suet


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su·et

 (so͞o′ĭt)
n.
The hard fatty tissues around the kidneys of cattle and sheep, used in cooking and for making tallow.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman *suet, accusative of sue, tallow, variant of Old French sieu, from Latin sēbum.]

suet

(ˈsuːɪt; ˈsjuːɪt)
n
1. (Biochemistry) a hard waxy fat around the kidneys and loins in sheep, cattle, etc, used in cooking and making tallow
2. (Cookery) a hard waxy fat around the kidneys and loins in sheep, cattle, etc, used in cooking and making tallow
[C14: from Old French seu, from Latin sēbum]
ˈsuety adj

su•et

(ˈsu ɪt)

n.
the hard fatty tissue about the loins and kidneys of beef, sheep, etc., used in cooking and for tallow.
[1350–1400; < Anglo-French *suet=su-, sew < Latin sēbum tallow + -et -et]
su′et•y, adj.

suet

The fat around beef and lamb kidneys and loins.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.suet - hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and sheepsuet - hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and sheep
edible fat - oily or greasy matter making up the bulk of fatty tissue in animals and in seeds and other plant tissue

suet

noun
Adipose tissue:
Translations
شَحْم يُغَطِّي كِليتي الضَّأْن
lůj
talg
faggyú
mör, innanfita
lajus
nieru tauki
loj
iç yağı

suet

[sʊɪt] Nsebo m
suet puddingpudín m a base de sebo

suet

[ˈsuːɪt] nsuif m

suet

nNierenfett nt, → Nierentalg m; suet pudding (sweet) im Wasserbad gekochte Süßspeise, zu der Nierenfett verwendet wird (savoury) mit Nierenfett zubereitete Pastete

suet

[ˈsʊɪt] ngrasso di rognone

suet

(ˈsuːit) noun
the hard fat from around the kidneys of an ox or sheep.
References in classic literature ?
With these incoherent exclamations, the young woman burst into another fit of crying, and got so dreadfully hysterical, that a couple of women who came up at the moment asked a butcher's boy with a shiny head of hair anointed with suet, who was also looking on, whether he didn't think he had better run for the doctor.
Long-Beard thrust his hairy paw into the bear meat and drew out a handful of suet, which he sucked with a meditative air.
Long-Beard dipped into the bear-carcass and sucked with toothless gums at a fist of suet.
said Jurgis' friend; the things that went into the mixture were tripe, and the fat of pork, and beef suet, and hearts of beef, and finally the waste ends of veal, when they had any.
They are a merry couple," said the Tinker, "for one is as lean as an old wife's spindle, and the other as fat as a suet pudding.
Firstly, the Philanthropists were in very bad training: much too fleshy, and presenting, both in face and figure, a superabundance of what is known to Pugilistic Experts as Suet Pudding.
The fault of Euphemia is that she will not, simply will not, chop the suet sufficiently small.
For a moment his small eyes bulged like currants in the suet of his face; the next, he had pocketed his pistols on a professional instinct, and was upon us with his fists.
The hills sweated the ghi and sugar suet off his bones; the dry air, taken sobbingly at the head of cruel passes, firmed and built out his upper ribs; and the tilted levels put new hard muscles into calf and thigh.
In this column I have given several pudding recipes based on sponge, treacle sponge pudding, marmalade pudding, chocolate and even banana puddings, but in the main I have reserved suet crusts for savoury dishes with the notable exception of Christmas pudding.
Beef suet is one of the most valuable items on the menu.
If you want to make a veggie version of this simply swap the meat for veggie mince and the suet for vegetarian suet.