Three teaspoonfuls of chopped parsley. Salt and pepper. Three ounces of dripping. (Sufficient for four or five.)
Chop the meat and suet finely, add to them the chopped onion, parsley, and salt and pepper to taste. Beat up the egg and bind the mixture with it, then shape it into neat fiat cakes. Melt the dripping in a frying-pan; when a bluish smoke rises from it, put in the cakes two or three at a time, and fry them a good brown on each side. Heap up some mashed potato on a hot dish, mash it prettily with a fork, then arrange the steaks round the base; on each steak place two or three rings of fried onion, and pour some brown or tomato sauce round.
Cost, is. 3d.