Blood sausage is a sausage based on pig’s blood cooked with seasonings and other ingredients such as green onion, wrapped in tripe. It can be eaten cold as a starter or hot as part of a main dish, as in this case. In Argentina and other countries, it is usually incorporated into roasts along with other achuras such as chorizo, chinchulín or kidneys.
In this case, RecetasGratis brings you a black pudding croquettes recipe for which you will not need a grill. You can easily enjoy them at home baked. Discover how to make black pudding croquettes super rich with few and simple ingredients.
Ingredients to make black pudding croquettes:
How to make black pudding croquettes:
Wash and prick the potato to cook it with its skin in the microwave for 6 minutes. After that time, turn and cook for 6 more minutes.
Trick: If you do not have a microwave, cook it with its skin in boiling water until you feel that it is soft when you prick it. This way, it will absorb less water than if you peeled it and boiled it in cubes.
Careful not to burn you, peel the potato. If there is any piece of skin left, do not worry because you have previously washed it and there will be a more rustic puree. So, mash it with your fork or potato chip.
Trick: Avoid using the processor when working with potatoes, as you will get a chewy puree.
To start with the assembly of the croquettes, remove the tripe from the blood sausage and cut it into cubes. Also beat the egg with a little milk and prepare the breadcrumbs in another container. Make balls with the mashed potatoes and fill them with the blood sausage. Pass them by egg, then by breadcrumbs and repeat.
Trick: If you have celiac disease, you can replace the breadcrumbs with oatmeal without TACC or cornmeal. Keep in mind that the blood sausage is also without TACC.
Cook the black pudding croquettes in an oven-safe roasting pan with cooking spray for 15-20 minutes. Halfway through the time, try turning them so that they brown on all sides.
Wait for them to cool down a bit, serve your black pudding croquettes and enjoy as a starter or accompaniment to other dishes.
If you want to add other ingredients to this recipe, you can make the black pudding croquettes with cheese, add caramelized onion or peppers.
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With what to accompany the black pudding croquettes
These easy black pudding croquettes provide carbohydrates and proteins, so for your dish to be balanced, you should accompany them with vegetables. Any salad will be luxurious, for example, this roasted zucchini salad. Here we leave you other accompaniment options: