Ingredients: Pork, Water, Oats, Onions, Barley, Seasoning, Salt, Spices, Parsley, Sodium Phosphate, Dextrose, Sodium Nitrite.
A must for your Sunday mornings, this white pudding can be cooked with sweet potatoes, cheese, chestnuts, apples, truffles, or so many other food items. It is versatile and scrumptious.
Pork, water, oats, onions, barley, seasoning, salt, spices, parsley, sodium phosphate, dextrose, and sodium nitrate
Serving Size: 114 gm
Fry – Slice the product into discs approximately 1cm thick. Heat some oil in a pan and add the slices of white pudding. Allow the white pudding to cook for 3-4 minutes on each side.
Grill – Slice the product into discs approximately 1cm thick. Place all the white pudding slices on a tray under a pre-heated grill. Allow the white pudding to cook for 3-4 minutes on each side.
Microwave – Slice the product into discs approximately 1cm thick. Keep the heat of the microwave on full power and cook the white pudding slices for 60 – 90 seconds.
Oven – Slice the product into discs approximately 1cm thick. Preheat the oven to 190°C. Oil a baking tray and place the white pudding slices on it. Allow the white pudding to cook for 6-8 minutes, flipping it once in between.
There is a common misconception that people at times consider white pudding to be the same as black pudding. However, unlike black pudding, the main content of which is blood, there is no animal blood present in it. Instead, white pudding has a high content of meat along with some cereals, meats, and spices. Different brands use various fillers, including breadcrumbs, oatmeal, barley, or fat. Traditionally, a wider range of ingredients was used in preparing white pudding, which currently has been funnelled down to fewer ingredients.
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