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    Black pudding = bloodpalt = blood pudding This recipe does not include instructions for making Bloodpalt. Add salt to taste Depending the size of onions and your own taste you can use 1 or 2 onions Instead of smoked ham you can use bacon

    Recipe #434225

    Depending on your own taste add less or more garlic and birds eye chili. You may make it less thick by adding more water. Serve with cooked rice or e.g. with avocado salad.

    Recipe #417691

    Depending on your own taste add less or more garlic and red chili. You may use 5% or 10% instead of 15% cream. Serve with pasta and white bread.

    Recipe #417684

    1 Reviews |  By SQRT(3)

    Actually the original name proposal was indianish porky potatoy beard-yogurt soupy stew. Beard yogurt refers to a Turkish yogurt brand. There is a bearded man on the label :-) The original recipe calls for Turkish yogurt (10% fat) can also use Greek yogurt or sour cream. You may add all the beans to the stew at early stage, then beans will go to mush. If you want to have whole beans in the stew you can add half at early stage and add the rest later.

    Recipe #417036

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