clonakilty blackpudding recipes

Eggcellent Easter Recipe Inspiration

It’s Easter and while we’re sure you are all tucking into some delicious chocolate eggs and treats courtesy of the Easter Bunny we thought we might tempt you with some delicious meals and snacks ideas for the whole family from Clonakilty. With the kids off school you might even have a few extra helping hands too.

Wishing everyone a very Happy Easter from all of us at Clonakilty Food Co.

Green Salad with Clonakilty Blackpudding

This green salad is a great lunch or even brunch to balance the consumption of chocolate over the Easter Holidays!

The combination of flavours works great together to make a salad that stands out from the rest with toasted hazelnuts, fresh herbs, a boiled egg, homemade buttermilk dressing and of course a sprinkle of Clonakilty Blackpudding on top.

Click here for this Green Salad recipe

Clonakilty Scotch Egg

Scotch eggs are perfect for a light lunch or snack to keep you going on a busy day. This recipe uses Clonakilty Veggie Pudding, a tasty meat alternative for any Vegetarians out there. Our Whitepudding & Blackpudding are also a great addition to a scotch egg, and if you’re not feeling that you can always go with a simple scotch egg using our Clonakilty sausages.

Click here to try out the scotch egg recipe

Clonakilty Blackpudding Croutes with Avo and Egg

These delightful snacks can be served to the family as a canape before Easter Dinner or just a simple lunch option that’s easy to make especially if you have little kids running around.

Click here for the avocado toast recipe

Lamb Koftas

Not your traditional Easter Sunday dinner but with the weather improving it might be time to start cleaning down the barbeques and starting them up to make these irresistible lamb koftas infused with Clonakilty Blackpudding. Simple to make and one the whole family is sure to love.

Click here to try these delicious lamb Koftas

Eggcellent Easter Recipe Inspiration

clonakilty blackpudding recipes

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