Black Pudding, Cheesy Toasty, Eggs and Salad

AuthorMarinaCategoryBreakfast Ideas, Eggs, Quick and EasyDifficultyBeginner

I love this one, as it has everything I love about breakie - grilled cheese on toast with yummy relish, runny egg porn, earthy black pudding for protein, zinc and iron and salad for your vitamins and fiber to keep thing running in your body. I guess it looks a bit unconventional, but I love eggs both on my pudding and on my toastie!!!😂

With me making my coffee first (very important!) it was under 15 min to plating.

Black Pudding Disclaimer: It is delicious and nutritious. Some call it a superfood. However experts say you shouldn't eat it too often as it does contain a lot of fat, salt and calories. So as I always try to do - everything in moderation. Enjoy it responsibly!

Yields-2 Servings
Total Time15 mins

 2 Slices of Bread. Rye, Multigrain, Wholemeal
 Softened Butter
 Your favorite spread - relish, sauce, pate, vegimite
 Good Quality Ham - optional
 Cheddar Cheese for griling
 4 Free Range Eggs
 1 Black Pudding, peeled and sliced lengthways
 Semi Dried Tomatoes
 Salady Stuff. I use Kaleslaw salad mix from Coles, Rocket, Tomatoes.

1

Put bread (I was using pumpkin, and caramelised onion bread from Abbott Bakery from Coles- pretty delicious!!) in the toaster and put non stick pan on medium heat.

2

Peel black pudding from it’s casing and cut in half lengthways. Put on by now heated pan.
I usually just grab one from Coles Deli, but when to the market, always try to get some from the butcher.

3

Start assembling your salad. I use Coles “Kaleslaw salad mix”. It’s a savior! Add whatever you have in your fridge/pantry. I just put quarter of tomato on each plate (only had 1/2 in the fridge) and some chopped up semi dried tomatoes. The salad mix comes with yummy yogurt dressing in it, so you can use that or why not use flavoured oil from semi dried tomatoes like I did.

4

Toast would have popped up now. Butter it with soft butter and whatever you desire: vegimite, pâté, relish, anything you have in the fridge. I used “Lana’s Garden” rhubarb meat relish which is delish. I’ll write on it in a separate post.

I had ham off the bone so I added that to my toastie, topped with semi dried tomatoes and generously with cheese.

Put in under the grill. Not too close to it, don’t burn it! (I didn’t too many times to mention!)

5

Now turn your pudding and crack eggs gently around. You can poach if you want but this is quicker, easier and less washing up plus eggs are still runny. To speed up cooking you can cover pan with the lid, but keep any eye on it, don’t over cook it, if you want your runny yolk food porn in the morning. Also with Black Pudding, you want it cooked, but still soft inside.
I use non stick pan, so no oil needed. Eggs cook wonderfully in it. You can move your black pudding around before cracking eggs to give them extra flavour. Also washing up is a breeze!

6

So a min or two later, take out perfectly grilled toastie, and put on your plates next to salad.

7

Side it with black pudding and top with those sexy eggs.

Crack of pepper, maybe a bit of that relish you used and I guarantee not only you and your breakfast partner will love it, you will not be going through your draws at work at 11am for muesli bars to keep you going till lunch break.

Enjoy and do comment your thoughts and feedback if you cooked it.

Cheers, Marina 💋

Ingredients

 2 Slices of Bread. Rye, Multigrain, Wholemeal
 Softened Butter
 Your favorite spread - relish, sauce, pate, vegimite
 Good Quality Ham - optional
 Cheddar Cheese for griling
 4 Free Range Eggs
 1 Black Pudding, peeled and sliced lengthways
 Semi Dried Tomatoes
 Salady Stuff. I use Kaleslaw salad mix from Coles, Rocket, Tomatoes.

Directions

1

Put bread (I was using pumpkin, and caramelised onion bread from Abbott Bakery from Coles- pretty delicious!!) in the toaster and put non stick pan on medium heat.

2

Peel black pudding from it’s casing and cut in half lengthways. Put on by now heated pan.
I usually just grab one from Coles Deli, but when to the market, always try to get some from the butcher.

3

Start assembling your salad. I use Coles “Kaleslaw salad mix”. It’s a savior! Add whatever you have in your fridge/pantry. I just put quarter of tomato on each plate (only had 1/2 in the fridge) and some chopped up semi dried tomatoes. The salad mix comes with yummy yogurt dressing in it, so you can use that or why not use flavoured oil from semi dried tomatoes like I did.

4

Toast would have popped up now. Butter it with soft butter and whatever you desire: vegimite, pâté, relish, anything you have in the fridge. I used “Lana’s Garden” rhubarb meat relish which is delish. I’ll write on it in a separate post.

I had ham off the bone so I added that to my toastie, topped with semi dried tomatoes and generously with cheese.

Put in under the grill. Not too close to it, don’t burn it! (I didn’t too many times to mention!)

5

Now turn your pudding and crack eggs gently around. You can poach if you want but this is quicker, easier and less washing up plus eggs are still runny. To speed up cooking you can cover pan with the lid, but keep any eye on it, don’t over cook it, if you want your runny yolk food porn in the morning. Also with Black Pudding, you want it cooked, but still soft inside.
I use non stick pan, so no oil needed. Eggs cook wonderfully in it. You can move your black pudding around before cracking eggs to give them extra flavour. Also washing up is a breeze!

6

So a min or two later, take out perfectly grilled toastie, and put on your plates next to salad.

7

Side it with black pudding and top with those sexy eggs.

Crack of pepper, maybe a bit of that relish you used and I guarantee not only you and your breakfast partner will love it, you will not be going through your draws at work at 11am for muesli bars to keep you going till lunch break.

Enjoy and do comment your thoughts and feedback if you cooked it.

Cheers, Marina 💋

Breakfast: Black Pudding, Cheesy Toasty, Eggs and Salad
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