Fruit pudding

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Fruit pudding
Scottish breakfast pack.jpg
Scottish breakfast pack showing sliced discs of fruit pudding on the left
TypePudding
Place of originScotland
Main ingredientsOatmeal or wheat flour, beef suet, brown sugar, currants or sultanas, cinnamon

Fruit pudding is a Scottish dish which is a mixture of wheat or oatmeal flour or breadcrumbs, beef suet, brown sugar, currants or sultanas, salt and cinnamon, formed into the shape of a large sausage.[1][2][3]

Normally cut into slices and fried, it is an optional feature of the traditional Scottish breakfast.[4][5][2][6][7][8][9][10] Although served in this context as part of a savoury meal, its close relationship to clootie dumpling means it may also be served as a dessert.[2]

Many Scottish producers of sausage, sliced sausage, black pudding, white pudding and haggis also make fruit pudding.[11] It is not uncommon to find a "breakfast pack" consisting of sausage, sliced sausage, black pudding and fruit pudding on sale in Scottish shops.

In London, rock musician Alex Harvey purchased his Scottish breakfast supplies, including fruit pudding, from Fortnum and Mason.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Regan, Alex (March 12, 2018). "Does it matter how you put jam on a scone?" – via www.bbc.co.uk.
  2. ^ a b c McAlpine, Fraser. "10 Great British Bangers for Hot Dog Day". BBC America.
  3. ^ Andrews 2016, p. 71.
  4. ^ Scotney 2009, p. 101.
  5. ^ Prog, Jo Kendall2019-07-07T09:06:26Z. "Alan Reed on the importance of keeping your band well fed". Prog Magazine.
  6. ^ Dening 2012.
  7. ^ Maw Broon's Cookbook. Waverley Books. 18 October 2007. p. 18. ISBN 978-1-902407-45-6.
  8. ^ Mason, Laura (2004). Food culture in Great Britain. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press. p. 136. ISBN 9780313327988.
  9. ^ "The Full English". Memphis Flyer.
  10. ^ Porter, Darwin (1986). Scotland and Wales on $35 a Day. Scotland: Frommer/Pasmantier. p. 316.
  11. ^ Donnelly 2013.
  12. ^ Munro 2011, p. 71.

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