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Crispy Black Pudding Breakfast

Even though Black pudding dishes is from northern England, this black pudding recipe is more authentically Mexican then you might think. Offal and blood sausage is widely eaten in Mexico. Their version of black pudding recipe is called Moronga. So when online butcher and deli Heartier, challenged us to come up with some recipe ideas using underappreciated cuts of meat, we made a special request for black pudding recipe as we knew it’d make a great Mexican breakfast.

If you’ve never tried it Black pudding starter is a great way to start the day, especially when it’s all crispy and served with toasted fresh bread and perfectly runny eggs. The only thing that can make that better is a little bit of our smoky Chipotle Mayo. Now you’re talking!

  • Prep time

    5 mins

  • Cook time

    10 mins

  • Total time

    15 mins

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How to make it

  1. Get a frying pan onto a medium/high heat and add a little olive oil.
  2. Remove casing from black pudding and crumble into frying pan. Allow to crisp up before stirring around.
  3. When happy with the texture, remove from heat. It should take about 7 or 8 mins.
  4. Get a saucepan of water boiling. Add the eggs and boil for between 5-6 minutes for soft boiled, runny yolks.
  5. Drain eggs and run under cold water until cool enough to handle. Carefully peel shell.
  6. Toast bread and spread over a little Gran Luchito Chipotle Mayo.
  7. Sprinkle over the crispy black pudding and top with an egg.
  8. Season and enjoy! your black pudding starter

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Love black pudding! The chipotle mayo was perfect with the spices of the pudding. I poached my eggs instead of boiling. 5*

Fergus - El Capitan - Gran Luchito

Thanks Douglas – so glad you are enjoying the Mayo – great idea to poach the eggs! smile

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