Black Pudding

Kevin Kindland

Kevin Kindland

2nd February 2014

Black Pudding

gently melt butter, sweat onion and thyme till extrememly soft add the piri piri and cook for a furt...


  • 1 bag of blood powder
  • 4 pints of ale
  • tbs and a half of piri piri flakes
  • 250grs unsalted butter
  • salt and pepper
  • 50gs thyme leaves chopped
  • 1 large white onion


gently melt butter, sweat onion and thyme till extrememly soft add the piri piri and cook for a further 5 mins add the ale and take off the heat and allow to cool add the mix to the powder and season and mix thoroughly till it looks like a cake batter consitensy double line a baking tin or bread loaf tin with cling film, with enough over hang to fold over the top of the mix spoon in the mix till about an inch and a half deep fold the remaining cling film over so its sealed cling film the whole tin and then tin foil the lot bake at 160oc roughly for 40 mins – probe until its at 60oc and then remove and allow to cool slice when cold to serve – reheat in a pan with butter for best results

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