Good u please tell me how to make hogs pudding fritter
Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.
This is a tough dish to track down! It's some kind of a sausage fritter, correct?
Diana B is a trusted home cook.
Hog's pudding, according to Wikipedia, is a sort of sausage or haggis made in Cornwall, England, so if you aren't in the UK, I doubt you're going to be able to make an authentic hog's pudding fritter. If you Google "sausage fritter," however, you can find a lot of tasty-looking recipes that might fit the bill.
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Wait... she puts *what* in it?!
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