Black Pudding (Ireland)
(10 servings) Printable Version
In a very large bowl, soak bread crumbs in the milk. Add the blood and stir. Add cooked barely and stir. Grate the beef suet into the bowl. Add the oatmeal and stir. Finally add onion and seasonings and stir once more.
Dived the mixture among two large roasting pans - filling them about 2/3 full.
Bake for one hour until the pudding is completely cooked.
Allow pudding to cool completely.
Cut into squares and fry in butter until the edges of both sides are crisp.
Serve as part of a traditional Irish breakfast.
Part of a traditional Irish breakfast. Check out this article about St. Patrick's Day and this recipe for White Pudding (No Blood).
Mr Breakfast would like to thank IrishNick for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
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Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 3 votes.
You can make a vegetarian version of black pudding by replacing the suet and blood with mashed black beans and mushrooms.
Comment submitted: 8/27/2013 (#16292)
Why oh why does everything have to come from a US supermarket? I live in Europe for heaven's sake. I thought this is the World Wide Web.
Comment submitted: 2/20/2013 (#15202)
I've heard about this and want to try it, but can you imagine going to an American grocery store and asking for pig's blood and beef suet. Smile. LOL
Comment submitted: 2/5/2013 (#15135)
If you cook the onions before adding the recipe is much tastier and a 1/2 tspn of mace gives a very distinctive flavour very good basic recipe.
Comment submitted: 3/2/2009 (#7683)
From pudding people
It actually tastes ok if you don't think about the blood part but I prefer white pudding.
Comment submitted: 7/9/2008 (#5852)
Out of a pig.
Ask at your nearest slaughterhouse if you aren't into do-it-yourself.
Comment submitted: 5/10/2008 (#5229)
From THEDODE (Team Breakfast Member)
Can you freeze syrup?
Comment submitted: 10/28/2007 (#3864)
Where does one get pigs blood. :)
Comment submitted: 9/29/2006 (#406)
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