 240g - Pack of 2

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One last important point. These recipes prepared with “ATORA” are not only nice – they contain all the nourishment of good beef suet. Remember that suet is more than a cooking medium, it is a food, and there is no substitute for it. Keep the area around the bird feedertidy and remove any uneaten food. Make sure you keep feeding the birds as they get used to locations where they can find food, and will be regular visitors! Foods not to feed to birds You can find vegetable shortening in all supermarkets and it’s easily accessible and can be used for a range of recipes. Vegetable shortening is one of the best substitutes for suet.

This is another great substitute for suet, however only in certain recipes such as pie crusts. Or for some frying. Weigh out double that amount in flour (200 grams of suet to 400 grams of flour). If you’re using plain flour and adding bicarbonate of soda or baking powder then add in two teaspoons of that too. I’ll type up the ingredients for the recipes and the contents of the book in the coming weeks – this book has a special Christmas Fare section in the middle – an extra insert printed in full colour and giving Christmas Atora Suet Recipes! Put the fat and seeds in a saucepan and heat gently until the fat has melted. Pour the mixture into the yoghurt pots, stand in a tray and leave to set overnight in the fridge. Carefully remove the empty pot from the fat and hang the feeder from a tree. Pine cones However, it is not advised to use coconut oil because it is not a neutral oil and the flavor can affect the dish. If you’re in a pinch, you can use coconut oil in the same ratio but make sure that it is in its solid form, not liquid. Can I use butter instead of suet for Christmas pudding?Although suet is available in most supermarkets, there are many substitutes. Some of the best substitutes for suet include vegetable shortening, lard, coconut oil, ghee, and others. This is a good substitute for suet when frying, but is not advised to be used in pastries. It is essentially clarified butter, and by removing the milk solids the ghee has a much higher smoke point than even suet, making it good for frying. You can ask for beef fat at the butchers and use it the same way as suet in your recipes, making it a great substitute that will yield the same results as you would have when using suet. For a more natural looking feeder suspend a gnarly log from a tree branch. Push the fatty seed mix into its crevices and holes.

Some foods should never be fed to birds, including the fat from a roasting tin, salted nuts, desiccated coconut and cooked oats.To make dumplings, all you need to do each time is grab that box, open it and give the contents a good stir (to ensure they’re still mixed well) and spoon out as much as you need (by eye) for the number of dumplings you want to make! Then add water slowly to bring it into a dough. Just drop your dumplings into the top of your stew 20 minutes before the end! Now mix it all up – you can do this by spooning it around, or by fixing the lid on (securely) and giving it all a good shake.

Making fat balls is extremely easy, all you need is solid vegetable oil, beef suet or lard, plus bird seed mix, at a ratio of 1:2. Use a fat that is solid when unrefridgerated to avoid it melting and making a mess. Fat ball ingredients Reuse empty yoghurt pots to make hanging feeders. Make a small hole in the bottom of each pot and thread some string or twine through the hole in the bottom and out through the top of the pot, leaving it long enough to tie the feeder to a branch. Since then, Atora has been recognised as a convenient, economical and reliable food, with a good storage life. In fact, a tin of Atora suet was among the supplies taken by Captain Scott on his historical trek to the Antarctic in the early 1900s. It was returned to Atora many years later with the contents still pure and intact. You can substitute suet with an equal amount of vegetable shortening for any recipes that call for suet, as vegetable shortening will not alter the taste as it is quite neutral. Use an empty plastic drinks bottle to make a loose seed feeder. Make a couple of small holes in the bottom, to allow any water to drain. Use the drill, a heated metal skewer, or twist away with a pointy-ended implement.When cooked allow to cool completely then replace the parchment and foil covering for a fresh one and store in a cool dry place. That’s it – that’s your dumpling mix. I will point out, for clarity, that this mix is DRY. You don’t add the water until you’re ready to use the dry mix. That is an interesting short piece on the man who invented Atora – and how it is made – and what benefits Atora suet gave over making your own suet from fresh. Atora Suet Recipes: This piece of meat has a high smoke point, making it great for deep frying and pastry recipes. It is used in a lot of British cuisines, primarily in Christmas Pudding, traditionally. This may not be easily accessible in your supermarket, however, vegetable suet has become more popular over the years.

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