From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef
An Irish twist on the classic Oeufs en Cocotte. To make the eggs more exciting, experiment with another flavour addition - a little chopped cooked ham or Parma ham, diced cooked mushrooms, a few herbs or some sliced artichoke heart can all go into the base before you crack in the egg. For a really extravagant addition, add a drop or two of white truffle oil over the cream.
The perfect dish to impress friends with. The flavours work magically together. A dish not to be missed!!
This is my favourite burger recipe. Just the smell of them grilling drives my senses wild. The black pudding gives the perfect amount of fat to the burger and fantastic flavour, so there’s no need for extra salt and pepper. There are five optional toppings, which you can serve all at once if you like!
Rozanne Stevens shares this BBQ recipe that uses Clonakilty Blackpudding - go on, give it a try!
Oliver Kelleher serves up traditional boxty with black pudding.