BBQ bacon wrapped black pudding

Black pudding…..check……Bacon……check…..BBQ sauce…..check

This one will make a lot of people happy guaranteed!

I managed to get a lovely whole black pudding, wrapped it with back bacon, to be honest I think some streaky would have been better, but hey, it worked, I popped this lovely parcel on a medium hot BBQ cooking indirectly over coals for five minutes, then flipped over on top of the coals and cook until the bacon is starting to crisp, the pudding may well split a little, but that’s ok, brush on a little BBQ sauce of your choice, flip once more and and brush again cook a couple of minutes more, and slice into thick chunks, grab yourself a slice or two and retreat to a safe distance while your guests dive in…..

You could do a whole one for yourself if you are so inclined, and I think next time that’s exactly what I will do. Chefs perk.

8 responses to this post.

  1. Oh my, Marcus… that is… meaty… :D. Thought I’d join in with the dots.

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  2. Got to be done really 🙂
    Cheers
    Marcus

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  3. I think I might just eat it all myself!

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  4. […] saw this recipe for boudin noir at Country Wood Smoke https://countrywoodsmoke.wordpress.com/2012/07/12/bbq-bacon-wrapped-black-pudding/ yesterday that made me say “Hell yeah”!  It also reminded me that I hadn’t done […]

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  5. When I saw the bacon wrapped black pudding title I wondered who could that be! Wonderful!

    Reply

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