Slice it Conway's
really tasty. I like to slice it long ways, not roundwards. Taste is great and goes brilliantly in a full English. I remove the case before cooking, no idea what it is, it might be plastic, but I want it off there before I cook.
Best Black Pudding
Great tasting Black Pudding that's wrapped up well and keeps for a long time in the fridge
Not much blood
Not enough blood. All added ingredients not really related to proper black pudding
A bit dry not as good as larger slices not as good flavour as other brands
Best Black Pudding ever. Full of flavour and not dry and rubbery like Bury Black Pudding. Use it as a replacement for sausage meat to make amazing scotch eggs.
OK but had nicer.
Tried this as Tesco don't do a standard traditional black pudding (there's this and a low fat option). It was ok but lacking in flavour .
I will never buy another black pudding again!! This is simply the best I have ever tasted.
Not like any black pudding I've previously tried. This one is sugary and unsubstantial. I'll not bother with it again. It beats me why Tesco can't just sell old-fashioned black pudding that hasn't been mucked about with some fancy recipe.
Nothing like Bury Black Pudding!! I LOVE IT!!
If you like English Black pudding, like Bury Black pudding with hard fatty lumps in it, then don't buy it, You'll probably hate it. But as I hate Bury and most English Black puddings, I think this is very nice as is most of the Scottish Blackpudding available I have found. I find it's best to stick it in the oven after thickly slicing it up at 170°c fan for 24 mins or so. This is about 1/3 as wide as a normal black pudding which is why it's called a "wee black pudding". It works well in a breakfast or in a roll with egg and or bacon. It's also nice dipped in tempura batter and fried as a starter with a spicy dip.