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Store Black Pudding

Made from beef, not pork, all of our puddings are made in house to a traditional Scottish recipe using only the finest ingredients and the attention to detail that we are known for

Created with the finest Scottish oatmeal, onion, spices, and Scottish beef, our black pudding is a popular alternative to the more expensive Stornoway range. Not just for a fry up, black pudding is exceptionally versatile and can add depth and savoury flavour to many dishes. A great way to cut time and cost at mealtimes without sacrificing on meaty flavour or goodness.

£2.29£8.99

£8.99
£2.29

Store Black Pudding

Description

Made from beef, not pork, all of our puddings are made in house to a traditional Scottish recipe using only the finest ingredients and the attention to detail that we are known for

Created with the finest Scottish oatmeal, onion, spices, and Scottish beef, our black pudding is a popular alternative to the more expensive Stornoway range. Not just for a fry up, black pudding is exceptionally versatile and can add depth and savoury flavour to many dishes. A great way to cut time and cost at mealtimes without sacrificing on meaty flavour or goodness.

Additional information

Ingredients

Water, Black Pudding Mix (Oats (Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Haemoglobin Powder, Rusk (Wheat Flour (calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin) Salt), raising agent: E503ii), Spices: Black Pepper, Alspice), Salt (E503ii, Anti Caking Agent). For Allergens, Please see ingredients in bold.

Shelf Life

Minimum of 7 Days on Delivery. Keep refrigerated or freeze on delivery.

Packaging

All our produce is sold Fresh and never Frozen. This product will be carefully packed in a protective atmosphere by our team for freshness ready for super chilled delivery in our temperature-controlled packaging.

Cooking Tips

Sliced black pudding, white pudding, fruit pudding, and sliced haggis all behave in pretty much the same way. Fry the slices in a hot lightly greased frying pan or grill pan for 2 to 3 minutes on each side.

You can also cook pudding slices in the oven if it is easier but they won't crisp up on the outside. The method is handy though if the oven is already on or you are cooking a one-pot bake.

If you are cooking puddings to be broken up into a salad or chopped up into chunks cook the slices whole. If you try to cook small pieces you may end up with an awful mess. Get creative with puddings. Use as a savoury stuffing, add to soup as croutons or toss chunks into a salad.