Groaty pudding

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Groaty pudding
Alternative names Groaty Dick
Type Pudding
Place of origin United Kingdom
Region or state Black Country
Main ingredients Groats, beef, leeks, onion and beef stock
Cookbook: Groaty pudding  Media: Groaty pudding

Groaty pudding (also known as Groaty Dick) is a traditional dish from the Black Country in England. It is made from soaked groats, beef, leeks, onion and beef stock which are baked together at a moderate temperature of approximately 150 °C (302 °F) for up to 16 hours. In the Black Country it is traditional to eat groaty pudding on Guy Fawkes Night.[1]

It is mentioned as a local staple by Samuel Jackson Pratt in 1805.[2]

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