A Bury black pudding recipe for a summer’s day
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.
For the dressing
Put in a bottle or keep in the bowl and give it a good shake or stir before using.
Leaving the skin on the black pudding, slice in half keeping a horseshoe shape (the skin will help stop the black pudding from falling apart). Now you have cut the black pudding in half, carefully remove the skin. Now place the black pudding under the grill with bacon. Once bacon is crispy remove from grill and place on chopping board. Slice into lardons (long strips) remembering to turn the black pudding over during cooking.
Put black pudding on top and drizzle dressing over it.
CHEF TONY SAYS: A light way to enjoy a hearty classic Bury black pudding, sourced from the town’s world famous market and served with the freshest of summer salad leaves.
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