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Clonakilty Black Pudding

Clonakilty "Hot Dawg"


One of our favourite recipes for using our Clonakilty Traditional Sausages in, the humble but incredibly moreish Hot Dawg!

It's not really a recipe but more a quick fix for hunger pangs and a welcome addition to any BBQ, Irish or proper when the sun does actually come out!

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  • 1 Packet of Clonakilty Traditional Irish Pork Sausages (6 sausages in a packet)
  • Some really good quality bread
  • we love Arbutus Bread from Cork which is available in the English Market in Cork City.
  • Some Irish Onions
  • Irish Rapeseed Oil
  • Salt and Pepper
  • and whatever condiments you like to put on your Hot Dawg
  • we think that you can't go wrong with American style mustard and ketchup!


Level of difficulty Average
Cooking time 15mins
Cost Average budget


Step 1

Light a BBQ and get yourself a cool drink, if it's a scorcher of a day.

Take your Clonakilty Traditional Irish Pork Sausages to the BBQ and cook slowly over a medium heat.

***Top Tip*** Pre-cook your sausages in boiling water for a few minutes to ensure they are fully cooked on the BBQ but not char-coaled on the outside.

Finely Slice your onions and cook with a little rapeseed oil, salt and pepper over a medium heat and cook until translucent.

Cut open your chosen bread with enough room for all that is about to go into it.

Fill with a layer of the beautifully caramelised onions, top with a succulent BBQ'd Clonakilty Traditional Irish Sausage and cover with as much or as little sauce as you like!

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