Stornoway black pudding

  • As Noted In: Protected Geographical Indication, European Commission

Stornoway Black Pudding is a black pudding from the Western Isles of Scotland. The Protected Geographical Indicator of Origin (PGI) sausage is made on the Isle of Lewis and the surrounding Stornoway Trust area from beef suet, blood, oatmeal and onion. - AsNotedIn

They are moist and firm in texture, with discernible, yet small, fat particulates. The Scottish oatmeal used in Stornoway Black Puddings is responsible for its good, rough texture. Stornoway Black Puddings may be cooked in, or out of the skin, they maintain their shape well throughout the cooking process. Once cooked, they appear almost black and break apart very easily when cut, yet do not significantly crumble. The meaty flavour is moist, rich, full, savoury, well seasoned-but not spicy-with a non-greasy, pleasant mouth and clean after taste feel. Protected Geographical Indicator of Origin application


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Food Type Cruor Sausage
Product Kind Food
Food Type Meat
Food Attribute Scottish Food
Food Category Victual

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