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- White bread
- 1 pint of milk
- 2 eggs, slightly beaten
- Torn beef
- Cut white bread in small squares.
- Place in buttered casseroles first a layer of bread cubes, then a layer of cheese, repeat making 4 layers in all, having top layer of cheese.
- Make a custard of 1 pint of milk, 2 eggs slightly beaten, and salt and pepper.
- Pour this over the bread and cheese mix, and bake 1 hour in a slow oven. 325. for one hour.
- Shortly before pudding is done make creamed chipped beef, and pour over a serving of the pudding.
- First frizzle the torn beef, in butter [sif] required amount of four over this, stirring well until meat is well coated, then add the milk and stir until smooth and nicely thickened.
- Cook at least 10 min. slowly.