Black pudding is not normally gluten free, it should contain barley, however, my fab butcher has sourced this delicious pudding with buckwheat, happy days!!!
I love this for a late breakfast or lunch and a couple of eggs with it would make it perfect.
If you want a couple of eggs, use a large pan and cook the eggs in the pan at the same time as the mushrooms, saves on washing up!
I don’t think this salad needs a dressing, the pudding and mushrooms add enough flavour, maybe just a little salt and pepper to taste?
This serves 2.
2 thick slices of black pudding, gluten free
12 chestnut mushrooms, finely sliced
handful spinach leaves
handful mixed salad leaves
Heat a large frying pan over a medium heat.
Once hot, crumble the black pudding into it and using the back of the spoon, squish down to break it further into crumbs.
Once the black pudding begins to release it’s fat, move the pudding to the side and add the mushrooms to the pan, fry until golden.
Plate on a serving plate with mixed leaves, mushrooms, spinach, avocado and top with black pudding to warm the avocado and let the spinach wilt a little.
10 thoughts on “Mushroom and Black Pudding Salad”
Gluten free black pudding. Grails come not a lot holier than that…
I was beyond happy when I found this black pudding! I buy it in 1kg sausages and then slice it and freeze it for later, clearly, I don’t share it with the rest of the family!!! 🙂 Ros
Smart move. Altruism has its limits…. 🙂
I absolutely adore black pudding – and serving it in lettuce makes it almost healthy … doesn’t it?
Oh yes Ginger, a few lettuce leaves and avocado definately balance out the black pudding!!! 🙂 Ros
Oh man! That sounds so good. I love black pudding – it’s one of the top foods I miss from home. I will have to try making this when I move back later this year.
Hi Maggie, it has taken me 4 years to find gluten free lack pudding! I can feel your pain! Safe travels. 🙂 Ros
This is a new recipe for me looks interesting
Thanks Natasha. 🙂 Ros