English to Welsh Meaning :: suet

Suet :
siwed
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Noun(1) hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and sheep

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(1) Use suet or specialty suet cakes with added berries or peanuts to attract woodpeckers, chickadees, titmice, Carolina wrens and wintering warblers.(2) We laugh now at Mrs. Beeton's quaint terminology and the way she'd suggest,ÔÇÿTake two pounds of flour, a pound of shredded suet and a dozen eggs.ÔÇÖ(3) Today I watched as two young Carolina wrens waited for mom or pop to feed them some delicious white stuff that you and I call suet .(4) Insect-eating birds go for suet and peanut butter; seed eaters prefer sunflower seeds, millet and mixed birdseed.(5) The sugar and flour in this dish have very little nutritional value, but studies suggest that the saturated fat in butter and suet is not a major cause of weight gain or heart disease.(6) Today's pies are made from the sweeter ingredients and usually contain shredded suet , raisins, sultanas, apple, and candied orange and lemon peel.(7) In a large mixing bowl, mix together the flour, suet and coriander, and add enough cold water to form a soft dough.(8) The suet in suet cakes is rendered, or cooked, so it becomes less prone to melting and spoiling, and then is made into pressed cakes.(9) Mincemeat is not difficult to make, especially if you use ready-made suet .(10) Standard ingredients are flour, breadcrumbs, suet , dried fruit, eggs, treacle, spices, sugar, and milk, with a raising agent and often with some apple or carrot.(11) However, instead of suggesting his film star friends stick to their egg-white omelettes and leave his suet pastry crusts alone, Roddam decided to do something completely different.(12) The traditional Scottish delicacy is made from a lamb or deer's stomach stuffed with offal such as the lungs and heart, suet , oatmeal and seasoning.(13) suet dumplings(14) They were invited to sample haggis, the national dish of Scotland - that spicy mix of offal, suet and vegetables, delicately encased in sheep's intestines.(15) Often accompanied by a soup or broth, these types of dumplings can be made with a base of anything from potatoes, semolina, farma, or even suet or meat.(16) And traditionally many do use suet instead of butter.
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