Cut up 1 or 2 mutton flaps into tiny squares, barely cover with water, sprinkle with salt and pepper and simmer until quite tender (there will be very little liquid left). Put aside till cool, when fat sets, skim and return to stove. Now add 1 pint milk, 3 sliced onions, and cook gently till onions are tender. Thicken with flour and milk, add a handful of chopped parsley and serve hot.
Source: contributed by Mrs Edwin Kleemann, Tanunda in The Barossa Cookery Book: 1000 Selected Recipes from a District Celebrated Throughout Australia for the Excellence of its Cookery. Every Recipe of Proved Merit and Signed as such by the Donors (33rd edition, 2006), p.22.
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