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Chef Andy Bates is a regular contributor to FoodNetwork.co.uk and this is his recipe for Lancashire Tart with Black Pudding, Onion and Bacon.
This recipe by André Garrett was published by TheCaterer.com to mark the occasion of 'The Glorious Twelfth' – the name given to 12 August, when the red grouse shooting season begins.
Chef Tom Kerridge's Black Pudding Mash is a simple and easy way to spice up your mashed potato for an extra special mealtime treat. This mash goes really well with pork so why not add it to your roast dinner or serve with some good quality sausages and onion gravy.
This Roast Woodpigeon recipe is similar in nature and ingredients to André's Roast Grouse dish. A different game bird and the subtle variations in recipe flavours also make it worthy of sharing.
A sophisticated fish starter created by Michelin Star chef Nigel Haworth. With a creamy mustard sauce, succulent butter-poached Rainbow Trout and crispy fried onion rings, this elegant dish offers plenty in terms of both texture and flavour.
James Martin recommends this peppery celeriac soup, topped with luxurious seafood and delicious black pudding for a great opening dinner party dish.
Si & Dave combine Scallops with Bacon, Black Pudding and Colcannon in this recipe featured on their BBC show Hairy Bikers' Best of British, their culinary journey through time to celebrate British food.
We have shared a Frittata recipe with you before, but this Clonakilty White Pudding Mushroom recipe is slightly different in cooking style and core ingredients. It still remains a light and easy to prepare lunch or brunch dish.
There are several recipes for Scotch Eggs but we really like this one by Donal Skehan. The addition of apple to the filling and the accompanying beetroot relish make this easy to prepare dish even more appetising.
This recipe, by Emily Watkins, is a fabulous twist on one of our classic dishes. Using hot suet pastry, a slow-cooked aromatic sage & onion puree and served with homemade crackling this is a fantastic dinner party dish.
This recipe, by James Mackenzie, is made up of crispy black pudding, beans and langoustine in a creamy sauce, perfectly topped off with a wild garlic crust - all in season for the spring months.
Young or Old, you can never get tired of a good hearty plate of Bangers & Mash with gravy! We know you don't really need a recipe for this but we wanted to share Donal Skehan's modern twist on this family favourite using some the best Irish ingredients.
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