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While traditionally served as part of a breakfast, the Clonakilty range can also be a special addition to enhance any starter, salad or main course. Here are a few of our favorite Clonakilty recipes.

Clonakilty Blackpudding stackers

If you’re searching for a solution to get a quick, delicious meal on the table tonight, look no further! The Clonakilty Blackpudding stackers not only taste amazing, but they look great too! The fabulous array of flavours and ingredients in this recipe makes a stunning…

Whitepudding migas

Why not try this Spanish dish with an Irish twist. This brunch of Clonakilty Whitepudding, chorizo, bacon, and bread is pan fried with soft baked eggs. The fabulous mix of flavours from the grapes and the chorizo creates a mouth-watering breakfast you simply have to…

Clonakilty Black and White pudding meatballs

This recipe is an absolute must-try. Far more interesting than your standard meatball, these Clonakilty inspired meatballs go down extremely well on a winter’s evening or a summer’s afternoon. You can please everyone with this stunning recipe as it can be served with anything from…

Clonakilty Blackpudding, crab, apple puree and pancetta salad

Combining the creaminess of the crab, the crunch of the pancetta and the spice of the Blackpudding, this fabulous salad brings together a sprinkle of the sea and a dash of Clonakilty! This unique salad is bursting with flavour and is a perfect lunch for…

Clonakilty Blackpudding pizza

One of our favourites, the Clonakilty Blackpudding pizza is a real treat and is so easy to prepare. You can play around with as many different toppings as you like so it’s easy to satisfy everyone. Why not have some fun and get the whole…

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