Fully flavoured, our white pudding is a take on a Hogs Pudding.(4)
Oats, smoked bacon, pork fat, fresh red onion, cumin and spices come together in this flavoursome and highly popular white pudding. Many of our national stockists take our white pudding including the prestigious Fortnum and Mason in Piccadilly.
Fruit Pig's white pudding is like no white pudding out there. Cut slices in half and place next to half slices of our black pudding and hey presto! Yin-yang (ish) breakfast. One customer spreads our freshly cooked white pudding on toast!
To cook: Remove outer skin, grill or fry both sides to 'crozzle' making sure the inside is piping hot.
White pudding is a revelation
Didn't know white pudding was a thing until we tried in the selection pack. It's really very, very good.
Like every Fruit Pig product that I've sampled, this is exceptional; no ordinary white pudding this. In every sense this is a magisterial pudding - full of flavour and a wonderful texture.
The wee beastie
Despite my Scottish heritage I am only fairly new to the joys of a white dag. I started out with Howie's of Auchterarder white pud - it was good, but after having found Fruitpig's black on a trip to Norfolk I took a chance on three full chubbs of white from Matt and Grant. And I was very pleasantly surprised when I sliced open that first one - I like the herbiness and the gentle spiced flavas, and the fat that sits in the end of the chubb is just waiting to spread its unctuousness across my lips. Cooked to a nice brown crisp on each side for texture and served with a fried egg - happy days. But then I got a little snackish one day and partook of a slice of cold (it has been cooked through already, there is no requirement to cook a white dag or a black dag once in your own kitchen). A little slather of one of my homemade ketchups - ahhh, it's what dreams are made of.
Love this, reminds of Scottish 'mealie pudding' Great flavour and texture, not like a lot of liquidy shop bought white puddings which are pretty tasteless. Just ordered some more!
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OATS (31%), pork fat (25%), dry-cured bacon (preservative E250) (25%), onions, water, salt, spices.
Our ingredient salt contains E535 anti-caking agent.
Typical values per 55g serving:
Energy - 900kJ, 215kcal
Fat - 17g
of which saturates - 5.7g
Cabohydrate - 12g
of which sugars - 0.5g
Protein - 4.5g
Salt - 0.44g
4 weeks in the fridge or 6 months wrapped in the freezer.
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Fruit Pig Company Limited: 6 Anglia Way, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire PE13 2TY.
Company Registration: 07220239
VAT No: 987 5380 60
Scrumptious and sumptuous, and the only one of its type available online in the UK.
THE real McCoy. If you've never tried it you can't say you've found the best.