Simon Howie Black Pudding 200G

Simon Howie Black Pudding 200G
£ 1.50

Product Description

  • Wee Black Pudding
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  • A versatile ingredient, perfect with a wide range of dishes from breakfast to fine dining.
  • We've added a modern twist to our traditional black pudding recipe with caramelised apple and spices for a sweeter taste
  • and a softer texture. The pudding is easily sliced to your desired thickness and perfectly placed in a variety of dishes from
  • breakfast to fine dining.
  • Established in 1986.
  • "Findony Farm was owned by my great uncle during WW2. He too was the local butcher in Dunning and his shop was actually the same one that I began my business in, as a 19 year old, some 50 years later."
  • Great taste 2017
  • Food to cherish
  • Pack size: 200G



Water, Beef Fat (12%), Beef Suet (12%), Oatmeal, Rusk (Wheat Flour (contains Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamine), Salt, Raising Agent (Ammonium Bicarbonate)), Caramelised Apple (Water, Dehydrated Apple Flakes (contains Sodium Metabisulphite), Demerara Sugar, Spices (Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Five Spice, Nutmeg)), Dried Blood (4.9%), Oat Flakes, Dried Onion, Salt, Spices (Black Pepper, White Pepper, Cinnamon, Pimento), Stabiliser (Diphosphates), Pudding filled into an inedible synthetic casing

Allergy Information

  • Produced in a factory where other allergens are handled.


Keep refrigerated. Once opened use within 2 days, taking care not to exceed the use by date. If freezing, freeze on day of purchase and use within one month. Defrost thoroughly in a refrigerator before use and consume within 24 hours.This product may have been previously frozen and defrosted under controlled conditions.

Cooking Instructions

Cooking Instructions
Instructions: Important - This is a raw product and must be fully cooked prior to consumption.
Cut into approximately 10 slices. Remove outer casing before cooking.
If cooking thicker slices adjust time accordingly. Ensure food is piping hot throughout.
As all appliances may vary, these are guidelines only.
Do not reheat.

Instructions: Preheat grill to moderate heat. Lay slices of the black pudding onto a suitable tray and then cook under the grill. (Do not place directly under the heat source, allow approx. 10cm space). Grill for approximately 4-5 minutes, turning occasionally.

Shallow Fry
Instructions: Lightly oil a pan and bring to a medium heat, fry for 4-5 minutes, turning frequently.

Produce of

Made with UK Beef

Name and address

  • Freepost NATN661,
  • Simon Howie Foods,
  • Muckhart Road,
  • Dunning,
  • PH2 0BR.

Return to

  • Freepost NATN661,
  • Simon Howie Foods,
  • Muckhart Road,
  • Dunning,
  • PH2 0BR.
  • Telephone 01764 684 332

Net Contents



Typical Valuesper 100gper 20g
of which saturates10.5g2.1g
of which sugars0.6g0.1g
Fibre 1.8g0.3g

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30 Reviews

Average of 4.1 stars

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5 stars

Best black pudding I’ve ever had, delicious! 😋

No weight shown on packet.

3 stars

No weight shown on packet.

Tried this black pudding as the regular one we buy

5 stars

Tried this black pudding as the regular one we buy in Tesco was out of stock. Fried it as usual and really enjoyed the taste and texture. It's now on our weekly shopping list. Various feedback comments on here and I realise everyone's tastes are different, but well worth a punt in my opinion.

Avoid if you like Black Pudding

1 stars

This is the most awful black pudding I've ever had, if you like black pudding don't buy this, it tastes nothing like it.

Only ever tasted the other black pudding on offer,

5 stars

Only ever tasted the other black pudding on offer, hated it. Tried this one fabulous really tasteful, will always get this one. My son said it was equal to the one he has had in upmarket restaurants.

This is not black pudding!

2 stars

I come from the North of England this is NOT black pudding! It is very fragrant with cinnamon & mixed spice & has beef fat in it...should be pork blood & fat in a genuine black pudding. Maybe it should be called a sweet spice flavoured beef sausage instead?!

A New Breakfast Favourite. Mmmmm

5 stars

I bought this, only checking that it did not contain milk (I'm Lactose intolerant). Sliced it, fried it and ate it. Very moorish taste and lovely texture. My wife, who is from SE. Asia does not normally eat British Black Pudding, tasted it and snaffled what was left on my plate. Boo Hoo. As good as the Lancashire Black Puddings of my youth (more than half a centuary ago). I am much surprised that it is basically a beef product, not pork. Maybe that is the tradition North of the Border. I am not complaining, the taste, aromour and texture are the important things.

Perfume taste ....

2 stars

A very firm black pudding with a nice texture but has a perfume tangy taste to it which put me off - I wouldn’t buy it again

Not keen

3 stars

Not ever so keen, much prefer Mattesons on the delhi counter.

It's okay. . .

3 stars

It's okay. I looked at the ingredients. My understanding has always been that pig's blood was the basic foundation, not beef fat/suet. Still, I thought it would be interesting to try, and it is quite nice, pleasantly spicy (not sure where the apple comes in) and quite edible. But it's not what I understand as black pudding (or even blood pudding) and I'll probably go back to what I know and love.

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