Three cups of sifted flour in which three teaspoonfuls of baking
powder have been sifted; one cup of finely chopped suet, well rubbed
into the flour, with a teaspoonful of salt. Wet all with sweet milk
to make a dough as stiff as biscuit. Make into small balls as large
as peaches, well floured.
Drop into the soup three-quarters of an hour before being served.
This requires steady boiling, being closely covered, and the cover
not to be removed until taken up to serve. A very good form of pot pie.