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sam from worthing

Kidney

I had ideas of making a steak and kidney pudding today.

so off i trots to my local co-op, which rarely stocks kidney or liver, but occassionaly it does.

anyway, to cut long story short...

I would usually buy lambs, and they come in pack of about 6-8. but this morning my co-op only had pigs kidney, which where huge.

becuase of that i didn;t buy, i brought ingredients to buy make a cottage pie (well i managed to make 3, one for tonight and 2 for the freezer)


question is, what kidney do you buy for a S & K pudd/pie, and how do you prep your kidneys.

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Gerry

kidney in s&k pie

"what kidney do you buy for a S & K pudd/pie, and how do you prep your kidneys."
Try to buy ox to go with the beef, but would use other if out of stock.
&"188; kidney to &"190; steak. Preparation: find it difficult cutting out the tube bits.

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foxylady

Kidney

Just put steak and kidney stew for 10 in oven. Used lambs because in freezer but don't mind beef or pigs in a stew. Always use pointy scissors to cut out bits in the middle. foxy x

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John S.

Kidney

I don't very often use kidney as it is not on the favourites list of most North Americans because it's offal, personally I love S&K pudding but when making it for guests I use mushrooms in place of kidney.
When I do use kidney I use beef or baby beef, I find pork kidney far too strong in flavour and is overpowering.

 
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