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8 thick Irish pork sausages - only 50p at Morrisons in store!

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Just did the weekly shop today at Morrisons in Parkgate, Rotherham and they had packs of 8 fresh sausages for 50p! Advertised as for BBQs but they are OK to freeze so can pick up a few packs. Great pr…
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Just did the weekly shop today at Morrisons in Parkgate, Rotherham and they had packs of 8 fresh sausages for 50p! Advertised as for BBQs but they are OK to freeze so can pick up a few packs. Great price I thought.
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#1
Do they come burnt round the outside and uncooked in the middle?
#2
thick Irish pork sausages

or

Irish thick pork sausages?
1 Like #3
Had some tonight. They're not bad.
#4
I got a pack as when the whole family has sausage, there is always a couple short for the 2nd meal when I get a bag of 20 frozen of the same variety. Anyway, both frozen and fresh are from Morrisons, both Irish recipe but the frozen ones are much thicker and tastier. The 50p ones shrivel up to nothing.
#5
Got to say they were a hit today at my barbecue, didnt mention how much they cost but everyone wanted to know what sausages they were as they were so tasty! :thumbsup:
#6
I have tasted some extremely lovely sausage from a BBQ but it is the atmosphere, coals and the chef that makes them so nice. At home, they are just sausage!
#7
Check the meat contact on the back of the pack..............

Rick
#8
Ears, snouts and trotters taste lovely lol
#9
RickT
Check the meat contact on the back of the pack..............

Rick


Nah, they haven't had any contact with meat.
#10
got these twice, the first time they were AMAZING. the second time (this weekend), they were smaller and didn't taste as good. That said, i cannot really remember WHAT they tasted like :P
banned#11
RickT;5485893
Check the meat contact on the back of the pack..............

Rick

dont you mean MRM slurry ;-)
banned#12
Cheap sauages - Shouldn't they be mostly meat?
Not necessarily. By law, sausages need contain only a minimum of 40 per cent meat, but "pork" can constitute up to 30 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue and still be described as meat. Connective tissue can be fat, skin and gristle. Sausages can also contain pork cheek and jowl, home to the pituitary glands, where drug residue and disease are concentrated. Beef and lamb meat can contain up to 25 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue. MRM cannot be labelled as part of the meat content.
What are the skins made of?
Cheap sausages use artificial collagen (from cows' feet) and plastic. Real sausages use pork intestine for bangers and lamb intestine for chipolatas.
#13
Dont bother with these.

Had some at weekend, and as soon as they hit the BBQ they spewed out fat, which ignited and incinerated the rest of the food! Cheap sausages are full of fillers and fat, pay a bit more and get some good quality ones.

1 pack of 50p sausages on my BBQ incinerated £8 worth of other food!:x
#14
csiman
Cheap sauages - Shouldn't they be mostly meat?
Not necessarily. By law, sausages need contain only a minimum of 40 per cent meat, but "pork" can constitute up to 30 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue and still be described as meat. Connective tissue can be fat, skin and gristle. Sausages can also contain pork cheek and jowl, home to the pituitary glands, where drug residue and disease are concentrated. Beef and lamb meat can contain up to 25 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue. MRM cannot be labelled as part of the meat content.
What are the skins made of?
Cheap sausages use artificial collagen (from cows' feet) and plastic. Real sausages use pork intestine for bangers and lamb intestine for chipolatas.


that's really interesting. only 40% meat of which up to 55% can be fat, eyeballs, tendons and cartilage? is that 18% "real meat" then? lovely.

what is that drug residue and disease thing all about?
#15
csiman
Cheap sauages - Shouldn't they be mostly meat?
Not necessarily. By law, sausages need contain only a minimum of 40 per cent meat, but "pork" can constitute up to 30 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue and still be described as meat. Connective tissue can be fat, skin and gristle. Sausages can also contain pork cheek and jowl, home to the pituitary glands, where drug residue and disease are concentrated. Beef and lamb meat can contain up to 25 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue. MRM cannot be labelled as part of the meat content.
What are the skins made of?
Cheap sausages use artificial collagen (from cows' feet) and plastic. Real sausages use pork intestine for bangers and lamb intestine for chipolatas.


so there:)
#16
shadowman40
Dont bother with these.

