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.
Confit Pork Belly Stuffed with Black Pudding by Graham Campbell, the youngest person in Scotland to receive a Michelin star [age of twenty-five], is simply a celebration of the marriage of Pork and Black Pudding!
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.
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.