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Chef Matthew Tomkinson turns a humble chicken terrine into something of real magnificence, adding black pudding to the terrine mix and serving with a garden-fresh piccalilli. Taking ingredients from the New Forest as well as the nearby coast and farms, Matthew produces dishes inspired by the location and the local produce.
Tess Ward's aim is 'to help people get to grips with produce-led, colourful dishes'. This simple to prepare Summer Green Salad with Crispy Black Pudding is just one example of how to make a delicious dish with just a few quality ingredients.
A nicely presented dish, including black pudding of course, with Beluga Lentils (we had not heard of them either), spiced apple and smoked duck. Certainly one to try if we ever figure out where the Lentils hide in the supermarket!
Pumpkin Salad Bacon Black Pudding | This simple and delicious warm pumpkin salad by Rose Prince is ideal for an autumnal starter dish.
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.
We like this Black Pudding & Feta Salad recipe because it is one Cathal has adapted to suit his own tastes and it contains two favourite other ingredients, feta cheese and maple syrup!
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.
Jamie Oliver introduces this dish of Poussin with Black Pudding saying “A bit of good-old black pudding under the skin of the poussin blows your socks off!”
Warm Winter Salad of Scallops, Black Pudding, Crispy Bacon & Buttered Apples via Delicious Magazine.
A great (slow-cooked) Pork Belly dish often requires some patience but the wait is worth the time and effort. This is a dish by Stephen Terry which featured on the menu of his Abergavenny restaurant earlier in the year.
This is a recipe with an Irish influence created by Michelle of TheLastFoodBlog.com. The aim of her blog is to share with you ideas for "simple, good food that everyone will enjoy".
Another easy to prepare all-in-one dish by cook and writer Nigel Slater. If you like a 'standard' toad-in-the-hole, then adding the rest of your breakfast ingredients can only make the dish even better!!
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