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British pronunciation/blˈak pˈʊdɪŋ/
American pronunciation/blˈæk pˈʊdɪŋ/
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a type of blood sausage made from cooked pork blood, fat, and various grains or fillers

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What is "black pudding"?

Black pudding, aptly named for its dark appearance, holds both historical and culinary significance. This unique sausage derives its distinctiveness from a combination of cooked pork blood, fat, and grains or fillers, resulting in a dense and rich texture. Its taste is often described as savory, earthy, and robust, with a depth of flavors brought about by the blood and spices used in its preparation. Black pudding's name signifies its traditional method of cooking, which involves simmering the ingredients until the blood congeals and the sausage turns dark. Despite its unconventional ingredients, black pudding has gained a devoted following for its unique taste and cultural heritage, making it a cherished component of various breakfast and regional dishes around the world.

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She added crumbled black pudding to her salad for an extra burst of flavor and texture.
The full English breakfast included a generous portion of black pudding alongside eggs, bacon, and beans.
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