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FlattedFifth

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Blood Pudding - How to cook? Thu, 12/22/05 9:36 PM (permalink)
Hey all,

It seems I have a problem when it comes cured meats or sausages; I can't pass on buying when I stumble across a new one. Generally I know what to do with them, but the blood pudding I bought yesterday has me stumped.

How do I cook it?

I've been looking around the Internet, and I'm left with more questions. To skin it or not to. Boil, grill, fry? If I take the casing off won't it fall apart? I've eaten it a long time ago and remember enjoying it, but cooking has me thrown off.

Any and all sugestions would be greatly appreciated.
 
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    Michael Hoffman

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    RE: Blood Pudding - How to cook? Thu, 12/22/05 9:58 PM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by FlattedFifth

    Hey all,

    It seems I have a problem when it comes cured meats or sausages; I can't pass on buying when I stumble across a new one. Generally I know what to do with them, but the blood pudding I bought yesterday has me stumped.

    How do I cook it?

    I've been looking around the Internet, and I'm left with more questions. To skin it or not to. Boil, grill, fry? If I take the casing off won't it fall apart? I've eaten it a long time ago and remember enjoying it, but cooking has me thrown off.

    Any and all susgestions would be greatly appreciated.

    As I understand it, blood pudding is already cooked. If you wish you can heat it by steaming, frying or baking. But it's not necessary.
     
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      FlattedFifth

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      • Location: New York, NY
      RE: Blood Pudding - How to cook? Mon, 12/26/05 8:11 PM (permalink)
      Thanks. I tried it, and I HATED it. Oh well.
       
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