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16 Richmond Thick Irish Recipe Sausages (frozen) @ Morrisons £1.50

£1.50 @ Morrisons
Bargain, lovely for making a sausage butty Normal price is about 2 quid or more Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Bargain, lovely for making a sausage butty

Normal price is about 2 quid or more
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#1
I do like a sausage butty! :)
#2
andy108uk
I do like a sausage butty! :)




Pitty all you get here then is Testicles and Eye Lids!:-D
#3
If you like these then you can get the thin variety in Poundland along with a pack of nice bacon.

half a dozen eggs and you have enogh for a fry up for the family for £3! Now thats cheap eating...:-D
#4
Richmond Sausages make the perfect accompaniment and integral ingredient to create a Sausage Hash / Pie. One of my favourite dishes and all time traditional recipes.
#5
Pity is mainly made of fat hardly any meat content
#6
Nothing wrong with these sausages. Very tasty!!
#7
bangin' bangers, hot
#8
16 fresh ones for £1.29 in netto from thursday :thumbsup:
#9
they may be tasty but they only contain 41% meat !

Ingredients
PORK (41%), WATER , PORK FAT (10%), RUSK , POTATO STARCH , SOYA PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, SALT , INGREDIENTS LESS THAN 1%: FLAVOURINGS, STABILISERS: DIPHOSPATES; GUAR GUM, ANTIOXIDANTS: VITAMIN C & E (E300 & E307), PRESERVATIVE: SODIUM METABISULPHITE, COLOUR: RED 2G., FILLED INTO NON UK BEEF CASINGS
#10
Yummy :-D
#11
41% "meat" and I wouldn't like to guess which bits:w00t: Here's some interesting reading. These sausages don't even meet the British minimum meat-content standards! That tasty tasty flavour is thanks to e-numbers 620-640.
#12
deanos
they may be tasty but they only contain 41% meat !

Ingredients
PORK (41%), WATER , PORK FAT (10%), RUSK , POTATO STARCH , SOYA PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, SALT , INGREDIENTS LESS THAN 1%: FLAVOURINGS, STABILISERS: DIPHOSPATES; GUAR GUM, ANTIOXIDANTS: VITAMIN C & E (E300 & E307), PRESERVATIVE: SODIUM METABISULPHITE, COLOUR: RED 2G., FILLED INTO NON UK BEEF CASINGS


rocket81
41% "meat" and I wouldn't like to guess which bits:w00t: Here's some interesting reading. These sausages don't even meet the British minimum meat-content standards! That tasty tasty flavour is thanks to e-numbers 620-640.


Who cares, they taste ace. Nowt wrong with a few E's either:thumbsup:
#13
They meet British minimum meat-content standards:

41% pork + 10% pork fat = 51% meat.

I make sausage at home and you find many posts that sausage only contain x% of meat some say 70% is not enough. To make a good sausage you need:
A: good quality meat & fat. usually 50/50 pork shoulder and pork belly
B: Rusk or breadcrumbs around 10%
C: water around 10% depending on the water content of the meat.
D: 10% spices, salt, pepper, sage etc..

A 100% meat sausage is called a burger. 70% is a good high quality one but you can make excellent sausage with only 50% meat if the ingredients are good.

but for £1.50 the richmond are ok i guess. i wouldn't eat them though :)

Make your own search google for sausagemaking. around £70 setup cost and away you go :)
#14
mike_c
They meet British minimum meat-content standards:

41% pork + 10% pork fat = 51% meat.

I make sausage at home and you find many posts that sausage only contain x% of meat some say 70% is not enough. To make a good sausage you need:
A: good quality meat & fat. usually 50/50 pork shoulder and pork belly
B: Rusk or breadcrumbs around 10%
C: water around 10% depending on the water content of the meat.
D: 10% spices, salt, pepper, sage etc..

A 100% meat sausage is called a burger. 70% is a good high quality one but you can make excellent sausage with only 50% meat if the ingredients are good.

but for £1.50 the richmond are ok i guess. i wouldn't eat them though :)

Make your own search google for sausagemaking. around £70 setup cost and away you go :)


I like your style
#15
deanos
they may be tasty but they only contain 41% meat !

Ingredients
PORK (41%), WATER , PORK FAT (10%), RUSK , POTATO STARCH , SOYA PROTEIN CONCENTRATE, SALT , INGREDIENTS LESS THAN 1%: FLAVOURINGS, STABILISERS: DIPHOSPATES; GUAR GUM, ANTIOXIDANTS: VITAMIN C & E (E300 & E307), PRESERVATIVE: SODIUM METABISULPHITE, COLOUR: RED 2G., FILLED INTO NON UK BEEF CASINGS


rocket81
41% "meat" and I wouldn't like to guess which bits:w00t: Here's some interesting reading. These sausages don't even meet the British minimum meat-content standards! That tasty tasty flavour is thanks to e-numbers 620-640.


41% meat???

u r right guys.,they should all watch this
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode...ing_Food_Meat/
#16
I'm not going to vote cold because of it, but I would never buy any sausages with less than about 85-90% meat - preferably higher. I think Tesco had some with 96% last time I looked. Proper yummy!:-D

Also, support your local butcher!:x

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