Had some at weekend, and as soon as they hit the BBQ they spewed out fat, which ignited and incinerated the rest of the food! Cheap sausages are full of fillers and fat, pay a bit more and get some good quality ones.

1 pack of 50p sausages on my BBQ incinerated £8 worth of other food!:x


you must have had the BBQ too hot then (or not ready to cook on) .. as I cooked a BBQ for 5 this weekend including a pack of these and these were fine and didn't release much fat.

they do have a high LTA count, but don't let tha put you off - they are tasty :thumbsup:
#17
Had some of these on the BBQ at the weekend, was quite nice
#18
csiman

[B]What are the skins made of?

Cheap sausages use artificial collagen (from cows' feet) and plastic. Real sausages use pork intestine for bangers and lamb intestine for chipolatas.


Not quite. Manufactured sausage casings are made from collagen, which are made from cow hides. There is no plastic - it would certainly smell funny after cooking if they were!

Natural casings are obviously the best, but to be honest, nothing wrong with collagen. Natural casings are expensive - you are unlikely to get a 'cheap' sausage in a natural casing.
#19
csiman
Cheap sauages - Shouldn't they be mostly meat?
Not necessarily. By law, sausages need contain only a minimum of 40 per cent meat, but "pork" can constitute up to 30 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue and still be described as meat. Connective tissue can be fat, skin and gristle. Sausages can also contain pork cheek and jowl, home to the pituitary glands, where drug residue and disease are concentrated. Beef and lamb meat can contain up to 25 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue. MRM cannot be labelled as part of the meat content.
What are the skins made of?
Cheap sausages use artificial collagen (from cows' feet) and plastic. Real sausages use pork intestine for bangers and lamb intestine for chipolatas.


sounds offal
:-D
#20
I had some friday, but then gave them to the cat :w00t:
#21
philmitchell
I had some friday, but then gave them to the cat :w00t:


Your cat eats sausages?

Or did he/she just leave them in the dish in protest?
#22
What are the best sausages to get are they the ones with the most meat content ?
#23
Am I the only person on HUKD who didn't have/wasn't invited to a BBQ at the weekend? Feel proper left out now.
#24
shadowman40
Dont bother with these.

Had some at weekend, and as soon as they hit the BBQ they spewed out fat, which ignited and incinerated the rest of the food! Cheap sausages are full of fillers and fat, pay a bit more and get some good quality ones.

1 pack of 50p sausages on my BBQ incinerated £8 worth of other food!:x


i dont mean to laugh but i did quite heartily thats a ruddy shame :giggle::giggle:
#25
I wouldn't feed these cheap sausages to a dog, never mind my family! Life is too short (and good health too precious) to eat fat-filled garbage - they are essentially a waste-product of the meat-processing industry.
#26
csiman
Cheap sauages - Shouldn't they be mostly meat?
Not necessarily. By law, sausages need contain only a minimum of 40 per cent meat, but "pork" can constitute up to 30 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue and still be described as meat. Connective tissue can be fat, skin and gristle. Sausages can also contain pork cheek and jowl, home to the pituitary glands, where drug residue and disease are concentrated. Beef and lamb meat can contain up to 25 per cent fat and 25 per cent connective tissue. MRM cannot be labelled as part of the meat content.
What are the skins made of?
Cheap sausages use artificial collagen (from cows' feet) and plastic. Real sausages use pork intestine for bangers and lamb intestine for chipolatas.

So that's why they're so delicious!
#27
Firemountain
i dont mean to laugh but i did quite heartily thats a ruddy shame :giggle::giggle:


It was a shame, and I didnt even bring the sausages ! My steak was so well done you could have used it as a cricket bat!:x

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