Steak and Kidney Pudding: Such a wonderful, and when well cooked, delicious traditional English dish. Anthony J Sargeant highly recommends this recipe. It used very nice beef skirt and ox kidney together with some rehydrated dried porcini mushrooms.
10 Steps to a Traditional Steak and Kidney Pudding
Steak and Kidney Pudding is a great British classic recipe full of tender, meat in a thick sauce. The Steak and Kidney Pudding recipe may at first look a little daunting, but don’t be put off, it is actually quite straightforward and all the efforts are well worth it. It's a delicious dish.
Steak and Kidney Pudding: I often double the quantities for the meat filling, then freeze half, so I'm only a defrost away from another pudding. Traditionally, oysters were added to steak and kidney pud; I thought a little oyster sauce might be an appropriate contemporary adaptation, and it was, rewardingly so. And I happened to find some beer called Oyster Stout which seemed entirely right for it too, but it's hardly essential: any stout in a storm . . .