Black pudding sandwich

Half Hour Meals

This is a version of the Fernandez and Wells sandwich that I would scoff for breakfast when I worked near Soho, in London, years ago. The quality of the black pudding is crucial as that cardboard-like stuff with the texture of sawdust just won’t work.

8 baps or rolls or barmcakes or 8 slices of sourdough
softened butter
6 duck eggs, boiled for 5 minutes, then refreshed in cold water and peeled
4-6 tbsp top quality mayonnaise
salt and freshly ground black pepper
400-450g top quality black pudding
vegetable or corn oil for frying

Slice the black pudding into 1cm thick slices if they are the large cylinder types or into 2 or 3 lengthways if they are the Bury-style puddings.

Chop the duck eggs and mix with a good amount of mayonnaise and season well. Pan-fry the black pudding for about 2-3 minutes on each side.

Spread the butter on to the bread then spoon the egg mayonnaise on to one half with the black pudding on top and the other half of the bread on top.

Give the bread a light toasting on each side and serve.

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One Response to “Black pudding sandwich”

  1. ……….13 August 2009 The Bury Black Pudding Company.Made up of over 400 companies and worth over 900 million Greater Manchester s food and drink sector is seeing strong market growth with large manufacturers investing in the city region and home-grown independent companies setting-up and expanding..One of the sector s growing success stories is The Bury Black Pudding Company a Greater Manchester-based black pudding manufacturer that has moved rapidly from market stall to purpose built factory supplying the UK s top supermarkets and food retailers..Founded in 2002 by Debbie Pierce and Richard Morris who together have over 40 years experience in black pudding manufacturing the business was built from a small factory in Farnworth. Sales quickly increased both over the internet and at its longstanding stall at Bury Market..After just three months Asda s local sourcing initiative saw the company s black pudding rings and slices being sold in 10 local Asda stores and on the back of enquiries from another national supermarket a brand new factory in Bury was built where The Bury Black Pudding Company has been located since February 2006. In the same year the company also achieved a grade A accreditation in quality from the British Retail Consortium.. Black pudding had not been made in Bury since the 1950 s so it was like bringing black pudding back to its roots says Debbie Pierce Managing Director of The Bury Black Pudding Company..The brand and its reputation for quality black pudding grew and within 18 months the company expanded from nine to 37 staff with production increasing from five tonnes to over 17 tonnes per week.

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