Author: Helen Nugent
Grilled Bury black pudding with crispy bacon salad and wholegrain mustard dressing
CHEF TONY SAYS: a classic pub favourite using not only a Lancashire favourite but a product from my home town. You will see this dish on menus in most pubs in this part of the world.
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