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15 Extra special pork sausages £2.00 @Asda

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Ingredients

Pork (80%) , Water , Breadcrumbs [Wheat Flour, Salt, Yeast] , Parsley , Salt , Preservative (Sodium Sulphite) , Herbs [Sage, Parsley] , Stabiliser (Diphosphates) , Antioxidant (Ascorbic Acid) , Spice Extracts [Pepper, Nutmeg, Coriander] , Sage Extract , Sausage Casing [Pork Protein] .
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Allergy Advice

Dietary Information
Contains Gluten. Contains Wheat. Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites.

Additives
Free From Artificial Colours. Free From Artificial Flavours.

Cooking Guidelines
Cooking Instructions - General: We have given you these cooking instructions as a guide only. Remove all packaging. Check product is piping hot before serving. Do not re-heat.
Grill - From Chilled/Ambient: Place under a pre-heated grill. Grill on a medium heat for 12-15 minutes. Turn regularly.
Shallow Fry - From Chilled/Ambient: Pre-heat a little oil in a frying pan. Fry on a medium heat for 12-15 minutes. Turning frequently.

Storage
Keep refrigerated. Once opened consume within 24 hours. Do not exceed the Use By date. Suitable for freezing. Freeze on day of purchase and consume within one month. Defrost thoroughly before cooking. Once defrosted, do not re-freeze.

Packaging
Sleeve
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#1
Looks a hot deal to me.
#2
I love sausages
#3
"extra special"

Hmmmmm?

Errr what IS EXTRA SPECIAL?

Extra what and is it all a load of old "Porkies"???

Purrrrrrrr
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#4
Were these not £3 a few weeks back?
#5
Extra Sulphur Dioxide!

OXO.
#6
80% pork! Wow, pretty sweet. Shame they're Asda own brand, though.
#7
that is cheap pork! (although I'm cheaper - hic!)
banned#8
:D I like to eat pork.
#9
grim sausages and yes i have tried them.....unfortunately


Edited By: royals on Nov 03, 2010 02:37: e
#10
Have to agree with royals, they really aren't nice :(
#11
80 percent, hmm, all about Debbie and Andrews perfectly port sausages in this house, 99 percent pork, 1 percent balsamic vinegar...

Lovely!
#12
sanni159
:D I like to eat pork.


really? do you like to be porked too? lol
#13
psd99
sanni159
:D I like to eat pork.


really? do you like to be porked too? lol


What about your pork in cider?
#14
These are really nice!
#15
Wow I paid this for 6 sausages yesterday. Bargain.
#16
fatreg
80 percent, hmm, all about Debbie and Andrews perfectly port sausages in this house, 99 percent pork, 1 percent balsamic vinegar...

Lovely!


WOW!

You must be proud. You have simply the poshest sausages in your house. Hurrah and Jolly Good!
1 Like #17
fatreg
80 percent, hmm, all about Debbie and Andrews perfectly port sausages in this house, 99 percent pork, 1 percent balsamic vinegar...

Lovely!


You can't have much higher meat percentages than 80% in sausages (unless it's a pepperami type thing). 99% is just ridiculous if it was that high it would be disgusting and unpalatable.

95-97% sausages do exist I think but are usually for people with allergies or intolerance to wheat, gluten, dairy etc.
I have eaten them before but they tend to be hard and dry, the majority of people prefer a juicy sausage.

Debbie and Andrews sausages are pretty good except the kiddies ones which are synthetic and like mush.
Very cleverly marketed though, a family of sausage makers... Seriously though, to produce sausages on the scale they do they must have employees in their hundreds. It's not Debbie and Andrew kissing every pig as it's portrayed ;)


Edited By: RoBad on Nov 03, 2010 15:44: spelling
#18
Gotta agree, I used to think the higher the meat content the better but there is a point where it's not quite right.
1 Like #19
You need the other stuff for flavour and texture. The indicators of a good sausage are:

* Meat content 65%+ (does not include pork fat)
* Pork content 80% + (includes lean pork and pork fat)
* Coarse cut meat (nothing to hide)
* Expensive natural skins (skins made from either pigs or sheep intestines)
#20
fatreg
80 percent, hmm, all about Debbie and Andrews perfectly port sausages in this house, 99 percent pork, 1 percent balsamic vinegar...Lovely!

Actually they are 97% and all shoulder meat 8) I do buy them because of this, but they don't taste as good as 85% ish ones.
#21
RoBad
fatreg
80 percent, hmm, all about Debbie and Andrews perfectly port sausages in this house, 99 percent pork, 1 percent balsamic vinegar...

Lovely!


You can't have much higher meat percentages than 80% in sausages (unless it's a pepperami type thing). 99% is just ridiculous if it was that high it would be disgusting and unpalatable.

95-97% sausages do exist I think but are usually for people with allergies or intolerance to wheat, gluten, dairy etc.
I have eaten them before but they tend to be hard and dry, the majority of people prefer a juicy sausage.

Debbie and Andrews sausages are pretty good except the kiddies ones which are synthetic and like mush.
Very cleverly marketed though, a family of sausage makers... Seriously though, to produce sausages on the scale they do they must have employees in their hundreds. It's not Debbie and Andrew kissing every pig as it's portrayed ;)



Spot on.
#22
Once you hit past the 90% mark, surely it just tastes like white pudding. And if that's the case, steer well clear. It's so porky in taste it's completely unpalatable!
#23
Better than the vile Richmond sausage offer posted yesterday. (I still feel sick after reading that)

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