Atora Shredded Vegetable Suet is prefect for making dumplings, pies and pastries.
In addition to having the same great blend of flavours as the original, this vegetable suet tends to give slightly lighter and fluffier results. This is sometimes preferable (though a matter of personal choice of course).
Atora’s first shredded suet was produced in 1893 and has proven to be popular due to its ease of use and the great results in the kitchen.
Most popular with customers in France, Italy, United States of America (USA), Greece, Spain, Portugal, Canada, Sweden and Denmark, but you can buy Atora Shredded Vegetable Suet for delivery worldwide.
One of our Atora branded products, and is suitable for vegetarians.Add to Basket - Back to Top
Contains Wheat. Always check the product packaging as manufacturers can occasionally change batches.
Vegetable Oils (85%) (Sustainable Palm, Sunflower), Wheat Flour (with added Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin).
Lifestyle / Additives
- Suitable for Vegetarians.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- To prevent suet melting and for best results always keep pack refrigerated. This product is susceptible to melting, please keep away from direct sunlight and store in a cool, dry place, for best results, keep the pack refrigerated. Once opened, keep refrigerated and dispose after 4 weeks. For best before end, see other end.
- Pack Type: Box.
Caroline from Korea Republic of
I can't get Suet at the Commissary only shortening....which is not the same! Finally realized I could get Atora Suet from British Corner shop. Used it to make my crispy dumpling stew WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Even my husband noticed. My pastry is coming out better too. Love my Atora! And the fact that it's already grated makes life so much easier. The only issue is that I need to bulk order in the colder months because it simply gets too hot to ship it in the summer months so my kimchi fridge has a stash of Atora Suet in it! Happy days. :
Susan from Portugal
Wouldn't be without this in my store cupboard, always handy and easy to use. A go-to product that you can use time after time, very versatile. My husband wouldn't forgive me if I ran out of Atora, he is a great dumpling fan and the winter months wouldn't be the same without it. I don't know where I would be without the corner shop delivering this for me.
Gabrielle from Italy
I am gobsmacked by being able to so easily find this product, which means I don't have to soften industrial quantities of unsalted butter when making my own mincemeat and Xmas puddings. Thank you, BCS for making my Xmas market so easy to pull off.
Helen from United States
I have grown up using suet for dumplings in stews especially steak and kidney stew with dumplings, and for making suet pudding sultana suet pudding, with custard, my favorite dessert. I cannot think of any kind of substitute for it at all. I've used original atora, and vegetable atora, and both serve the purpose equally well!
Mark from United States
I cannot be without this product and cannot wait for Fall so I can make dumplings in stews, this was a must have in England. I sometimes make them plain or add herbs or even cheese. Also essential if you are making traditional suet puddings or crusts, Only Brand to use, great quality always
Valerie from Korea Republic of
Suet is really versatile and I use it to make both sweet and savoury dumplings, as well as the traditional dessert 'spotted dick'. I recently made dinner for some other foreigners here in Korea, (mostly Americans), and the dumplings in the meat stew were the runaway success of the evening.
I wasn't sure if the vegetable suet would taste the same as the traditional one, but I didn't notice any difference at all.
Suzie from France
I decided to try the vegetable suet instead of the usual animal fat one because it said on the packet that it is 30% less fat, which is always a good thing. But what I did find that as well as making the normal dumplings and pastry toppings for pies, I could also in mincemeat for mince pies as well as making very light and short short crust pastry. Other British friends here in France have opted to use beef fat from the butchers, but this is by far a tastier and lighter option.
Christine from Italy
Shredded suet is one product which just does not exist anywhere except in England. How can one make forcemeat balls for Christmas or dumplings to put in Boxing Day turkey soup without it? Last year I took it to America so as to have a traditional English Christmas with my American inlaws and my American daughter-in-law asked me to ensure that she gets some every year so that she can keep up the tradition with my son. Thanks to BCS, I already have the solution.
Elizabeth from Italy
I've always been a fan of dumplings and instead of buying the original version of this product, I thought I'd try the light version. I was very impressed by how easy it was to use and by the quality of the finished article. I really couldn't tell the difference between the two versions and with a vegetarian in the family, this is a product that will keep us all happy.Add to Basket - Back to Top
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