AN AMERICAN lady has sparked a foodstuff debate on social media soon after getting a sq. sausage and black pudding creation.
TikTok consumer Hayley, recognized on the platform as ‘haysfordays’, fell in really like with Scottish cuisine following shifting below 10 many years ago.
She informed her 26,400 followers she’s generally beloved sq. sausage and black pudding as scorching roll fillings – but are unable to take care of the two at when.
So she was delighted to discover the two food items combined in a single at her area butchers – Saunderson’s inBruntsfield, Edinburgh.
Her clip cooking up the snack – a wedge of black pudding within the square sausage. – has now long gone viral with additional than 320,000 sights, but supporters are torn on the name.
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In the TikTok online video, Hayley reported: “Suitable I eventually uncovered it, in my 10 yrs below I have under no circumstances seen this nor even read of it.
“So it is Scotland’s iconic sausage whatever you simply call it – Lorne, slice, sq., square slice – with a b it of black pudding in the middle.
“Saunderson’s phone calls it black and slicing.
“I love each black pudding and square sausage but to have them the two alongside one another on a roll as a doubler is as well significantly food for me.
“It was essentially delightful, 10/10.”
Identify THAT SNACK
The viral write-up has sparked a mass debate about the ideal identify for the take care of – with black eye, black coronary heart, bullseye and the Clyde Tunnel sausage all contenders.
But followers are all agreed on how mouth watering it appears to be like.
A person gushed: “I have never ever found this before in my lifetime and actually, recreation changer.”
A different additional: “I imagined Lorne was excellent, but Lorne with black pudding. Oh which is heaven.”
In the meantime, a 3rd admitted: “I’m from Glasgow and can actually say I have in no way heard of this. I enjoy black pudding and square sausage, want to attempt.”
In other viral meals information, a Dundee takeaway has made an outstanding Friday breakfast treat – chips, cheese, haggis and peppercorn sauce.
Luggy’s like to share their unusual and amazing combinations on social media and this a single has a extremely Scottish twist.
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